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  • Resort transport?

    Given that they're talking about the resort being such a huge size, what kind of resort transport will there be?

    Monorails perhaps? PRT? or just buses?
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    Re: Resort transport?

    Good question, I'm curious what they do myself. I wonder if it will end up like DLP with nothing really, but buses and links to public transport? I would love for a resort to best WDW in it's transport options!
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      Re: Resort transport?

      The "within walking distance" of the hotels is certainly of an advantage. Maybe Shanghai will be the same despite the size of the property.
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        Re: Resort transport?

        I do have to admit, that having hotels so close is an advantage. But, then you're left with lots of open space surrounding the resort. Maybe that's good though, so you have a huge buffer to keep the real world out. I guess we won't know until we see a layout of the resort as a whole.
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          Re: Resort transport?

          I believe DLP has moving walkways like they have in airports, in the car park.

          I think Shanghai will position the hotels around the bigger lake. I hope they make the train station close to the park entrance and most people will come on public transport.

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            Re: Resort transport?

            ^Yes they do have travelators at DLRP. Saves on having trams.
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