• On Jul 22, 2019
    Denise from PA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    On our next WDW visit, we will have 3 individuals on ECV scooters. Other than taking 2 buses everywhere, is there a transportation service to purchase/rent that can accommodate 3 scooters plus the family to the parks/Disney Springs?

    Hi, Denise! Thanks for bringing your question to the Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    While there are a lot of complimentary transportation options between the Walt Disney World Resort hotels, Theme Parks and Disney Springs, you will unfortunately be limited with the number of ECVs in your Party. 

    Walt Disney World Resort buses can generally accommodate two ECVs per vehicle and specially-requested Minnie Van Service vehicles can accommodate one ECV and up to three additional Guests. Some water transportation options (such as the ferryboats between the Transportation and Ticket Center and Magic Kingdom Park) could potentially hold all three of the ECVs in your Party, but your best bet for being able to travel together will be to use the Monorail service to Magic Kingdom Park and Epcot. To get to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park or Disney Springs, your best bet will be for your Party to split up between two or more buses. 

    Should you choose to employ Disney’s Minnie Van Service at any point during your trip, you’ll want to call ahead to arrange an accessible vehicle. These tend to take a little longer to arrive, so I would plan to request one 45 minutes to an hour ahead of when you would need it. Buses generally run every 20 minutes between the Walt Disney World Resort hotels and Theme Parks and every 30 minutes for the Water Parks. Talk to a Transportation Cast Member at your point of departure to learn about the options for travelling via bus to Disney Springs.

    Should you need more information before or during your Walt Disney World Resort vacation, you can also contact Disability Services to see if they can offer suggestions for any additional assistance. In the meantime, please let us know if we can answer any more questions for you.

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