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Tag Archives: disney bus
Very tragic news coming from Walt Disney World resort today as a guest was struck and killed by a Disney bus near the Fort Wilderness resort entrance. A nine ten year old was riding his bike with an 11 year … Continue reading
I feel like I’ve written that headline before. It’s getting to be a broken record. Today more than just a record was broken, but the whole front end of a Disney bus was crashed when it ran into the back … Continue reading
So totally unrelated to the previous post we hear that Walt Disney World is restructuring their Transportation management. This actually harkens back to the corporate restructuring Disney implemented early in the year, the one that resulted in all the management … Continue reading
Ah-ha! We know what it is. The Orlando Sentinel was first to break the news that the mysterious device that shut down the entire Disney World Transportation Bus System was a harmless tire pressure monitor with remote monitoring capabilities. This … Continue reading