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Group DescriptionCable-Propelled Transit (CPT) isn't just for ski-hills anymore. Cities around the world are increasingly looking towards this ancient technology as a low-cost high-value method of achieving their transit goals.
This, then, is a place to learn about Cable-Propelled Transit (CPT); including funiculars, cable cars, gondolas, aerial trams, ropeways, people movers, cable liners, etc.
If it is propelled by a cable, and it belongs in a city, it belongs here.
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Group RulesThis is a place for people to learn about urban-appropriate Cable-Propelled Transit (CPT) systems around the world. Group members are asked to abide by the following rules:
(ONE) All images uploaded to this group must be of CPT systems that either; exist in an urban environment - OR - have features that demonstrate CPT's usefulness in urban environments - OR - are just really unique and innovative. In the event of the second or third instances, please provide a reason for inclusion.
(TWO) All images uploaded to this group must include a title, a description and at least three tags. The location of the system must be included in the description. It would also be very helpful if you added to your photos the tags "CPT" and "Cable-Propelled Transit".
(THREE) If you haven't already familiarized yourself with flickr's guidelines, please do so.
(FOUR) All appropriate images are welcome irregardless of license. Nevertheless, group members are encouraged to license their images under the Creative Commons. That doesn't mean you must. If you don't want to, that's cool with us. We understand that there are a dozens of reasons you may not want to and that's your business, not ours.
(FIVE) Play nice, have fun and be good.
- This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
- Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
- Accepted safety levels: Safe