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Do the flaws of Walt Disney World transportation outweigh the convenience?
Excellent article. I agree with everything you said, except, perhaps, the legal advice. You deserve better legal advice. . . .

I used to doubt the podcast team when they said a car is more convenient than the buses (paraphrasing). They were right. I was wrong. The WDW bus system will no longer waste my vacation time.
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I will add my opinion. I have to admire the work that Disney does to manage their transportation system. They are always adding new busses, they are redoing the bus charter lot at the TTC to accomodate the new bus loop at MK.

I do get to ride the transportion options at Disney quite often and never have a problem. I don't use it at closing though unless it is a monorail.

I try to give them some leeway since it is a "free" system. Just imagine WDW without their transportation options and everyone driving cars. It could be a lot worse.
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oh boy I have LOTS to say, can't imagine why

But am busy atm, I'll add more later
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Iím so glad this topic came up, because Iíve got a LOT to say, both good and bad. Letís start with the good:
First, letís take a look at a map thatís been circulating on the Transportation boards. Just take a look at this thing:


Itís huge! Before criticism can be rendered, we have to look at just how massive this operation is and give credit where credit is due. Unofficially, 17 million people visited MK alone last year. Due to the setup, every single one of them had to use Disney transportation to get to MK except those who walked from the Contemporary, which is a relatively small amount of the overall population. That means 34 million used Disney transportation just at MK alone! Now add the resort to DTD routes, park to park routes, people going to dinners, we move a LOT of people in a year. For the size and scope of the operation, overall things run pretty smooth.

Now obviously when crowds rush transportation, there can be issues. Iíll start with monorails since theyíre the red headed step child of transportation. They suck, they break, parts fall out and start fires, bus bars fall off the beams cutting power, I could go onÖand onÖand on. Yeah sure, theyíre ďiconicĒ but what theyíre iconic FOR is starting to change and itís not a good thing. 3 major holidays in a row they broke and caused a LOT of people to be stranded at MK due to boats being down for wind(1 of those 3 times). Iíve seen strings of people walking from MK to TTC in these situations. When monorails break it causes mass chaos for both MK and the other parks because buses have to be brought online to assist watercraft with getting guests out of MK and to the TTC. And itís not just major break downs that cause a problem, it can be a medical emergency, someone puking and the need to clean it up, or a squirrel on the beam that can bring monorail operations to a halt. For this reason, I think it would be a horrible idea to spread monorails to other areas on property. They can barely keep the operation they have running, how on earth are they going to handle more? They have made steps in the right direction by reducing monorail hours to perform maintenance(and thatís a decision I will forever back management on because I see the negative effects of their lack of maintenance the last 10+ years), but that doesnít mean they are ready for an expansion.

Now itís on to buses. Buses are absolutely the work horse of transportation. We run nearly 300 buses every single day. Buses are deployed partially by an automated system and partially by human intervention. This can mean an inconsistent experience depending on who is deploying the buses and what circumstances might be happening elsewhere. For instance, monorails being down and forcing buses to divert causes delays everywhere else. Disney runs X number of buses according to foreseen demand. They canít just start up a bus and send it somewhere, it takes time to bring additional buses online and it takes staff they might not immediately have. Additionally, the biggest difference between buses and ďmonocraftĒ is they do not just simply run a route. The dynamic deployment makes things much more complicated. This is the biggest reason why Disney says and I frequently preach allow at least 1.5 hours to get to your destination when using Disney transportation. There are many variables and you should always be prepared for them.
Having said that, I see Disney is addressing the bus problem. When AoA came online, more buses were added and they have tested those bendable buses as a way to increase capacity on routes and make it at least a little bit more comfortable for people. Thatís not going to prevent lines at peak times, but the idea is to move more people quicker and more efficiently. They are aware of the increase in traffic and are making efforts to prepare for it.

