|WDW Bus Transportation|
In recent years if you want to get around
WDW you spend a lot of time on Disney busses and at Disney bus stops
(unless you drive yourself). Everywhere you go on property you are
just about guaranteed to have to cross paths with a Disney bus.
Currently, the busses at WDW are probably Disney's most efficient
way to get around for most routes. Busses usually run every 15-30
minutes depending on the route. There usually isn't a problem getting
on the first bus that arrives, except at park closing or opening
where you may have to wait a couple of busses to get on. Disney
does a pretty good job of adding busses to busy routes when needed,
but you can still get stuck waiting for what may seem eternity if
you are in the crowd that leaves the park at closes.
When the parks close early you may end up spending a lot of time making connections at the Disney Springs bus stops because those are the only ones open. We were there in March when the parks were operating on reduced hours, meaning they were closed by 8pm most nights. We usually had dinners that lasted well past 8pm at various resorts. To get around we had to always make connections at Disney Springs, so be sure to plan in extra time when traveling after park hours.
If you are unsure about a specific bus or route ask the bus driver and they are usually more than happy to help you out.
|As a rule busses travel from each resort (or group of resorts)
to a hub (theme park). Just follow the signs, Disney has everything
very well marked.