Connecting North Brooklyn to Manhattan.The fastest, safest and most green way to cross the East River
Reducing stress on the L and J/M/Z subway lines

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With thousands of new apartments being built in North Brooklyn, the already over-crowded subways are becoming increasingly congested. The Skyway will substantially increase the transit capacity across the East River. It’s totally green, incredibly safe and can be built quickly.

And imagine the beautiful views on your daily commute!


No on-site emissions


3X safer than buses
and rail


Moves 5,000+ people
per hour in each

The Problem

The L train is overcrowded and is getting worse with all of the new construction. Only a limited amount of new capacity can be added with new signaling technology.
The Williamsburg Bridge already suffers from massive congestion. Adding additional commuter buses will make traffic and pollution worse.
Residential growth in Williamsburg has increased dramatically during the past 12 years.
With much of the new construction happening at or near the waterfront, all subway stations are located at a considerable distance requiring a long walk in the wrong direction.
No easy “traditional” solution. Building new subway lines is cost prohibitive.

The Solution


High-speed gondolas are totally silent, pollution-free and the safest mode of transportation. And imagine the views...

Proposed Gondola Route

Brooklyn shuttles and bikes

The primary station in Brooklyn will be located at the Williamsburg Bridge Plaza Bus terminal. This is easily accessible by shuttle bus, bike or by walking.

The high-speed GONDOLA Ride

Once at the Williamsburg Bridge Plaza Bus Terminal gondola station, the Skyway would transport commuters to the edge of Soho in five minutes.

Williamsburg Bridge Plaza Bus Terminal

Nearby manhattan subway stations

Propsosed Delancey Street Station would connect the commuters to 13 subway lines.


A congested
Williamsburg Bridge without the Skyway
A quick Commute with
breathtaking views with the Skyway

See it in action

The International Trend

Emirates Air Line London, England


Teleferico de Gaia Portugal

Teleferico do Alemao Rio

Koblenz Rheinseilbahn Germany

In The News

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