The Gondola Project’s Cable Car Team
Steven Dale is the Founding President of Creative Urban Projects Inc. (CUP Projects) and the original creator of The Gondola Project website. He is a planner, researcher and designer who specializes in Cable Propelled Transit systems and wrote the first literature review on the subject in the English-speaking world.
Steven has managed and developed projects around the globe; is frequently profiled in major media outlets; has co-published several peer reviewed journal articles; and travels constantly in order to help educate people about the unique value that cable transit systems can offer urban environments. He is a Cable-Propelled Transit (CPT) specialist with several years experience researching and consulting on the matter.
Steven’s a skilled and well-trained public speaker and would be happy to talk with your organization, company or group about CPT. For details on having Steven speak at your event or university; or if you’re an NGO, private practice or government agency and are interested in Cable-Propelled Transit, drop him a line.
You can reach him at steven(at)creativeurbanprojects(dot)com.
Want to learn more about how Steven initially started working on this idea? Click here.
Starting as a draftsman and apprentice, Tino is a 35 year veteran of the ropeway industry with experience in nearly every facet of the ropeway business.
Tino has led research efforts with major cable transit manufacturers to develop and implement cable car technologies targeted to the urban market. Nowadays, Tino spends most of his time on the road designing and commissioning new ropeway systems in developing markets. His work spans Europe, North America, South America, Asia and Africa.
Nicholas Chu is an urban planner with CUP. Nick has worked extensively on transport planning projects and feasibility studies in Canada and abroad. Throughout his academic and professional career, Nick has featured prominently in projects both with the private and public sectors.
He is one of the few planners in the world with an intimate understanding of cable transit technologies and is a regular contributor to CUP’s Gondola Project website. Nick is frequently invited to transportation planning conferences around the world to speak on the matter of cable transit systems in urban environments.
Nick is an honours graduate from the University of Waterloo’s School of Planning Program, specializing in Land Development Planning.
You can reach him at nick(at)creativeurbanprojects(dot)com.
Jonathan Brodie is a researcher and writer for the Gondola Project website. He possesses a passionate fascination with cable transit technologies and strives to educate readers through his dossier write-ups on innovative CPT systems. Jonathan is currently studying business at the University of Western Ontario and is a member of the Varsity Swimming Team.