Uber and Lyft are both well known chauffeur style services that are giving taxis a run for their money. Well now it seems Walt Disney World is wanting to enter the world of private transportation with their new “Minnie Vans” service.
By Fowl Owlerson
Disclaimer: Unless where otherwise noted, the following is rumor and speculation, and should not be regarded as fact unless confirmed by the companies mentioned.
I have to remind myself that most park-goers can’t get around by flight like me (owls admittedly do walk when our wings are tired), but perhaps that will change in the near future. Credit where credit is due: fans on the WDWMagic forums discovered permits and structures that seem to indicate Disney intends using a skyway-type system as a means to transport guests around Walt Disney World Resort. [Read more…]
By Savannah Sanders
I recently took a weekend getaway to Walt Disney World, meaning I had little time to tackle the parks. Careful planning and strategy would be necessary to get a Disney Parks fix, but then I heard about Disney’s new Express Transportation option. [Read more…]
Walt Disney World is making a number of small but important changes to the way they transport guests around their property. Some changes have been recently completed and some will take a few years to implement. It’s all in the name of growth, efficiency, guest satisfaction and safety. [Read more…]
I-Ride Trolleys are rolling out a new fleet of 15 trolleys equipped with state-of-the-art automated vehicle location systems (AVLS) known as NextBus. With GPS tracking, NextBus technology will provide predicted vehicle arrival information and live maps to visitors on International Drive. [Read more…]
The Walt Disney World monorail count is back at 12 with the recent addition of Monorail Peach to the rails.