Walt Disney World Ending Express Transportation Service

The Express Transportation service is ending at the Walt Disney World Resort. The service debuted in late 2016 and provided guests a quicker way to get from one theme park to another - for an additional fee.

Express Transportation service ending at Disney WorldExpress Transportation service ending at Disney World

Guests who had the Park Hopper option on their theme park tickets could purchase the Express Transportation service at any of the four theme parks and use the service to travel between parks, without using the free Disney Parks bus system.

The Express Transportation system was supposed to cut down your travel time by using the backstage areas at the theme parks and avoiding the main bus pick up and drop off areas.

A single-day Express Transportation pass was $15 per person and a multi-day pass was $24 per person and was good for seven days.

The last day for Express Transportation at Disney World is August 22.

Had you used Express Transportation during a visit to Disney World? Let us know in the comments.


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