It seems that every day we are able to celebrate a new change to the health and safety guidelines at Walt Disney World. Check out the Disney transportation that has now completely removed physical distancing markers.
Walt Disney World reported that they would begin to make “temporary adjustments to promote physical distancing. This is a gradual, phased approach so we won’t see changes overnight, but this is a step towards a more full Guest experience.
Recently, the Disney Skyliner returned to loading multiple touring parties in one gondola again. Loading multiple parties in one gondola will help to reduce wait times.
Recently, Disney also removed physical distancing markers from the queue line of the Monorail. This allowed for more Guests to squeeze together while waiting to board. The capacity was increased aboard the monorail in a BIG way on June 7th. Guests were once again invited to stand in the monorail cars. These locations were noted with stickers labeled “Please wait here.”
At this time, touring parties are still seated together aboard the monorail including the Guests utilizing the “Please wait here” standing marker. This big change reminds us of what monorail rides looked like prior to the Park closures.
Resort Ferry Boat
Guests utilizing the Resort ferry boats noticed a BIG change today. These smaller Resort ferry boats are available for transporting Guests from the Magic Kingdom to the Polynesian Village, the Grand Floridian Resort, Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground, and Disney’s Wilderness Lodge.
Previously, Guests noticed that select seats were unavailable with markers stating, “For your safety, not available.” Today, these markers have all been removed with the exception of markers remaining near the ferry captain’s seat.
Previously, Guests noticed that select seats were unavailable with markers stating, “For your safety, not available.”
This will definitely allow even more Guests aboard going to and returning from the Magic Kingdom. Increased capacity aboard Disney transportation is great news as this will be a very busy summer at Walt Disney World.
With the removal of all these physical distancing markers, will this be a sign of more changes to come? We will continue to keep you updated to the changing health and safety guidelines.
Today, these markers have all been removed with the exception of markers remaining near the ferry captain’s seat.
What do you think of this change? Do you think that more big changes will be coming to Disney transportation in the near future? Share your thoughts with us on our Facebook Page.