Disney FASTPASS to Return to Autopia at Disneyland & Debut at Monsters, Inc. Mike & Sulley to the Rescue! at Disney California Adventure

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If you’re tired of waiting in lines for an Autopia car or a Monstropolis taxi, your luck is about to change.

Disneyland Autopia at night, Tomorrowland Terrace and Star Wars Launch Bay

Disney Parks Blog confirmed that Disney FASTPASS will return to Disneyland’s Autopia “soon.” The attraction offered the service, but it was removed in 2015.

In addition, the service will also becoming to Monsters, Inc. Mike & Sulley to the Rescue! at Disney California Adventure. This will be the first time the service will be available for the attraction.

Disney also confirmed that Disney MaxPass will also be coming to both attractions, but did not say exactly when guests would be able to utilize FASTPASS and MaxPass.

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Monsters can’t handle fastpass. That ride has a capacity of about 6 an hour.

Tom Corless
Tom Corless

The line is regularly pretty long, I’m all for it.


The loading process is already slow at Monsters Inc, mix that with low capacity and wait times are going to go through the roof for this attraction.

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Disney Fan

Dumbest idea ever. Every time I have been at DCA to ride Monsters the line is no more than 5 minutes long.