• On Aug 18, 2017
    Belinda from NH Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    What is the transportation schedule at Disney World?

    Hi Belinda!

    Walt Disney World is one of the largest vacation destinations in the world and it does indeed cover many miles. If you are not bringing your own car you don't have to worry about getting from one place to another as Disney offers Complimentary Transportation throughout the property.

    You will find bus, boat, and monorail options from all of the parks and resorts. Each of these modes will run on a schedule of about every 15-20 minutes. So if you are needing a bus to a park and are waiting at a resort stop then generally that is the amount of time that the buses will run. Each of the resort main stops will also have screens that will show when the next park bus is arriving. This will change as a bus gets caught up in traffic but it lets you know how far away a bus is to reach you.

    The boats and the monorails also run on a typical schedule. Monorails might take less or longer due to traffic on the rails or work being done.

    The transportation does not run on a specific time schedule but instead at a time interval. Usually the longest time you will wait at a stop is 20 minutes but of course there are exceptions due to traffic or accidents so patience is always necessary.
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