Tokyo Disney Resort Line Monorail Reducing Service Amid Extended COVID-19 Closure
Believe it or not, the Disney Resort Line monorail at Tokyo Disney Resort continues to run while the parks are closed. Every day, the train has operated at 6 to 13 minute intervals, usually with two trains on the system at once. But in light of the continued closure extensions and the shuttering of the Disney Hotels, the Maihama Resort Line Company announced today that service reductions will come in to effect April 6th.
The last train from Resort Gateway Station will move up from 11:30pm to 8:03pm.
One train will run at a time at 13 minute headways.
No alternative transit methods will make up for service cuts.
Additionally, the exits at Tokyo Disneyland Station closed on April 2nd. Since Tokyo Disneyland and the Tokyo Disneyland Hotel are closed, there’s no reason to allow Guests to leave the platform. Cast Members are still at the station to assist Guests, and Guests may walk along the platform freely.
Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo DisneySea, and the Disney Hotels are temporarily closed through at least April 20th. Ikspiari is tentatively reopening on April 13th. This will likely change as case numbers track up in Japan. Keep your eyes on reliable global news sources for up-to-date information regarding COVID-19 in Japan and your home country.
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