Post by Steven Dale
- Despite some controversy, Korea’s Environment Ministry has decided to allow 1 or 2 new cable cars/gondolas/aerial trams in many of its national parks.
- An editorial likes the idea of a cable car for Hobart, Tasmania while a 1,700 person-strong Facebook group lends their support. Why, incidentally, are so many cable car/gondola/aerial tram proposals coming out of that corner of the world so suddenly?
- Apparently the second of the two Funifor-style cabins has been launched for New York’s rebuilt Roosevelt Island Tram. With any luck, the system should be operational by the end of the year.
- The Christian Science Monitor discusses Medellin’s struggle in the face of renewed drug and gang violence.
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