Facts and Figures

Operator Disney
System Type Monorail
Year Opened 1971
# of Lines 3
# of Cars 12 trains
Mileage 14.7 miles
Gauge N/A
Stations 6
Power power rails
Data Date 2016
1st Visit 7/1993
Last Visit 3/2014
% Rode 100%

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WDW Monorail

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The Walt Disney World Monorail system is not just an amusement park ride. It is a transportation system. The original 2 track loop around a lake serves the many hotels, the Ticketing and Transportation Center (TTC) and the main entrance to the Magic Kingdom. One track is an express serving just the TTC and MK. The other track makes the milk run serving all hotel stops. 

The other line is a single track line serving Epcot Center. It starts at the TTC and runs in one long loop (Some may argue this is a double track), to Epcot Center. There is talk of expanding the monorail system to serve more hotels, water parks, MGM and Animal Kingdom. Lets hope they do, there is a lot of traffic and the buses are not enough.


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