New Transportation and Ticket Center Trash Cans at Walt Disney World

Shannen Ace

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Two blue trash cans with recycling and waste symbols are placed near a turnstile at an outdoor area, with buildings and a cloudy sky in the background.

New Transportation and Ticket Center Trash Cans at Walt Disney World

The Transportation and Ticket Center at Walt Disney World has new themed trash cans to match the center’s 2021 makeover.

Transportation and Ticket Center Trash Cans

Two blue trash cans with recycling and waste symbols are placed near a turnstile at an outdoor area, with buildings and a cloudy sky in the background.

The new trash cans are royal blue with brighter blue edges. The TTC logo is on the front in lighter and darker shades of blue. The logo features the abbreviation “TTC” in a central circle and “Transportation & Ticket Center” on a border.

A blue trash can, seemingly an auto draft of urban design, is placed on a paved sidewalk near a building entrance with stairs, surrounded by greenery.
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We first spotted two new trash cans at the Magic Kingdom Monorail entrance archway. The entrance archways were repainted blue with gold marquees for the 50th anniversary of Magic Kingdom.

A blue trash can is placed on a walkway near a bench and a trimmed hedge, with a group of people gathered in the distance under a partially shaded area, almost as if set by an auto draft.

Another new trash can was later added to the esplanade behind the ticket booths.

Two trash cans, one for general waste and one for bottles and cans only, painted in vibrant purple, yellow, and green, stand out against a fence and grassy area in the background.
Two trash cans, one for general waste and one for bottles and cans only, painted in vibrant purple, yellow, and green, stand out against a fence and grassy area in the background.

The old TTC trash cans were the same bright colors that the archways and other architecture used to be — purple, yellow, and teal, as pictured above.

The Transportation and Ticket Center is located across the Seven Seas Lagoon from Magic Kingdom. It’s where guests can park and then catch a Monorail or ferryboat to the park. There are also Monorail lines to nearby resort hotels and EPCOT.

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