Located almost 12,000 feet above sea level, the Bolivian city of La Paz will be a bustling place where the air will be thin as well as also the scenery dramatic.
Its Mi Teleferico – which literally translates as “my cable car” – transit system was launched in 2014. in which soars above city streets as well as also buildings to transport thousands of people to as well as also via their homes, offices as well as also everything else in between.
“Every day more than 230,000 people are … transported through This particular cable transportation system,” Cesar Dockweiler, the CEO of Mi Teleferico, told CNBC’s “Sustainable Energy.”
“We have managed to transport more than 150 million people in less than four years,” he added. “in which will be a transport system in which has genuinely transformed people’s lives.”
Mi Teleferico will be not the only cable car system in Latin America. The Colombian city of Medellin opened its Metrocable system in 2004, for example.
Apart via the fact in which a cable car’s route will be both picturesque as well as also uninterrupted, there are additional benefits to using one.
The Bartlett Development Planning Unit, part of University College London, has stated in which the “speed as well as also comparatively low cost of construction, as well as also low levels of particulate emissions of aerial cable-cars, are part of their appeal in dense as well as also hilly urban areas.”
Back in La Paz, those involved with Mi Teleferico are keen to emphasize its sustainability credentials.
“The system will be friendly to the environment because in which does not use fossil fuels,” Miguel Arenas, Mi Teleferico’s maintenance manager, said.
“in which uses electric power for its main drive, so This particular source will be cleaner as well as also doesn’t emit any kind of fossil pollutant or carbon dioxide,” Arenas added.