28
Jun

2019

Weekly Roundup: Controversial Proposals and a Mexican Design Competition

Post by Gondola Project

Tanzania’s Mt. Kilimanjaro is a proposed site for a ropeway transportation system.
  • Leitner Ropeways and Doppelmayr are part of two different teams vying to design and build Mexico City’s new cable car system. The long-term vision for the Cablebúscable car system includes four lines to transport 117 million people a year. The current proposals are for the first line, which will cost about $150m and take about a year-and-a-half to build. The Gondola Project wrote about this system in February of this year- check out that post here.
  • The controversial Mount Kilimanjaro Cable Car in Tanzania continues to be in the news.  Get insights from Gondolas Project’s Steven Dale about putting a ropeway transportation system on Africa’s tallest mountain here.


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