that adapt to the field
The POMA funicular railway is an ideal transport solution for urban tourism and industrial environments regardless of the climate environment. It is reversible is pulled by a rope, and can be integrated into a complex urban landscape, with curves and long distances.
Our funicular railways are custom-designed according to your requirements and use, and will offer you the best performance.
From the feasibility study to construction, from their retrofit to their maintenance, POMA is with you at every stage of the funicular railway project.
single lane with bypass
With the “single lane with bypass” configuration, the two carriers run on a single track and cross at a passing loop. The infrastructure is lighter for a large capacity with reversible operation
With the “single lane” configuration, the funicular railway works reversibly on one track.
Finally, with the “dual lane” configuration, each carrier moves back and forth independently on its track. This is the funicular railway solution to be adopted for transport with a very high number of visitors. This configuration also allows redundancy in the event of a track failure or maintenance.
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The funicular railway can operate with or without an attendant, for controlled costs.
Optimal comfort for passengers when using the funicular railway:
• Quiet mode of transport
• Custom-made carrier, panoramic view and spacious carriers
• Optimal environmental integration
• On the ground, the funicular railway is not affected by wind and weather
• In a tunnel, the funicular railway is ideal
The route is very flexible, straight or with bends, the funicular railway fits perfectly to the typology of the terrain.
10000 people/ hour
Speed up to
Size of carriers
up to 500 people
More than 40
APM, FUNICULAR RAILWAY OR INCLINED ELEVATOR, WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES?
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France – Lyon – 2018
POMA carried out the special inspection of the iconic funicular railway in Lyon. During the inspection, its carriers as well as the drive station were completely renovated and upgraded in SIGMA’s workshops, according to the SYTRAL guidelines aimed at “providing users with an even greater level of comfort, while preserving the line’s historic heritage”.Read
France – Bourg Saint-Maurice – 2019
An emblematic feature of the valley for more than 30 years, the funicular railway of Saint Maurice was one of the first elevators in the Alps. It was renovated in 2019. A pioneer in multimodal travel, Bourg Saint Maurice offers thousands of skiers and daily users a direct link between the skiing area of Les Arcs and the railway network in just 7 minutes.Read
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.Read