Gallery: East River Skyway Gondola Could Get You from Brooklyn to Manha...

If you live on the L line, you've probably experienced this ridership growth (and the discomfort that comes with it) firsthand. Some have proposed additional subway lines but, as we've seen in the past, new train lines can be extremely costly and can to
If you live on the L line, you've probably experienced this ridership growth (and the discomfort that comes with it) firsthand. Some have proposed additional subway lines but, as we've seen in the past, new train lines can be extremely costly and can take decades to complete. More ferries could be another answer but limit commuters who need to get further inland since they obviously can only travel on water.

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  1. John Suttleworth September 19, 2014 at 3:37 pm
    Travel time across the East River is not the crux of the matter. The numbers of passengers per hour (Translates into people per gondola) and then what happens at disembarking. Where do the commuters go from there to complete their commute. The subway is a complete system. Gondalas are not.