Passengers ride escalators to the main terminal from the North Train Loop at Sea-Tac Airport on May 2, 2014. Following an escalator collapse in Bellevue in December 2012, state officials established new rules governing elevator and escalator maintenance companies. But some escalators have gone years without being inspected, while others continue to have problems that haven't been fixed.
Passengers ride escalators to the main terminal from the North Train Loop at Sea-Tac Airport on May 2, 2014. Following an escalator collapse in Bellevue in December 2012, state officials established new rules governing elevator and escalator maintenance companies. But some escalators have gone years without being inspected, while others continue to have problems that haven't been fixed. Staff photographer
Passengers ride escalators to the main terminal from the North Train Loop at Sea-Tac Airport on May 2, 2014. Following an escalator collapse in Bellevue in December 2012, state officials established new rules governing elevator and escalator maintenance companies. But some escalators have gone years without being inspected, while others continue to have problems that haven't been fixed. Staff photographer

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June 28, 2014 5:00 PM

New Washington state escalator rules fall short, analysis finds

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