And lastly we get to Watercraft: Bailing out monorails for over 40 years. First, the resort routes at MK are pretty well set and boats do get dynamically deployed after fireworks to move the crowd as quickly as possible. But this is definitely a situation where we need more boats. The addition of BLT had a big effect on the blue route, to the point where we had to change the flow of the 2 launches to accommodate the crowds. Again, itís all the same in the end, but we were able to make a modification that at least makes it look better. The same is inevitably going to happen when the GF DVC opens. The gold route only has 2 launches and we only have 1 spare launch. What we need is at least 1 if not 2 additional cruisers, but apparently the resorts donít want to pay for it. With the current setup, the red/green routes suffer when there is lightning (which shuts down the launches) or when the monorails break(which is likeÖdaily). It forces a cruiser to be transferred to the gold and the red and green routes experience longer wait times because of it. So yes, we need more boats, preferably in the form of cruisers since they are ECV capable and have a much higher capacity than the launches. In addition to that, we need the ability to take boats out for maintenance and cleaning without worrying about the operation. 1 spare launch and 2 insanely slow MK boats are not cutting it.
Next itís on to the ferries. First, as indicated in the blog, I think there has been an increase in the number of people driving. In the last 3.5 years I have definitely noticed an increase in the number of people taking the ferryboats. I doubt itís because anyone listens when we say itís quicker at fireworks time to take the ferry than the monorail, so I can only assume itís because more people are driving. That said, there is really one main issue with the efficiency of the ferryboats which is that we cannot unload and load at the same time. Therefore, more (ferry)boats will only make the situation worse, not better. In order to address this problem, the queue areas at TTC and MK need to be redone to allow simultaneous loading and unloading. Recently we have begun experimenting with the idea by having a ferryboat docked in both the main slip and temp slip at MK during the fireworks exit. The problem is due to the angle of the temp slip at the TTC, it can only be utilized in an emergency situation as it creates a difficult situation for ECVs and strollers. So they are not helping anything with the test they are doing, except putting 1200 people on 2 boats and making them wait to dock. Truthfully, itís all the same in the end. Until they effectively make 2 main slips on each dock and properly configure them, more boats will not help the situation. I also want to add it takes at least 45 minutes to get a ferryboat out of dry dock if monorails go down. If the 3rd boat is already out, it takes 20 minutes to get a crew across, do the necessary checks, and bring the boat online. Again, itís a combination of having the necessary staff and equipment available to help the situation.
The benefit to the boats is if there is a mechanical, medical, or security issue, we have backup slips to utilize so the operation does continue even if it slows things down.
With all that said, information IS being gathered to take a look at the MK watercraft operation. GPS units have been ordered for the boats which will help with more efficient deployment and Iím hoping (speculation here) will lead to some kind of wait time indication being given either on LCDs on the docks, through the My Disney Experience app, or both. Disney is absolutely aware of the increased guest flow and is trying to do something about it, but like any huge corporation, it takes planning, budgeting, etc to get anything done and they move at a snailís pace!

I hope Iíve given a true double sided view here. Iím often critical of Disney, but I see they are making some decisions with regard to transportation that is a step in the right direction. Yes, there are issues, but again, for the size and scope of this privately run operation, we do a pretty good job. Ultimately itís up to the time vs reward value of each individual.
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I can only put my own personal opinion since it's all I really have. :P

I'm from a fairly large city with crappy Public transit and even crappier crowded roads. Around here if you don't live near a public transit hub don't bother using it, driving is easier but parking sucks. Walking or public transit is usually better than worrying you will get towed or get a parking ticket. In that sense I'm fairly use to waiting for trains, buses or even taxis. While I at least twice in 2007 remember waiting a bit longer than I would like for a bus to get 'home' or to a park it still beat driving and getting lost(which happens a lot). There is also the added expense of paying for parking. Since driving is a necessary evil in America and pretty much everyone has to drive to and from work for a living I don't see people not using Disney transportation if it is offered at least once during their vacation especially if it's free with your resort stay. With that said unless gas prices magically get better and the parking goes down, if I stay at a disney resort or any resort that offers a bus, train boat etc. unless I'm waiting hours for it(I never truly waited more than maybe 45 mins for a bus) I'm more likely to take that than drive.

I'm a bit nervous at driving on my upcoming trip to France but since it isn't the US it seems more adventurous. The fact I don't have to be adventurous at Disney World is worth that added hassle of waiting with others on vacation. Usually the buses keep coming and I found that if you wait till after the crowd leaves after the fireworks you can usually get a much less crowded bus to get 'home'. I did this in MK after Wishes on my visit and enjoyed an ice cream at the plaza whiling watching everyone leave. After I finished my ice cream most of the crowd had left with the buses and magically there was an empty bus waiting for us when we went to go 'home' for the night, it was one of the most memorable nights of my vacation. Well that and they 'upgraded' my husbands ice cream. The pure terror(you had to be there)on his face from it was priceless! ahem anyway unless the driving in Flordia is less stressful than in most of the east coast I don't know if I will ever drive. Although I still haven't done Sea World or Bush Gardens Tampa yet so I guess I would have to drive to do that.
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transportation

I think they also need to change the way the handicap riders work.

