The technology exists in ski resorts and tourist towns. Places like Austin, Texas are floating some plans to relieve urban congestion via gondolas.
We could have one connecting the future Marina District Metropark (or the Maritime Museum) to the Promedica campus (or to COSI).
Design the cars large enough for someone to take a bicycle across, if needed. Fun for families, boaters, bikers, the downtown worker bees, baseball/hockey/concert fans, and everyone else.
I'll admit to having a very few Coveylike characteristics, but I have made fun of her in the past, so ... no. :)
We would need Mariners competent enough. Willing to work for low pay, if not volunteer for such a task. It looks like a hop, skip and a jump but the ride is wild, man.
Without previewing my comment (my own fault) before posting, I realized you may be talking about the suspended, ski lift, cable car kind? Either way. I'm all for it. Still see major obstacles to overcome
This is a good idea, and I'm sure ProMedica can float the note while The Metroparks get a levy on the ballot to pay for it.
An Investor in Cleveland just announced he wants to try to get one there:)
The one in NYC is fun to ride. Only problem is their transit authority runs it. Look at how poorly tarta is ran