télécabine urbaine POMA Tlemcen
Algeria – Tlemcen – 2018

Tlemcen gondola lift

The Tlemcen gondola lift that connects the city centre to the Lalla Setti Plateau had been at a standstill for four years when it resumed service in 2018. The arrival of the gondola lift was the source of great hope, as it represents a means of transport with high added value for Tlemcen, the ultimate tourist destination.

product range
Touristic gondola lift
Application
attraction
More about

The project

In northwestern Algeria, the Tlemcen gondola lift has benefited from a major retrofit operation to offer its users more security, availability and comfort.

This 10-seater gondola lift connects the city centre, from the historic site known as the “Grand Bassin”, to the Lala Setti Plateau, home to a leisure park.

Users benefit from a complete multimodal journey on the network, via the 3 stations, all connected to the city's public transport network. The rehabilitation project run by POMA was accompanied by the opening of a new coach station, “Yahia Bachir”.

A mixed urban – tourist ropeway
While Tlemcen’s gondola lift is essentially used by urban commuters during the week, the focus switches to tourists during weekends and holidays. This mixed use requires long opening hours, which are perfectly integrated in the modes of operation, offering a flexible, comprehensive service.

Technical

SPECIFICATIONs

Longueur

Length

1698 m

Dénivelé

Difference in elevation

231 m

Débit

Capacity

1500 passengers/ hour/ direction

Date

Speed

6 m/s

Nombre de Véhicules

Number of cabins

36

Nombre de passagers par véhicules

Number of passengers per cabin

10

Tlemcen gondola lift in pictures

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Maokong

Taiwan – Taipei – 2006

The Maokong gondola lift is located in a historic area of the Taiwanese capital, connecting Taipei Zoo and Maokong. It is one of the largest in the world, spanning four kilometres. Ensuring the synchronisation of its 5 sections and the interconnection of its 6 stations constituted a true technological challenge.

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Vin Pearl

Vietnam – Nha Trang – 2006

In Vietnam, the famous POMA gondola lift from Vin Pearl flies over the sea to reach an island and its luxury resort.

Read

Zacatecas

Mexico – Zacatecas – 2018

The new POMA detachable gondola lift in Zacatecas takes passengers on a stunning journey over the historic centre of this ancient Mexican city, in one of the seven emblematic red cabins.

Read

Zhuhai

China – Zhuhai – ongoing project

In China, POMA has built the world’s first three interconnected tri-cable ropeways system (3S) for the Chimelong Group, the world’s 6th largest entertainment group.

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Galala city

Egypt – Galala City – 2018

The tourist gondola lift of the new town of Galala City links the urban area to the luxurious seaside resort, travelling the longest stretch in the Middle East. Its glass-floored cabins offer an exceptional journey with a unique view of the superb desert landscapes that border the Red Sea.

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Yen TU

Vietnam – Yen Tu – 2017

The Buddhist temples of the sacred mountain of Yen Tu welcome many pilgrims and tourists. In 2017, two new gondola lifts were built, including New Yen Tu 1, which complements the mobility offer by doubling the Yen Tu 1 gondola lift.

Read

Huashan

China – Huashan (Shaanxi) – 2012

POMA designed Shaanxi Taihua Tourism Ropeway Road, a gondola lift that transports tourists and pilgrims to the top of Mount Huashan, 2,120 metres away in the heart of China’s central Shaanxi province.

Read

Yeosu Cablecar

South Korea – Yeosu – 2013

Compared to the construction of a third bridge, the Yeosu gondola lift was the ideal solution to connect the island of Doslando to the mainland. Discreet, comfortable, fast and environmentally friendly, the gondola lift is perfectly suited to the city’s transportation needs. This original voyage over the Namhae Sea also quickly won over the passengers, and the Yeosu gondola lift quickly became a major attraction in the area.

