Nordpark Cable Railway
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Building names(s): Nordpark Cable Railway
Architect/Designer: Zaha Hadid
architect website: www.zaha-hadid.com
Completion date: 2005
function(s): cable car, transport
The Nordpark Cable Railway comprising of four new stations and a cable-stayed suspension bridge over the river Inn, connecting the mountain village of Hungerburg with the centre of Innsbruck. Starting at the station of Congress in the centre of the city, the railway travels to Loewenhaus station before crossing the river, ascending the Nordkette Mountain north of Innsbruck to Alpenzoo station. The final station is at Hungerburg village, 288 metres above Innsbruck, where passengers can join the cable-car to the summit of the Seegrube Mountain.
Structural engineer: Bollinger & Grohmann
SEKTION I HUNGERBURG
Mon. – Fr: 07.00am – 7.30pm
Sat., Sun and Holidays: 8.00am – 7.30pm.
The service runs every 15 minutes.
Car: Take the highway exit Innsbruck Ost (east) or Innsbruck West and drive toward Innsbruck Zentrum (centre) – Congress. For those wearing winter sport clothing, the journey there is free on all lines of the IVB (Innsbruck transport operator) within the Innsbruck urban area. The journey back is also free for anyone with a valid ski pass or season ticket. The J line of the IVB goes to the Hungerburg every 15 minutes.