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Why Wuppertal's Suspended Monorail Wasn't The Future Of Travel

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by Kivi

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08.28.2020



In Wuppertal, Germany, there’s the Schwebebahn: a suspended monorail that carries 80,000 people a day above the streets of the city, and above the river Wupper. It’s a wonderful thing: but it wasn’t the future of travel, and here’s why.

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