Three new projects for a new cable car

It was only two months ago. On Pentecost Sunday, the cable of gondola 3 breaks shortly before the mountain station of the Stresa-Alpino-Mottarone cable car. The cabin snaps back, races down the valley, is catapulted by the support cable and falls into the depths. 14 people die. The only survivor is a five-year-old who loses his family in an accident (Blick reported).

The grief is still great. The investigation is ongoing. Even the destroyed gondola is still stuck between the trees on the slope. And yet Stresa dares to look into the future. The cable car operation from the lake to the local mountain, which has been idle since the tragedy, is to be resumed soon. The mayor of Stresa (I), Marcella Severino (53) and her colleague from Baveno (I), Alessandro Monti (36), have three project ideas on the table.