Georgetown 2028 15-Year Action Plan, and I was intrigued by the notion of a gondola line to carry people across the Potomac from Georgetown to the Metro station in Roslyn.
Because, see, that is the closest station to the Georgetown business district. Some of the early versions of the plan for the city's Metro, back in the 1960s, had stations in Georgetown, but after opposition from some residents and a frank look at what it would cost to bore through the granite bedrock, that plan was abandoned.
Which brings us back to gondolas. Gondolas cost a lot less than subways, and a two-stop system can carry up to 7,000 people per hour. Plenty of cities use them. So unless Bernie Sanders gets his revolution, this may be the best available option.