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ESW_bikelift_kickoff - ESW Bike Lift Project Fall 2008...

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ESW Bike Lift Project Fall 2008 Semester
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Introduction to Project Goals: Design and feasibility study of bike lift technology currently in use in Norway Deliverable: final report on findings to City of Ithaca Personnel Co-supervisors: David Kay: Senior extension associate, Community Development, Dept of Development Sociology, Cornell Francis Vanek: Senior Lecturer, Transportation Systems Group, CEE Partner organization representative: Tim Logue, City Engineer, City of Ithaca (also CEE alumnus)
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What is the “bike lift” technology? Slides courtesy of Trondheim municipal government
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The portal of Happiness
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”Trampe” in focus
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The happy bikers
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Trampe operation panel
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The Trampe patented technolgy
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Two options of installation
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Trampe was authorized for unmanned operation in 1994 by Det Norske Veritas (official rope way authorizer)
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Trampe facts Number of trips in 12 years 225 000 Per day 70 - 400 Price of subscription card for one year NOK 100 Estimated number of cards in use 1000 - 3000
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Trampe safety
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