Following the transition of the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin to third-party resort transport, the resort’s buses now fall to charter parks at theme parks and Disney Springs.
The resort recently switched from Disney-driven buses to Mears, prompting Disney to suspend the resort’s bus stops, leading to a longer walk to the park’s entrances. One of the biggest changes is that buses to the Magic Kingdom will now board at the Transportation and Ticket Center, forcing guests to take a monorail or ferry to the park. At Disney Springs, the drop-off point will now be located in the West Side, unlike the bus line in the city center. The change comes just weeks before more than 1
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