PHOTOS: Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover Temporarily Closed for Second Consecutive Day at the Magic Kingdom

It’s been a rough couple of weeks for the Magic Kingdom, what with Jungle Cruise boats sinking and even ghosts failing to materialize at The Haunted Mansion for days on end. In another seeming addition to the problems plaguing the Most Magical Place on Earth, the Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover has been temporarily closed.

Cast Members stated that the attraction went down sometime around 1:00 PM yesterday and has not reopened since.

The attraction is expected to be closed all day today, with no known reopening date in the coming days. An A-frame sign was placed just outside the queue informing guests that the PeopleMover is not operating at this time.

We’ll keep you updated on the status of the beloved Tomorrowland grand circle tour. The last issues to affect the PeopleMover included a possible electrical fire early this January, but it is unknown what issues are affecting the attraction at this time.

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Doug
Doug
7 months ago

What is going on with Disney World? I remember when things there didn’t break down so much.

Walter
Walter
7 months ago
Reply to  Doug

Most of these things are north of 40 years old, with the Haunted Mansion approaching 50. They’ll need more frequent downtime or wholesale replacement of parts (which can’t be easy for a unique system like the PeopleMover).

Paul Zimmerman
Paul Zimmerman
7 months ago
Reply to  Doug

I remember when people like Chapek didn’t run the place. But I’m sure that’s just a coincidence.

franklin
franklin
7 months ago

Haunted Mansion at DL is closed for a months long refurb at the moment. It sounds like the one in Florida could use the same TLC if they can spare the ride capacity.