While waiting for a bus a wheelchair and their family of 15,pulled in and got right on the bus with no wait. Funny thing was the next day at the pool at the hotel the same handicap person was involved in the pool games dancing and jumping in the pool having a great time ...hmmm....

I have over heard many conversations how its worth the extra money to pay for a wheelchair to not wait in lines...... WOW !!!!

maybe this needs to also be addressed !!!!!









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Iím so glad this topic came up, because Iíve got a LOT to say, both good and bad. Letís start with the good:
First, letís take a look at a map thatís been circulating on the Transportation boards. Just take a look at this thing:


Itís huge! Before criticism can be rendered, we have to look at just how massive this operation is and give credit where credit is due. Unofficially, 17 million people visited MK alone last year. Due to the setup, every single one of them had to use Disney transportation to get to MK except those who walked from the Contemporary, which is a relatively small amount of the overall population. That means 34 million used Disney transportation just at MK alone! Now add the resort to DTD routes, park to park routes, people going to dinners, we move a LOT of people in a year. For the size and scope of the operation, overall things run pretty smooth.

Now obviously when crowds rush transportation, there can be issues. Iíll start with monorails since theyíre the red headed step child of transportation. They suck, they break, parts fall out and start fires, bus bars fall off the beams cutting power, I could go onÖand onÖand on. Yeah sure, theyíre ďiconicĒ but what theyíre iconic FOR is starting to change and itís not a good thing. 3 major holidays in a row they broke and caused a LOT of people to be stranded at MK due to boats being down for wind(1 of those 3 times). Iíve seen strings of people walking from MK to TTC in these situations. When monorails break it causes mass chaos for both MK and the other parks because buses have to be brought online to assist watercraft with getting guests out of MK and to the TTC. And itís not just major break downs that cause a problem, it can be a medical emergency, someone puking and the need to clean it up, or a squirrel on the beam that can bring monorail operations to a halt. For this reason, I think it would be a horrible idea to spread monorails to other areas on property. They can barely keep the operation they have running, how on earth are they going to handle more? They have made steps in the right direction by reducing monorail hours to perform maintenance(and thatís a decision I will forever back management on because I see the negative effects of their lack of maintenance the last 10+ years), but that doesnít mean they are ready for an expansion.

Now itís on to buses. Buses are absolutely the work horse of transportation. We run nearly 300 buses every single day. Buses are deployed partially by an automated system and partially by human intervention. This can mean an inconsistent experience depending on who is deploying the buses and what circumstances might be happening elsewhere. For instance, monorails being down and forcing buses to divert causes delays everywhere else. Disney runs X number of buses according to foreseen demand. They canít just start up a bus and send it somewhere, it takes time to bring additional buses online and it takes staff they might not immediately have. Additionally, the biggest difference between buses and ďmonocraftĒ is they do not just simply run a route. The dynamic deployment makes things much more complicated. This is the biggest reason why Disney says and I frequently preach allow at least 1.5 hours to get to your destination when using Disney transportation. There are many variables and you should always be prepared for them.
Having said that, I see Disney is addressing the bus problem. When AoA came online, more buses were added and they have tested those bendable buses as a way to increase capacity on routes and make it at least a little bit more comfortable for people. Thatís not going to prevent lines at peak times, but the idea is to move more people quicker and more efficiently. They are aware of the increase in traffic and are making efforts to prepare for it.

