Friday, February 24, 2012
By Matt Roewe
The promise of an aerial gondola connecting the waterfront, Seattle Center, South Lake Union and Capitol Hill.
When we think of aerial gondolas and trams, ski resorts and carnival-like strings of pods hovering overhead at past world fairs usually come to mind. But what if a gondola took you to great urban destinations where people live, work, play and shop? What if these districts were served by other modes of transit? Could a gondola be a truly effective and self-sustaining transportation alternative that just happens to be energy-efficient and quiet?
Read the full article here, on citytank.org!
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