Read

Simatai Great Wall

China – Simatai – 2014

A popular tourist site located near the Great Wall of China, Simatai is a beautiful reconstructed period village. From its centre, tourists can take the gondola lift rebuilt in 2013 and access one of the steepest, most beautiful and authentic parts of the Great Wall of China.

Read

Téléphérique de la Bastille

France – Grenoble – 1976

The Bastille aerial ropeway provides access to a 19th-century military fort overlooking the town of Grenoble from 264 metres above and standing at an altitude of 476 metres on the edge of the Chartreuse mountain foothills. It is the Grenoble metropolitan area’s top tourist site, attracting more than 600,000 visitors per year.

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Maeterlinck Palace

France – Nice – 2014

The Maeterlinck Palace is a former luxury hotel overlooking the Bay of Angels in Nice. In 2014, it was equipped with an inclined elevator to allow its residents to easily reach the beach.

Read

télécabine urbaine POMA Tlemcen
Algeria – Tlemcen – 2018

Tlemcen gondola lift

The Tlemcen gondola lift that connects the city centre to the Lalla Setti Plateau had been at a standstill for four years when it resumed service in 2018. The arrival of the gondola lift was the source of great hope, as it represents a means of transport with high added value for Tlemcen, the ultimate tourist destination.

product range
Touristic gondola lift
Application
Site access
More about

The project

In northwestern Algeria, the Tlemcen gondola lift has benefited from a major retrofit operation to offer its users more security, availability and comfort.

This 10-seater gondola lift connects the city centre, from the historic site known as the “Grand Bassin”, to the Lala Setti Plateau, home to a leisure park.

Users benefit from a complete multimodal journey on the network, via the 3 stations, all connected to the city's public transport network. The rehabilitation project run by POMA was accompanied by the opening of a new coach station, “Yahia Bachir”.

A mixed urban – tourist ropeway
While Tlemcen’s gondola lift is essentially used by urban commuters during the week, the focus switches to tourists during weekends and holidays. This mixed use requires long opening hours, which are perfectly integrated in the modes of operation, offering a flexible, comprehensive service.

Technical

SPECIFICATIONs

Longueur

Length

1698 m

Dénivelé

Difference in elevation

231 m

Débit

Capacity

1500 passengers/ hour/ direction

Date

Speed

6 m/s

Nombre de Véhicules

Number of cabins

36

Nombre de passagers par véhicules

Number of passengers per cabin

10

POMA, innovation

for the project

Longest gondola lift in Africa

With the Galala gondola lift spanning 4.37 km, POMA has built the longest stretch between two stations in the Middle East and Africa area.

Galala City,

the epitome of a modern Egyptian city

Galala City is destined to become a driver of growth for the Egyptian economy by boosting employment amongst the country’s young people, diversifying the tourist offer and paving the way for new investments, both local and foreign.

Operational challenges

A new team was recruited and trained to operate the Galala gondola lift. While the flow of passengers is steady, many other issues affect the operation of this gondola lift: hot, dry and dusty climate, marine environment, remote site. Challenges that the on-site teams overcome on a daily basis.

Dedicated computer network

The Galala tourist gondola lift was the first to be equipped with a complete computer network between its two stations, allowing the collection of operating data and secure remote access to video surveillance and fault diagnosis as well as to the ticket office. A POMA innovation!

Tlemcen gondola lift in pictures

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Maokong

Taiwan – Taipei – 2006

The Maokong gondola lift is located in a historic area of the Taiwanese capital, connecting Taipei Zoo and Maokong. It is one of the largest in the world, spanning four kilometres. Ensuring the synchronisation of its 5 sections and the interconnection of its 6 stations constituted a true technological challenge.

Read

Tlemcen

Algeria – Tlemcen – 2018

The Tlemcen gondola lift that connects the city centre to the Lalla Setti Plateau had been at a standstill for four years when it resumed service in 2018. The arrival of the gondola lift was the source of great hope, as it represents a means of transport with high added value for Tlemcen, the ultimate tourist destination.

