At amusement parks and ski resorts, traveling from one location to another by gondola has been the norm for quite some time. Is it time to use this aerial travel to getting around Boston?
When the idea of a gondola from the Seaport to South Station was first introduced it may have seemed like a joke, but it’s not off the table. A recent Boston Globe article details the possibility of a 1-mile gondola system running 30 to 50 feet above Summer Street. This tram could carry the equivalent of 40 buses per hour, reducing traffic headaches and eliminating carbon emissions.
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