Japanese transport group aims to set up public ropeway transit system by 2025

Originally published on Sora News by Katy Kelly


The group will continue to test their zip-line propelled capsule cars in Odawara City in Kanagawa.

You don’t need to work in a big city to know that the morning rush hour is a tricky business all of its own. This is especially true in large cities in Japan: trains, cars, and buses alike vie for space in the cityscape, and the crowded public transport systems have become an especially glaring issue in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

One company thinks they might have a solution: Zip Infrastructure Inc. Their proposal is to set up electric-powered ziplines throughout

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