Warner Bros has announced a plan to construct an ambitious aerial tramway to transport visitors to the Hollywood sign. According to the Los Angeles Times, the studio is expecting to pay an estimated $100m for the project. The proposal would see tourists taking a six-minute ride that starts next to their studio lot in Burbank before heading to a new visitors center by the sign, first erected in 1923. Ticket revenue would be split between Warner Bros and the city.
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