Fast Company, February 25, 2022
Construction is expected to start this year on a new gondola line linking a Paris suburb to the city’s metro system. The electric-powered aerial service will reconnect locations separated by highways and a rail line and carry an estimated 11,000 passengers per day. In the U.S., the recent infrastructure bill may contribute to more serious consideration of urban gondolas as a public transit option. DMA’s Jason Westrope is quoted in this article on the topic.
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