Walt Disney World Resort is currently one of the busiest times of the year.
Guests at Disney World fill the parks at Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom, with long lines at top attractions over the past few days.
The week between Christmas and New Year is considered the busiest week of the year, but be aware that there are many other busy times of the year. In fact, there are fewer hours of “low” congestion and more hours of congestion levels.
The Motley Fool reports that the revival of the Walt Disney World Railroad is another attempt by Disney to ease congestion, as it can reportedly carry more than 3,000 passengers per hour. is shown.
“The long-awaited weekend return of the Walt Disney World Railroad brings back one of the park’s highest capacity services, reportedly capable of receiving more than 3,000 visitors an hour. The timing couldn’t have been better, and not just because the Steam team arrived during peak holiday travel season: Disney World plans to close the Splash Mountain log flume ride next month, It will be refurbished before reopening as Tiana’s Bayou Adventures with Princess and Frog update in late 2024. Train instead.
This “increased capacity” will allow Disney World to prevent the Magic Kingdom from overrunning and preventing areas from becoming overcrowded.
It’s certainly not an exact science, but it will be interesting to see how the audience is distributed once the Tron Lightcycle/Run opens to the public next year. Of course that would probably be done by a virtual queue. As a way to spread congestion and make queue wait times more manageable.
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