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On the evening of January 4, Disney announced via signage around Pop Century Resort that as of January 5, bus service to and from Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Epcot would be limited to one bus per hour and that guests were encouraged to utilize the Disney Skyliner for transportation to and from those parks.
As of January 7, Disney has officially announced that all of the resorts directly on the Disney Skyliner will have limited bus service to Hollywood Studios and Epcot. The affected resorts are Pop Century, Art of Animation, Disney’s Riviera Resort and Caribbean Beach.
These resorts will, according to signs posted from Disney, have busses running to Hollywood Studios and Epcot once an hour. Guests are encouraged to use the Disney Skyliner system.
Busses running from these resorts to Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom and Disney Springs are unaffected and will continue run approximately every 20 minutes.
The Disney Skyliner A state-of-the-art gondola system will allow seamless connection from Disney’s Hollywood Studios and International Gateway at Epcot to the following Walt Disney World Resort hotels: Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, Disney’s Art of Animation Resort, Disney’s Pop Century Resort and the brand new, Disney’s Riviera Resort.
Traveling at speeds of approximately 11 mph, guests will be moving swiftly to their destination on the Disney Skyliner. On average, the typical ride on this magical mode of transportation will last between five and 15 minutes. Those with a fear of heights should take heed that the gondolas will travel at heights ranging from fifteen feet to sixty feet in the air.
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