Mayor of London Boris Johnson today opened a new cable car service which will cross the Thames to connect two East London communities. The £45m project connects Greenwich Peninsula with the Royal Docks. The 34 cars have the capacity to carry 2,500 passengers per hour in each direction.
Will the new service become an indispensable part of London’s transit system or come to be seen as a a monorail for the current generation?
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