Addition to the Skyline of London is Cable Car, Launching in June!
The first cable car for the urban transport in Britain will be starting by the end of this month in the season of Olympics. It is a confirm news from the transport of London. The time of opening has been chosen in such a way that it gets the maximum publicity.
The cable car is being started between Greenwich and the Royal Docks of distance of a half mile (that is, a kilometer) on 28th June as per the news.
The travelers will get the choice of a round trip that is a to and fro trip between Greenwich and Royal Dock or a one way trip. Another choice is there that is designed for the visitors who want to go for a watch of Olympic Park.
Even the Canary Wharf (One of the main financial centre of London consisting of many of UK’s tallest buildings) and the Thames Barrier (world’s second largest movable barrier for flood) will be seen while travelling in this cable car. Therefore, this is an ultimate option for the travelers who want to see London’s some of the most attracting places in one day.
But this cable car will not be operated only for the period of Olympics but also, it will make the public transport easy in London. It will get started as a regular transport option in between 27th July and 12th August.
This is a fifty million pound project which has gone through many safety tests in the current weeks.
As per the news came from the transport for London is that, the passengers will get to use their Oyster cards to make their journey. They can pay a single fare using this Oyster card costing 3.20 pound for an adult or 1.60 pound for a child. And the fare for the travelers, who want to have a non-stop return journey, will cost 6.40 pound on Oyster card.
This cable car will not only make the access easy to the jobs in Royal Docks but also, the businessmen and the investors of the exploited area will get an easy way to reach the zone of the Royal Dock enterprise.
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