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Tag Archives: transportation
A new Bus Depot at Magic Kingdom to allow for larger buses and therefore more capacity to move guests during peak transportation times at the resort. A recently filing at the local water district shows there will be 8 new … Continue reading
With the recent announcement of an Avatar themed land and attractions coming to Disney’s Animal Kingdoms and the troubled opening of Disney’s first Hawaiian resort, Aulani, a lot of the conversation has settled on the types of risks the Walt … Continue reading
The Disney Parks blog has announced the addition of a twelfth monorail returning to the Walt Disney World fleet. That will bring the fleet back up to its full complement after the tragic accident in July of 2009. Monorail Peach … Continue reading
The monorail station could be looking like this a lot more when Disney institutes its new reduced hours for the trains. One of my favorite Robert Heinlein short stories is “The Roads Must Roll.” Written in 1940, it speculates about … Continue reading