It’s been three weeks since the Disney Skyliner accident took place at Walt Disney World and six days since the Caribbean Beach Resort to Disney’s Art of Animation and Pop Century Resort line went down due to issues with the ADA load station. Last night, the Epcot line went down for over an hour, and currently the line that connects Epcot and the Caribbean Beach Resort is down again.
Yup. On it right now 🤦🏼♀️27 min so far
— Beth Corcoran (@RungineerBeth) November 1, 2019
Guests are reporting in saying they’ve been stuck for 27 minutes. At this point, we’re looking at well over an hour of being stuck in a gondola. Since publishing time, the line has resumed operation, but it’s clear that the issues seem to be reoccurring and have not been resolved yet.
— Mrs Parker-Van Dyke (@dramaqueenpvd) November 1, 2019
The issue seems to be the ADA load station, which is used for wheelchairs, ECVs, and other guests that may need more time to board to the main line. Gondolas that pass through the ADA load station appear to continuously get stuck, having a hard time transferring to the main line, causing major delays.
Some guests understandably remain apprehensive about the now-controversial form of Disney transportation, and recent issues with the Skyliner system don’t offer much reassurance. We’ll keep you updated on any future downtime or issues that affect any of the Disney Skyliner lines.