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Warner Brothers Proposed Skyway Ride to Hollywood Sign From Their Backlot

Have you ever tried to visit the historic Hollywood sign in California? It’s a nightmare. Trying to get a place to park, then the hiking to get near it. For years residents have been fed up with congestion in the area. Today, Warner Brothers Studio is proposing a skyway ride that may change the skyline of Hollywood forever.

Warner Brothers Hollywood Skyway – Copyright Warner Brothers Studio

The proposed ride would take approximately six minutes round-trip and cost around $100 million to build. There are still many hurdles to overcome including an environmental and feasibility impact study, not to mention approval from the city and residents.

We understand there are a number of possible solutions being considered, but we are confident the city’s feasibility study will show our proposal to be the best option — an option that can be built and operated at no cost to the taxpayer and that will provide public benefit to the city of Los Angeles and its residents,” a Warner Brothers spokesperson said.

Once approved, the new Warner Brother Hollywood Sign Skyway ride would leave from the current Warner Brothers Studio lot (which would help their attractions) and take nearly three years to build. What do you think? Would you ride a skyway gondola to the Hollywood sign? Let me know in the comments.

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