And lastly we get to Watercraft: Bailing out monorails for over 40 years. First, the resort routes at MK are pretty well set and boats do get dynamically deployed after fireworks to move the crowd as quickly as possible. But this is definitely a situation where we need more boats. The addition of BLT had a big effect on the blue route, to the point where we had to change the flow of the 2 launches to accommodate the crowds. Again, itís all the same in the end, but we were able to make a modification that at least makes it look better. The same is inevitably going to happen when the GF DVC opens. The gold route only has 2 launches and we only have 1 spare launch. What we need is at least 1 if not 2 additional cruisers, but apparently the resorts donít want to pay for it. With the current setup, the red/green routes suffer when there is lightning (which shuts down the launches) or when the monorails break(which is likeÖdaily). It forces a cruiser to be transferred to the gold and the red and green routes experience longer wait times because of it. So yes, we need more boats, preferably in the form of cruisers since they are ECV capable and have a much higher capacity than the launches. In addition to that, we need the ability to take boats out for maintenance and cleaning without worrying about the operation. 1 spare launch and 2 insanely slow MK boats are not cutting it.
Next itís on to the ferries. First, as indicated in the blog, I think there has been an increase in the number of people driving. In the last 3.5 years I have definitely noticed an increase in the number of people taking the ferryboats. I doubt itís because anyone listens when we say itís quicker at fireworks time to take the ferry than the monorail, so I can only assume itís because more people are driving. That said, there is really one main issue with the efficiency of the ferryboats which is that we cannot unload and load at the same time. Therefore, more (ferry)boats will only make the situation worse, not better. In order to address this problem, the queue areas at TTC and MK need to be redone to allow simultaneous loading and unloading. Recently we have begun experimenting with the idea by having a ferryboat docked in both the main slip and temp slip at MK during the fireworks exit. The problem is due to the angle of the temp slip at the TTC, it can only be utilized in an emergency situation as it creates a difficult situation for ECVs and strollers. So they are not helping anything with the test they are doing, except putting 1200 people on 2 boats and making them wait to dock. Truthfully, itís all the same in the end. Until they effectively make 2 main slips on each dock and properly configure them, more boats will not help the situation. I also want to add it takes at least 45 minutes to get a ferryboat out of dry dock if monorails go down. If the 3rd boat is already out, it takes 20 minutes to get a crew across, do the necessary checks, and bring the boat online. Again, itís a combination of having the necessary staff and equipment available to help the situation.
The benefit to the boats is if there is a mechanical, medical, or security issue, we have backup slips to utilize so the operation does continue even if it slows things down.
With all that said, information IS being gathered to take a look at the MK watercraft operation. GPS units have been ordered for the boats which will help with more efficient deployment and Iím hoping (speculation here) will lead to some kind of wait time indication being given either on LCDs on the docks, through the My Disney Experience app, or both. Disney is absolutely aware of the increased guest flow and is trying to do something about it, but like any huge corporation, it takes planning, budgeting, etc to get anything done and they move at a snailís pace!

I hope Iíve given a true double sided view here. Iím often critical of Disney, but I see they are making some decisions with regard to transportation that is a step in the right direction. Yes, there are issues, but again, for the size and scope of this privately run operation, we do a pretty good job. Ultimately itís up to the time vs reward value of each individual.
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Disney World is roughly 1.5 times the size of Manhattan, a city I'm well acquainted with. I guess I'm just used to the imperfections of any mass transit system, and feel lucky that Disney offers the service for free. All in all, I've found there to be few times when things were crazy crowded, and even then it was only for a few minutes. It beats the city bus during rush hour.

I've always been a fan. I'd image, however, that if you weren't used to mass transit, that it may seem slow or crowded, but I think it comes with the territory of moving that many people.

That said, sure it would be nice to have an extra bus or two around closing time. But I'm pretty low key and will sit if I need to, or run when I need to.

overall I think they do a pretty good job!
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We have been going to WDW at least annually for over 22 years now (ugh, that makes me old) and always stay on site, varying our resorts from deluxe to value. The bus service has seriously deteriorated over that time and keeps getting worse. I know the resort system has gotten bigger over that time but the bus system has not kept up with it. You used to be able to get a bus to/from your resort to/from any park every 10 minutes and you didn't share with any other resort. The first sharing we experienced was when we had the 2 Port Orleans resorts but it wasn't bad because the buses were frequent, any time of the day. Fast forward to today and you maybe get a bus from your resort to a park every 20 minutes and you will always share with at least one resort, if not more, even in the deluxe resorts. In fact, it seems sometimes that the value resorts get more frequent service because they are so much larger. When AKL opened, we were very happy to stay there and the bus service was great to any park. Now, we avoid it because the bus service has deteriorated so much - much longer waits for any bus, including those going to AK. We now stay only at resorts where we have options other than buses and sometimes use our car or taxis to get around, especially to Downtown Disney (don't get me started on that one and the water parks). I am particularly upset with the bus service at deluxe resorts - if I am paying a premium price for a deluxe resort, I do not expect to have to share buses with other resorts or wait 20 minutes or more for a bus to get me someplace. Coming back from a park near closing is ridiculous - no one should have to wait that long or endure the crowded conditions that we face.

