It’s about to get a lot simpler to go to Disney World.
On Monday, rail firm Brightline introduced that it has made an settlement with Walt Disney World Resort to construct a prepare station at Disney Springs.
The out of doors procuring, eating and leisure advanced in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., isn’t technically inside any of Disney’s 4 theme parks or two water parks, however it does have entry to the resort’s transportation system.
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In keeping with the announcement, the brand new prepare station will join Disney Springs to Orlando Worldwide Airport, Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Seashore by prepare. The corporate is anticipating to finish its line growth from West Palm Seashore to Orlando Worldwide Airport by 2022.
Brightline additionally plans so as to add stations in Aventura, Boca Raton and Port Miami.
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“Brightline will offer a car-free connection to the millions of visitors from around the state and the world who plan to make Walt Disney World Resort part of their vacation plans,” Patrick Goddard, Brightline’s president stated in an announcement. “Our mission has always been to connect our guests to the people and places that matter, and Walt Disney World Resort is a tremendous example of this.”
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In keeping with the announcement, the brand new station at Disney Springs is predicted to have a foyer, passenger services and an upper-level prepare platform.
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In an announcement, Walt Disney World Resort President Jeff Vahle stated the brand new line would “support our local economy and offer a bold, forward-looking transportation solution for our community and guests.”
“We’re excited to work with Brightline as they pursue the potential development of a train station at Walt Disney World Resort,” Vahle stated,
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