PHOTOS: New Rules for Strollers Aboard Disneyland Tram Transportation Lines Effective October 7th

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Before we decided to eat our in weight in rainbow-themed treats in Disneyland today, we were alerted to new stroller rules coming to the resort.

Starting October 7th, 2019, guests now have to have their strollers folded prior to boarding the Mickey & Friends tram, and the Pixar Pals Tram.

Of course, strollers are required to be folded any on Disney mode of transport. But, if this doesn’t work for your family, there’s a walkway available to the Disneyland Resort parks and the Downtown Disney district from Level 2 of the Pixar Pals parking structure.

On the other side of this nifty card we were given outlining the new rules, there’s also the Spanish translated version.

The card also reminds families that wagons of any kind are not permitted in the parks, a rule we saw go into place this summer.

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Alicia

Growing up a native Floridian, I've been visiting the parks since I was three months old. I love all things Winnie the Pooh, Hidden Mickey hunting, and dole whips.

Questions or comments? Email me at [email protected] or find me on Instagram @aliciaj_13

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Jose
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Jose

There’s a larger row in the last car of the tram that has always accommodated open strollers. We use the stroller to transport a disabled young child, which means when we get on the tram we leave all our stuff on the open stroller and put him on the tram seat. Does this mean that will no longer be an option?

Lauren
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Lauren

Since he is sitting in the seat sound like all you need to do is hold your stuff or walk if foldind it up is that big of a deal.

Kris
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Kris

I recommend calling Disney for clarification on this one, but my guess is that your family may not be affected. Accessibility needs can sometimes outweigh these kinds of policy changes. (Disney often considers accessibility to fall under the umbrella of guest safety, and when that happens, accessibility is more important than courtesy, efficiency, and show.) Do you use a red stroller=wheelchair tag on the stroller? You can get one of these at City Hall or the Chamber of Commerce. If you have the tag, throughout the resort, the stroller will generally be given the same level of access that a… Read more »

Jose
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Jose

Thank you for your thoughtful response. We don’t get the tag, only because it didn’t seem necessary, we try to get by whenever possible with minimal fuss. He’s able to get up for short stretches, and we encourage that. Most rides we get return times for accessibility from guest services and walk in through the fast pass lane where available, he can usually get through a day like this with a couple of catnaps in between to recharge like many kids do. The tram ride allows him to do something he is capable of and share with everyone, and he… Read more »

Tammy Lin
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Tammy Lin

In other news, I think they’re loosening up on the stroller width limitation imposed earlier this year as there seems to be huge ones rolling around the park (Disneyland) again.

Andrea
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Andrea

Guess I’ll have to walk. There’s no way for me, alone with 2 toddlers, to hold them plus all their stuff AND the folded stroller too. I love Disney, I just wish they didn’t keep making it more and more difficult for a parent with multiple little ones.