PHOTOS: Construction Continues on Downtown Disney District Parking Tram Station at Disneyland Resort

With parking lot trams set to return to Disneyland Resort soon, the Downtown Disney District tram station is undergoing a major renovation to prepare for their return.


This week, we got a look at some construction happening at the Downtown Disney parking tram loading station.


Here you can see one of the construction workers operating a vehicle.


The brand name Wirtgen on this truck appears to indicate that the “dirt” you see is asphalt being removed and poured into a dump truck to be hauled away.


Here you can see a close up of the green construction fencing dividing the site from guest walking paths.


Guest parking trams normally transport guests from the theme park entrances to the Mickey and Friends and Pixar Pals parking structures. The trams have not resumed operations since Disneyland Resort reopened after the COVID-19 closure but their return was announced last year for “early 2022”.

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  1. i wish they would put rails to separate lines, people just can’t seem to understand that there are multiple lines. One line per row of seats and people flow would be less chaotic and streamlined

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