Disney gets new train station for connection to Orlando Airport
It gets a lot easier to visit Disney World.
On Monday, Railroad Company Brightline announced that it had reached an agreement with Walt Disney World Resort to build a train station in Disney Springs.
The outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment complex in Lake Buena Vista, Florida is technically not in one of Disney’s four theme parks or two water parks, but it does have access to the resort’s transportation system.
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According to the announcement, the new Disney Springs station will connect by train to Orlando International Airport, Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach. The company expects to complete the line extension from West Palm Beach to Orlando International Airport by 2022.
Walt Disney World Resorts has reached an agreement with Brightline that will allow the railroad to build a train station in Disney Springs that will make it easier for people to access the Disney theme parks. (iStock)
Brightline also plans to add stations in Aventura, Boca Raton and Port Miami.
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“Brightline provides car-free connectivity to millions of visitors from across the state and around the world planning to add Walt Disney World Resort to their vacation plans,” said Patrick Goddard, president of Brightline, in a statement. “Our mission has always been to connect our guests with the people and places that matter, and Walt Disney World Resort is a great example of that.”
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According to the announcement, the new station in Disney Springs will have a lobby, passenger facilities and a platform on the upper level.
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In a statement, Jeff Vahle, president of Walt Disney World Resort said the new line would “support our local economy and provide a bold, future-oriented transportation solution for our community and guests”.
“We are excited to partner with Brightline to advance the potential development of a train station at Walt Disney World Resort,” said Vahle.
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