Read

Vin Pearl

Vietnam – Nha Trang – 2006

In Vietnam, the famous POMA gondola lift from Vin Pearl flies over the sea to reach an island and its luxury resort.

Read

Zacatecas

Mexico – Zacatecas – 2018

The new POMA detachable gondola lift in Zacatecas takes passengers on a stunning journey over the historic centre of this ancient Mexican city, in one of the seven emblematic red cabins.

Read

Zhuhai

China – Zhuhai – ongoing project

In China, POMA has built the world’s first three interconnected tri-cable ropeways system (3S) for the Chimelong Group, the world’s 6th largest entertainment group.

Read

Yen TU

Vietnam – Yen Tu – 2017

The Buddhist temples of the sacred mountain of Yen Tu welcome many pilgrims and tourists. In 2017, two new gondola lifts were built, including New Yen Tu 1, which complements the mobility offer by doubling the Yen Tu 1 gondola lift.

Read

Huashan

China – Huashan (Shaanxi) – 2012

POMA designed Shaanxi Taihua Tourism Ropeway Road, a gondola lift that transports tourists and pilgrims to the top of Mount Huashan, 2,120 metres away in the heart of China’s central Shaanxi province.

Read

Yeosu Cablecar

South Korea – Yeosu – 2013

Compared to the construction of a third bridge, the Yeosu gondola lift was the ideal solution to connect the island of Doslando to the mainland. Discreet, comfortable, fast and environmentally friendly, the gondola lift is perfectly suited to the city’s transportation needs. This original voyage over the Namhae Sea also quickly won over the passengers, and the Yeosu gondola lift quickly became a major attraction in the area.

Read

Simatai Great Wall

China – Simatai – 2014

A popular tourist site located near the Great Wall of China, Simatai is a beautiful reconstructed period village. From its centre, tourists can take the gondola lift rebuilt in 2013 and access one of the steepest, most beautiful and authentic parts of the Great Wall of China.

Read

Téléphérique de la Bastille

France – Grenoble – 1976

The Bastille aerial ropeway provides access to a 19th-century military fort overlooking the town of Grenoble from 264 metres above and standing at an altitude of 476 metres on the edge of the Chartreuse mountain foothills. It is the Grenoble metropolitan area’s top tourist site, attracting more than 600,000 visitors per year.

Read

Maeterlinck Palace

France – Nice – 2014

The Maeterlinck Palace is a former luxury hotel overlooking the Bay of Angels in Nice. In 2014, it was equipped with an inclined elevator to allow its residents to easily reach the beach.

Read

télécabine urbaine POMA Tlemcen
Algeria – Tlemcen – 2018

Tlemcen gondola lift

The Tlemcen gondola lift that connects the city centre to the Lalla Setti Plateau had been at a standstill for four years when it resumed service in 2018. The arrival of the gondola lift was the source of great hope, as it represents a means of transport with high added value for Tlemcen, the ultimate tourist destination.

product range
Automated People Mover – APM
Application
Airport Link
More about

The project

In northwestern Algeria, the Tlemcen gondola lift has benefited from a major retrofit operation to offer its users more security, availability and comfort.

This 10-seater gondola lift connects the city centre, from the historic site known as the “Grand Bassin”, to the Lala Setti Plateau, home to a leisure park.

Users benefit from a complete multimodal journey on the network, via the 3 stations, all connected to the city's public transport network. The rehabilitation project run by POMA was accompanied by the opening of a new coach station, “Yahia Bachir”.

A mixed urban – tourist ropeway
While Tlemcen’s gondola lift is essentially used by urban commuters during the week, the focus switches to tourists during weekends and holidays. This mixed use requires long opening hours, which are perfectly integrated in the modes of operation, offering a flexible, comprehensive service.

