Post by Nick Chu
One of the great things about blogging on the Gondola Project is that you never stop learning. And this time, thanks to one of our long time followers, Giorgio, we’ve been informed about another urban gondola that’s allegedly been in operations since 2007.
This system is called the Ankara-Keçiören Teleferik or simply the Keçiören Teleferik.
We’ve tried to do a quick google search on this system but due to time constraints and a language barrier, we’ve only been able to find out very little. What we do know is that the system is reportedly 1.6km in length, has a capacity of 1200 pph, and runs at a max speed of 5 m/s.
If anyone has anymore information about this CPT line, we would love to hear about it. In the meantime, here are some more pictures of the system in action.
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