THE URBAN CABLE TRANSPORT MAGAZINE

Egypt


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Algeria is not the only country in North Africa where the French cableway manu- facturer POMA implements its projects. The Egyptians, too, are increasingly co- ming to better understand their coun- try’s potential for urban cableways. The rst tourist gondola lift in Galala City is a good example.

POMA - Strong Partner to Africa’s Major Cableway Country


POMA - Strong Partner to Africa’s Major Cableway Country
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Like South America, Algeria, too, is an epicenter of urban mobility on rope. Urban cableways have been operating in this north-African country for years now. The establishment of the Algerian cableway company ETAC and the construction of numerous new cableways represents an important milestone.

UITP: Stockholm


“THE ART OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT” MAKE STOCKHOLM YOUR DESTINATION IN 2019
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With almost 130 years of history behind us, the UITP biennial Summit is a truly global occasion that remains the world’s biggest event dedicated to public transport and sustainable mobility. 

Burnaby (Vancouver)


University Soon to Hang on a Rope?
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The diesel buses serving Simon Fraser University (SFU) in Burnaby, Canada, are overloaded, inefficient and environmentally unfriendly. Two feasibility studies conducted over the past ten years recommended replacing the bus connection between the SkyTrain station and the campus atop Burnaby Mountain with a cable car.

La Paz


Growth for the largest urban cable car network in the world
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The world’s longest and most famous urban cableway network already consists of nine lines providing fast connection in the city. Since the launch of the first line in 2014, gondolas of various colors have become a part of the city skyline and a popular means of transport, as well as a city attraction.

Africa as growth market


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Africa is not seen as a promising market by many yet but success stories have been written here already.

 

What do the world’s cableway manufacturing market leader DOPPELMAYR, the access system expert SKIDATA, the Viennese transport company INTERCONT and the French cableway manufacturer POMA have in common? All of these European enterprises have achieved outstanding positions on the African market. Using different methods, they have all seized the immense market opportunities on the continent of the future.