The Cairo Airport APM

in motion

APM Caire POMA

Technical

SPECIFICATIONs

Longueur

Length

1698 m

Dénivelé

Difference in elevation

231 m

Débit

Capacity

1500 passengers/ hour/ direction

Date

Speed

6 m/s

Nombre de Véhicules

Number of cabins

36

Nombre de passagers par véhicules

Number of passengers per cabin

10

POMA, innovation

for the project

Longest gondola lift in Africa

With the Galala gondola lift spanning 4.37 km, POMA has built the longest stretch between two stations in the Middle East and Africa area.

Galala City,

the epitome of a modern Egyptian city

Galala City is destined to become a driver of growth for the Egyptian economy by boosting employment amongst the country’s young people, diversifying the tourist offer and paving the way for new investments, both local and foreign.

Operational challenges

A new team was recruited and trained to operate the Galala gondola lift. While the flow of passengers is steady, many other issues affect the operation of this gondola lift: hot, dry and dusty climate, marine environment, remote site. Challenges that the on-site teams overcome on a daily basis.

Dedicated computer network

The Galala tourist gondola lift was the first to be equipped with a complete computer network between its two stations, allowing the collection of operating data and secure remote access to video surveillance and fault diagnosis as well as to the ticket office. A POMA innovation!

They talk about it

The Cairo Airport APM

Not only do we connect the terminals with each other, but we have organised efficient logistics for travellers and airline employees alike. Reliability plays a crucial role here.

Chairman of the Cairo Airport Company in Cairo

Mr Hassan Rashed
APM Caire POMA

They talk about ir

The Cairo Airport APM

With the installation of the MiniMetro® in such a strategic location as the North African coast, we are demonstrating that this new passenger transport system is the future. It was a real challenge for us, but it was also immensely satisfying to bring an essential element of innovative mobility to Cairo International Airport.

Chairman of the Board of Directors, POMA

Jean Souchal
APM Caire POMA
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Hong Kong Wheel

China – Hong Kong – 2014

POMA produced the 45 cabins for the Hong Kong observation wheel in China. The observation wheel offers spectacular views over the bay and megacity centre, both during the day and at night.

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i360

England – Brighton – 2016

POMA designed and manufactured the entire pod and drive system of the world’s tallest observation tower, known as the British Airways i360. A unique concept, located on the Brighton seafront in the south of England.

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Shenzhen Observation Wheel

China – Shenzhen – 2020

POMA produced the 28 capsules of the observation wheel for the Chinese megalopolis of Shenzhen. Developed specifically to withstand a very hot and humid climate, they presented a real technical challenge, which the group’s teams managed to overcome.

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Miami Airport

United States – Miami – 2016

Miami International Airport inaugurated its two APMs in 2016 and 2017. The two APM trains travel 375 m and carry up to 12,000 passengers per hour between the main terminal and terminal E.

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Liaison Blanc Blanc

France – Grenoble – 2010

“Liaison Blanc-Blanc” is more than just a funicular railway, it is a mini mobile clean room, ISO 6 classified, which connects the two controlled environment areas of the Grenoble CEA over 250 metres.

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London Eye

England – London – 2000

Right in the heart of London, on the banks of the River Thames, 32 rotating capsules climb to 135 m, taking visitors above the rooftops of London for an exceptional view of the entire capital.

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The High Roller

United states – Las Vegas – 2014

Caesars Entertainment has entrusted the POMA Group with the design and manufacture of the High Roller observation wheel capsules. A flagship attraction of “The Linq”, a new urban and entertainment district in Las Vegas.

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télécabine urbaine POMA Tlemcen
Algeria – Tlemcen – 2018

Tlemcen gondola lift

The Tlemcen gondola lift that connects the city centre to the Lalla Setti Plateau had been at a standstill for four years when it resumed service in 2018. The arrival of the gondola lift was the source of great hope, as it represents a means of transport with high added value for Tlemcen, the ultimate tourist destination.

product range
Urban Gondola Lift
Application
Connect – urban link
More about

The project

In northwestern Algeria, the Tlemcen gondola lift has benefited from a major retrofit operation to offer its users more security, availability and comfort.

