Krasnodar, February 20, Yug Times. Last week, during the annual economic forum in Sochi, the Mayor of the Kuban capital Yevgeny Pervyshov presented an investment project of a cable metro to the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev. “This is a good option for Krasnodar and southern cities, ― the Prime Minister approved the investment proposal. — The climate allows. It might work. It is important that the cable metro does not interact with the ground traffic. It is suitable for Krasnodar. Try to do it.”
The Chairman of the regional public organization of civil initiatives in the field of urban development “Independent city-planning Council of Kuban” Alexander Zholtikov has been analyzing the prospects of various surface transport for several months, therefore he commented on the latest transport news of Kuban. It is noteworthy that SkyWay transport was not declared in the agenda of the forum, but it was the one that the expert singled out as an example. After presenting the idea of the cable metro, a storm of criticism immediately fell on it, as is often the case (almost always in our retrograde society). Apparently, that is why he compared the cableways and SkyWay transport in his interview to “Yug Times” and spoke about the possibilities of introducing an alternative mode of public transport in Krasnodar.
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People around the world are thinking today about the introduction of new modes of transport and the development of cities.
In the near future, the company-developer of Skyway transport will participate in the Future Cities Show in Dubai, UAE, on April 9-11. The second Future Cities show will be held in the largest city of the United Arab Emirates, the most important trade and financial center of the UAE and the entire Middle East. The show will display the best of the innovations that can change the future of the planet. The show is based on 17 Sustainable Development Goals that were worked out by the United Nations and adopted by 193 countries of the world in 2015. It also includes 10 “X-directives” for Dubai, an advanced program that aims to establish common rules in all state bodies and surpass the whole world by ten years. According to the organizers, there are three pillars of the event: Sustainability, Innovation and Happiness.
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