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Ropeways New Routes

18 Dec, 2017

The first use of ropes to transport people was in China in the 16th century. In those days they had to use rope until steel cable was invented in 1834. People used these ropes to cross bodies of water, initially transferring themselves, hand over hand, with the body suspended by a crude harness. The next application was to pull oneself in a basket.

 The first use of ropes to transport people was in China in the 16th century. In those days they had to use rope until steel cable was invented in 1834. People used these ropes to cross bodies of water, initially transferring themselves, hand over hand, with the body suspended by a crude harness. The next application was to pull oneself in
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The city will also save up to 80 percent in operating costs compared with other passenger transport systems. The detachable GD10 gondola lift with a total of four stations over 3,228 meters allows 2,400 people to be transported over each section and in each direction per hour. The cabins, equipped with seat heating, multimedia information systems and external lighting, and offer an impressive view from up to 60 meters above the ground.

 

In addition to the 106 regular cabins, the ropeway also has two VIP cabins with leather seats, MP3 sound systems and coolers. Once various test runs have been completed over the next 15 days, the ropeway will start operating around the year
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