This 10-seater gondola lift connects the city centre, from the historic site known as the “Grand Bassin”, to the Lala Setti Plateau, home to a leisure park.

Users benefit from a complete multimodal journey on the network, via the 3 stations, all connected to the city's public transport network. The rehabilitation project run by POMA was accompanied by the opening of a new coach station, “Yahia Bachir”.

A mixed urban – tourist ropeway
While Tlemcen’s gondola lift is essentially used by urban commuters during the week, the focus switches to tourists during weekends and holidays. This mixed use requires long opening hours, which are perfectly integrated in the modes of operation, offering a flexible, comprehensive service.

Technical

SPECIFICATIONs

Longueur

Length

1698 m

Dénivelé

Difference in elevation

231 m

Débit

Capacity

1500 passengers/ hour/ direction

Date

Speed

6 m/s

Nombre de Véhicules

Number of cabins

36

Nombre de passagers par véhicules

Number of passengers per cabin

10

POMA, innovation

for the project

Longest gondola lift in Africa

With the Galala gondola lift spanning 4.37 km, POMA has built the longest stretch between two stations in the Middle East and Africa area.

Galala City,

the epitome of a modern Egyptian city

Galala City is destined to become a driver of growth for the Egyptian economy by boosting employment amongst the country’s young people, diversifying the tourist offer and paving the way for new investments, both local and foreign.

Operational challenges

A new team was recruited and trained to operate the Galala gondola lift. While the flow of passengers is steady, many other issues affect the operation of this gondola lift: hot, dry and dusty climate, marine environment, remote site. Challenges that the on-site teams overcome on a daily basis.

Dedicated computer network

The Galala tourist gondola lift was the first to be equipped with a complete computer network between its two stations, allowing the collection of operating data and secure remote access to video surveillance and fault diagnosis as well as to the ticket office. A POMA innovation!

Tlemcen gondola lift in pictures

télécabine urbaine POMA Tlemcen
télécabine urbaine POMA Tlemcen
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Santo Domingo

Dominican Republic – Santo Domingo – 2018

The oldest city in the New World, Santo Domingo, has a modern public transport system; the first Caribbean urban gondola lift line! 195 cabins criss-cross the sky and provide a connection between Line 2 of the metro and the north-eastern zone, twice crossing over the Ozama river.

Read

Airtram New York

USA – New York – 2010

With the installation of this ultra-modern aerial tramway, POMA has provided New Yorkers with the most advanced technology in urban ropeway transportation. It is 960 m long and connects Roosevelt Island to Manhattan in just three minutes, passing over the East River in great comfort with unique views of New York through the huge windows on both cabins.

Read

Téléo

France – Toulouse – PROJECT IN PROGRESS

More than 8,000 passengers will board the cabins of the Téléo tricable ropeway every day. Part of the Toulouse Agglomeration’s transport network, it crosses a river and travels over a hill to link three major hubs of activity in the south of Toulouse: the University Cancer Institute, Rangueil Hospital and Paul Sabatier University.

Read

Aerovia

Equateur – Guayaquil – ongoing project

In order to improve the flow of daily traffic between Duran and Guayaquil, Ecuador’s economic capital, and offer an alternative solution for crossing the estuary, the local authorities have opted for ropeway transportation. Ecuador’s first urban gondola lift links Duran and Guayaquil, providing fast, smooth travel throughout the transport network for 40,000 passengers a day.

Read

La réunion

Réunion Island – Saint Denis – 2020

A Saint-Denis de la Réunion, POMA construit le premier metrocable de l’Océan Indien. Il offre un mode de déplacement sûr, rapide, et silencieux, permettant de relier des quartiers stratégiques et de mieux desservir le territoire.