I have always loved WDW because it was a safe and fun place to visit - when I was a single mom, I could bring my DS and we could have a great vacation - never had to drive anywhere, felt totally safe, and we had good, fun meals at the restaurants. Now with a new DH and DD, it is still safe but not nearly as much fun - we have to plan meals 6 months in advance, the food isn't nearly as good, you have to wake up super early and get to the parks so you don't spend hours in line, and the transportation is horrible so we end up driving more than we want or spending money to take taxis. We still come to visit but we end up spending more time doing other things - going to Universal, Sea World, etc. - or just spending more time at our resort at the pool, etc. Nothing wrong with that but we are almost to the point of not visiting anymore - my DH doesn't come with us most times now because he can't stand paying so much and having to spend so much time waiting. When DD and I went in June 2012, we spent more time hanging at our resort than we did at the parks and we didn't even go to HS.
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We have been going to WDW at least annually for over 22 years now (ugh, that makes me old) and always stay on site, varying our resorts from deluxe to value. The bus service has seriously deteriorated over that time and keeps getting worse. I know the resort system has gotten bigger over that time but the bus system has not kept up with it. You used to be able to get a bus to/from your resort to/from any park every 10 minutes and you didn't share with any other resort. The first sharing we experienced was when we had the 2 Port Orleans resorts but it wasn't bad because the buses were frequent, any time of the day. Fast forward to today and you maybe get a bus from your resort to a park every 20 minutes and you will always share with at least one resort, if not more, even in the deluxe resorts. In fact, it seems sometimes that the value resorts get more frequent service because they are so much larger. When AKL opened, we were very happy to stay there and the bus service was great to any park. Now, we avoid it because the bus service has deteriorated so much - much longer waits for any bus, including those going to AK. We now stay only at resorts where we have options other than buses and sometimes use our car or taxis to get around, especially to Downtown Disney (don't get me started on that one and the water parks). I am particularly upset with the bus service at deluxe resorts - if I am paying a premium price for a deluxe resort, I do not expect to have to share buses with other resorts or wait 20 minutes or more for a bus to get me someplace. Coming back from a park near closing is ridiculous - no one should have to wait that long or endure the crowded conditions that we face.

I have always loved WDW because it was a safe and fun place to visit - when I was a single mom, I could bring my DS and we could have a great vacation - never had to drive anywhere, felt totally safe, and we had good, fun meals at the restaurants. Now with a new DH and DD, it is still safe but not nearly as much fun - we have to plan meals 6 months in advance, the food isn't nearly as good, you have to wake up super early and get to the parks so you don't spend hours in line, and the transportation is horrible so we end up driving more than we want or spending money to take taxis. We still come to visit but we end up spending more time doing other things - going to Universal, Sea World, etc. - or just spending more time at our resort at the pool, etc. Nothing wrong with that but we are almost to the point of not visiting anymore - my DH doesn't come with us most times now because he can't stand paying so much and having to spend so much time waiting. When DD and I went in June 2012, we spent more time hanging at our resort than we did at the parks and we didn't even go to HS.
This is all the result of massive growth and a system that is perhaps too dynamic. Thanks to the rise in international tourism, slow periods are nearly non existent. I think the majority of transportation complaints still stem from buses. I also think that even if you go in peak times, you CAN avoid the long lines if you know how to strategize. That doesn't mean meticulously planning the day. It just means doing what everybody else isn't. If everyone else is leaving at fireworks, wait until after the crowd. Or watch the fireworks like half way down main street, turn around and walk straight out afterwards. You'll be way ahead of the crowds. I know people shouldn't "have" to do these things, but it really has become a situation where you have to always be one step ahead of everyone else. That's what makes a site like this so great, because you have so much information and tips that believe it or not, most visitors don't know. Some still don't know what a fast pass is....
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I love the transportation system at WDW! I' ve never had a problem with waits or overcrowding, but I generally go off season (for good reason!). The sheer scope of the system in itself is impressive, and I think you need to just CHILL and remember you're on vacation! Whats the hurry? Stop and smell the roses!! I always see the huge mass exodus from MK after Wishes and shake my head. Its my fav time to find a bench, sit down and relax and people watch! I think a lot of it is going in with the right mindset.

As for the comments about the people who abuse the system, using wheelchairs/scooters, I have seen a lot of them in my recent visits, large groups, with one scooter, and every day a different person would be in the scooter . It's a shame that people abuse the system and make a bad image for those people who truly need the assistance. Again you ignore these people and don't let it get to you!
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