24
Jan

2014

Weekly Roundup: New Urban Cable Car Proposal in Kiel, Germany

Post by Gondola Project

Kiel, Germany. Kieler Forde. Image by Flickr user Hendrik Hansen.

A quick look at some of the things that happened this week in the world of cable cars, urban gondolas, and cable propelled transit:

  • A group of students from the University of Fachhochschule Kiel has proposed an urban cable car in the German city of Kiel. Depending on the alignment, the system will travel 1.8-3.0km across the Kieler Förde. The projected ridership of cable lift is 500,000 per year and is expected to cost ~€18-20 million.
  • If you’re feeling hungry and a little charitable, then you may want to join in on the Peak2Peak’s Skyhigh dinner plans. Attendees will be treated to an unforgettable 6 course meal while taking in views picturesque views of Whister. Tickets start at $7500 per cabin for 10 persons.


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