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Megacable Pereira

Colombia – Pereira – Project in progress

Pereira Megacable is the first urban gondola lift to be 100% integrated into the public transport system of the city of Pereira. It is also the first lift in the country to be equipped with a DirectDrive®.

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Nizhny Novgorod

Russia – Nizhny Novgorod – 2011

La première télécabine urbaine en Russie permet aux habitants de Nijni Novgorod de se rendre quotidiennement dans la ville industrielle de Bor, en traversant le plus grand fleuve d’Europe par les airs.

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M Line – Metrocable

Colombia – Medellín – 2019

Lien social et économique, le Metrocable de Medellin est l’emblème d’une ville en mouvement. La 5e ligne de métrocâble a pris son envol début 2019 afin d’étendre son réseau de transport public, au service d’une mobilité durable et douce.

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K line – Metrocable

Colombia – Medellín – 2004

This urban gondola lift incorporated into a public transport system was a world first and quickly became a model for many large cities in terms of sustainable transportation and social inclusion. With the Metrocable, the city was gradually transformed, connecting the different neighbourhoods and their inhabitants.

Read

J line – Metrocable

Colombia – Medellín – 2007

In 2007, Metrocable’s second line initiated the urbanisation of an area to the west of the city. Unlike its predecessor, line K, the objective of commissioning line J was to support urban development in that area, rather than to bring the highly populated neighbourhood out of any kind of isolation.

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Charles de Gaule – Etoile

France – Paris – 2013

The inclined elevator of the Charles de Gaulle-Étoile station, in the heart of western Paris, was installed to facilitate the connection between the stations of metro lines 1 and 6 and the RER A regional express network line station, the central thoroughfare for transport in Paris, connecting east to west in the Paris region.

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télécabine urbaine POMA Tlemcen
Algeria – Tlemcen – 2018

Tlemcen gondola lift

The Tlemcen gondola lift that connects the city centre to the Lalla Setti Plateau had been at a standstill for four years when it resumed service in 2018. The arrival of the gondola lift was the source of great hope, as it represents a means of transport with high added value for Tlemcen, the ultimate tourist destination.

product range
Urban Gondola Lift
Application
Connect
More about

The project

In northwestern Algeria, the Tlemcen gondola lift has benefited from a major retrofit operation to offer its users more security, availability and comfort.

This 10-seater gondola lift connects the city centre, from the historic site known as the “Grand Bassin”, to the Lala Setti Plateau, home to a leisure park.

Users benefit from a complete multimodal journey on the network, via the 3 stations, all connected to the city's public transport network. The rehabilitation project run by POMA was accompanied by the opening of a new coach station, “Yahia Bachir”.

A mixed urban – tourist ropeway
While Tlemcen’s gondola lift is essentially used by urban commuters during the week, the focus switches to tourists during weekends and holidays. This mixed use requires long opening hours, which are perfectly integrated in the modes of operation, offering a flexible, comprehensive service.

Technical

SPECIFICATIONs

Longueur

Length

1698 m

Dénivelé

Difference in elevation

231 m

Débit

Capacity

1500 passengers/ hour/ direction

Date

Speed

6 m/s

Nombre de Véhicules

Number of cabins

36

Nombre de passagers par véhicules

Number of passengers per cabin

10

POMA, innovation

for the project

Longest gondola lift in Africa

With the Galala gondola lift spanning 4.37 km, POMA has built the longest stretch between two stations in the Middle East and Africa area.

Galala City,

the epitome of a modern Egyptian city

Galala City is destined to become a driver of growth for the Egyptian economy by boosting employment amongst the country’s young people, diversifying the tourist offer and paving the way for new investments, both local and foreign.

Operational challenges

A new team was recruited and trained to operate the Galala gondola lift. While the flow of passengers is steady, many other issues affect the operation of this gondola lift: hot, dry and dusty climate, marine environment, remote site. Challenges that the on-site teams overcome on a daily basis.

