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The group behind the proposed High St cable car is hosting public meetings on Sunday to discuss planning for the multimillion-dollar project.
The Dunedin Cable Car Group was aiming to raise an initial $2 million to build a cablecar terminus at Mornington Park by March 2017, chairman Phil Cole said.
That date would coincide with the 60th anniversary of the closure of the original High St to Mornington line, which opened in 1883 and closed in March 1957.
Once that first phase was completed, the group aimed to raise funds to install the track and build the cable cars.
Mr Cole said there had been ongoing discussions with council staff, who had ''been very helpful and encouraging ... and hopefully we get the go-ahead for us to use High St''.
The group would hold two public meetings to provide information on the project, including details on how people could help and a question and answer session, Mr Cole said.
The meetings will be held at the Hutton Theatre at the Otago Museum on Sunday between 1pm and 3pm, and 3pm and 5pm. Entry is by gold coin donation.