PHOTOS: Walt Disney World Bus Fleet Stationed at Magic Kingdom Parking Lot During Coronavirus (COVID-19) Closure

With the theme parks of the Walt Disney World Resort closed due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and the Disney-owned resort hotels set to close today, many of the resort buses have been parked in the Magic Kingdom parking lot.

These chilling images show off a mighty transportation system brought to a standstill.

If you look closely, you can see some of the character-wrapped buses that have begun service around Walt Disney World in the last year.

Sorry, Pua, but you and Moana won’t be seeing guests for a while.

These images really inspire appreciation of just how many buses make up the Walt Disney World Transportation System.

Of course, now it’s easy to get a photo of the relatively new Mickey Mouse-wrapped bus.

Hopefully, the worst passes quickly and these buses can return to serving guests around The Vacation Kingdom of the World real soon.

Keep reading WDWNT for continuing coverage of the Coronavirus pandemic’s effect on Disney Parks operations and more.


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