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Tag Archives: transportation
With word coming in today from Arizona of another serious injury from the bus accident earlier this week, it might be time to look at providing seat belts for the Walt Disney World Resort’s younger patrons. The five year old … 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
I received an email report on an incident on the EPCOT monorail line last weekend. No one was reported injured, but it certainly sounds like some hair-raising moments. My sister and I were riding the monorail with my two nieces, … Continue reading
The Las Vegas monorail, which at one time used old Walt Disney World trains, has run into some financial troubles. That’s to be expected with the slowdown of tourism in the town. The bankruptcy will put a stop to the … Continue reading