PHOTOS: Newly Refurbished Monorail Green Debuts New Interior at Walt Disney World

It might not be the brand new monorail everyone has been wanting, but Monorail Green made its debut after an extensive refurbishment. Today we spotted the “new” Monorail Green running on the Express Line between the Transportation and Ticket Center and the Magic Kingdom.

According to Cast Members at the Transportation and Ticket Center monorail station, Monorail Green received a new interior, brakes, and a new coat of paint. Let’s take a look at this newly refurbished monorail train!

Here we can see the refurbished Monorail Green pulling through the Contemporary Resort.

The interior of the train is totally redone, gone are the teal seats and wall carpet.

Even the floor and the paneling on and by the wall of the train got some TLC!

A whole new warning graphic for overtop of the doors, gone are the temporary stickers seen on the other monorail trains.

What do you think of the refreshed Monorail Green?

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Monkeypoopants
Monkeypoopants
11 months ago

The smell. What about the smell?

Stuart
Stuart
11 months ago

Looks good. We need someone to monitor if this breaks down any and when, as this will tell a lot about how much they serviced this specific monorail.

Eddy
Eddy
11 months ago

I am certain WDW will use these nessecary upgrades to raise tickets prices again and again!

Lane Lundeby
Lane Lundeby
11 months ago

Maybe the new ones wont smell like the NYC subway…. (Garbage and Urine)

Ryan
Ryan
11 months ago

This means no new monorails, doesn’t it?

jak
jak
11 months ago

I know it’s just lipstick on a pig, but boy it sure is nice lipstick!

J from California
J from California
11 months ago

Instead of refurbishing, can Tokyo send WDW their old monorails when the new ones arrive? Their old monorails are still newer than the current WDW line

Ajhsys
Ajhsys
11 months ago

Considering the extent of mechanical problem that are being reported, this sounds like putting lipstick on a pig. These trains are still way past their expiration date and should probably be replaced. Newer technology would prove to be more reliable in the long run. Its nice to have a hobby and pour money into a classic car to keep it on the road, but that is much more expensive than buying a brand new car for reliable transportation.

Bob from Toledo
Bob from Toledo
11 months ago

Good looking lipstick for the pig. Totally conceals the fact its 700 years old. Thanks Chapek.

Melissa
Melissa
11 months ago

The AC works and it doesn’t smell like a large animal enclosure, so that’s a definite plus!

Scott Whiley
Scott Whiley
11 months ago

That’s fantastic welcome back monorail Green

Scott Whiley
Scott Whiley
11 months ago

I think monorail red is next then yellow and orange and blue and black and peach and silver are the next colour monorails yet to be refurbished