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PHOTOS, VIDEO: Beep, Beep! Walt Disney World Parking Lot Courtesy Trams Return to Service After 644 Days

Parking lot tram service has finally returned to Walt Disney World, starting with the Transportation and Ticket Center in front of Magic Kingdom.

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Trams transport guests from near their parking space to security at the Transportation and Ticket Center, and back again at the end of the day.

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Service started at 9:00 a.m. today after a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Cast Members.

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We hopped on the red tram for a ride around the parking lot.

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Two trams were running on each side of the parking lot, which is split into Heroes and Villains.

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Tram service will return to other Walt Disney World parks throughout 2022.

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Take a ride in our video below, just to feel something again:

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  1. So excited some crumbs fell off of Cheapskate’s table and we got something back that should be standard. Maybe if we hope really really hard they will put paper towels back in the washrooms!

  2. Yea! It’s about time Disney! The rides always start with the trams from the parking lots. Especially on the first day of your vacation.

  3. Is it just me, or does anyone else think that the tram cars should match the color of the cab. At least have a colored stripe along the cars.

    Personally, since they are branding the trams as “Disney Transport”, why not follow the same theming of the buses and use the new red/black colors and modernized logo? Otherwise it just looks like a hodgepodge design.

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