Dedicated computer network

The Galala tourist gondola lift was the first to be equipped with a complete computer network between its two stations, allowing the collection of operating data and secure remote access to video surveillance and fault diagnosis as well as to the ticket office. A POMA innovation!

Tlemcen gondola lift in pictures

télécabine urbaine POMA Tlemcen
télécabine urbaine POMA Tlemcen
télécabine urbaine POMA Tlemcen
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Tizi Ouzou

Algeria – Tizi Ouzou – 2019

POMA has developed a three-section aerial transport line with a total length of 5 km consisting of two gondola lifts and an aerial ropeway in Tizi Ouzou, a town located 100 km from Algiers.

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Santo Domingo

Dominican Republic – Santo Domingo – 2018

The oldest city in the New World, Santo Domingo, has a modern public transport system; the first Caribbean urban gondola lift line! 195 cabins criss-cross the sky and provide a connection between Line 2 of the metro and the north-eastern zone, twice crossing over the Ozama river.

Read

Airtram New York

USA – New York – 2010

With the installation of this ultra-modern aerial tramway, POMA has provided New Yorkers with the most advanced technology in urban ropeway transportation. It is 960 m long and connects Roosevelt Island to Manhattan in just three minutes, passing over the East River in great comfort with unique views of New York through the huge windows on both cabins.

Read

Téléo

France – Toulouse – PROJECT IN PROGRESS

More than 8,000 passengers will board the cabins of the Téléo tricable ropeway every day. Part of the Toulouse Agglomeration’s transport network, it crosses a river and travels over a hill to link three major hubs of activity in the south of Toulouse: the University Cancer Institute, Rangueil Hospital and Paul Sabatier University.

Read

Aerovia

Equateur – Guayaquil – ongoing project

In order to improve the flow of daily traffic between Duran and Guayaquil, Ecuador’s economic capital, and offer an alternative solution for crossing the estuary, the local authorities have opted for ropeway transportation. Ecuador’s first urban gondola lift links Duran and Guayaquil, providing fast, smooth travel throughout the transport network for 40,000 passengers a day.

Read

La réunion

Réunion Island – Saint Denis – 2020

A Saint-Denis de la Réunion, POMA construit le premier metrocable de l’Océan Indien. Il offre un mode de déplacement sûr, rapide, et silencieux, permettant de relier des quartiers stratégiques et de mieux desservir le territoire.

Read

Megacable Pereira

Colombia – Pereira – Project in progress

Pereira Megacable is the first urban gondola lift to be 100% integrated into the public transport system of the city of Pereira. It is also the first lift in the country to be equipped with a DirectDrive®.

Read

Nizhny Novgorod

Russia – Nizhny Novgorod – 2011

La première télécabine urbaine en Russie permet aux habitants de Nijni Novgorod de se rendre quotidiennement dans la ville industrielle de Bor, en traversant le plus grand fleuve d’Europe par les airs.

Read

M Line – Metrocable

Colombia – Medellín – 2019

Lien social et économique, le Metrocable de Medellin est l’emblème d’une ville en mouvement. La 5e ligne de métrocâble a pris son envol début 2019 afin d’étendre son réseau de transport public, au service d’une mobilité durable et douce.

Read

K line – Metrocable

Colombia – Medellín – 2004

This urban gondola lift incorporated into a public transport system was a world first and quickly became a model for many large cities in terms of sustainable transportation and social inclusion. With the Metrocable, the city was gradually transformed, connecting the different neighbourhoods and their inhabitants.

Read

J line – Metrocable

Colombia – Medellín – 2007

In 2007, Metrocable’s second line initiated the urbanisation of an area to the west of the city. Unlike its predecessor, line K, the objective of commissioning line J was to support urban development in that area, rather than to bring the highly populated neighbourhood out of any kind of isolation.

Read