Roosevelt Island Tram at work

Both Tram cabins are back in service. Somebody tell RIOC, if you can find them.

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by David Stone

The Roosevelt Island Daily News

Thanks for the heads up, Meredith Gandy.

Both Tram Cabins in Action, This Afternoon

Roosevelt Island Tram Cabins approach each other at 2:00 p.m.

Because RIOC’s vaunted Communications Team somehow missed the boat – again – The Daily is spreading the word as a community service.

It’s expected that the third scheduled maintenance shutdown, required for replacing the cables, will begin when the weather is a little better. But super secret RIOC keeps all details as if the national security depends on it; so, that’s an educated guess.

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