THE URBAN CABLE TRANSPORT MAGAZINE

SI talks with Mariam Khalifeh about the Hackathon in Stockholm


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SI talks with Mariam Khalifeh about the Hackathon in Stockholm

Foto: Bjørn Christian Tørrissen/ CC BY-SA 3.0

To the Monastery by Cable Car


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According to competent Turkish authorities, the construction of a cable car in the district of Maçka located in the Black Sea province of Trabzon, should have launched in March of this year, but was deleyed to unforeseen circumstances.

 

 

Cable cars in urban environments


- with technology from SEW EURODRIVE
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When constructing cable cars, SEW‑EURODRIVE is repeatedly proposed as a reliable, experienced supplier of drive technology. Many customers rely on drives from this family firm, based in Bruchsal, Germany. In addition to a high level of quality and reliability, this is because the client also benefits from a strong international service network.

Future in the city


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The Austrian Society for Traffic and Transport Science (ÖVG) estimates that where suitable alternatives and a corresponding routing exist, urban cableways can support the paradigm shift away from motorized individual transport.

Kirkland (Seattle)


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Kirkland is an eastern suburb of Seattle. It is separated from the US metropolis by Lake Washington. The city has around 49,000 residents – and soon perhaps also a cable car.

Bonn


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Already three years ago, the German fede- ral city of Bonn commissioned a feasibility study for a cableway to the Venusberg hill. The result? A cableway between the Bonn University Clinic and the S-Bahn station Ramersdorf on the other bank of the Rhine is both technically feasible and sensible in terms of the city’s transport policy. While a comprehensive analysis is being performed, associations and citizens’ initiatives are quarreling about the project.