WDW Transportation
  • On Apr 10, 2019
    Pat from MI Asked

    Are the buses marked for the location they are taking you? If I am at Epcot and want to go back to Port Orlean, will the bus have that listed?

    Welcome, Pat!

    Disney makes it so easy for guests to make their way between the parks and resorts of Walt Disney World by using Disney buses, monorails and water transportation. It may seem overwhelming since there are so many resorts and different transportation options, but believe me, it's as clear as can be once you arrive.

    As you exit each park, you'll see signs guiding you to the transportation. To take a bus to Port Orleans Riverside and Port Orleans French Quarter Resorts, just glance up at the sign that will tell you which bus stop outside Epcot serves which resort. Then, walk over to that bus stop and soon the bus marked Port Orleans will be arriving to take you back to your home away from home.

    Each bus stop is clearly marked, as are the buses, but even before you get to the bus stops, that large sign will list each resort and park with their bus stop numbers so you don't have to walk around looking at each bus stop. Mickey and his crew really know how to make it easy for their guests. Plus, as a tired parent with kids after a long exciting day in the parks, I want to get to my resort as quickly as possible, so I very much appreciate all of the signage that doesn't leave me wondering what to do. In fact, my kids like to make a game out of who can first spot which number our resort's bus stop is. 

    You'll easily find it at each park, Pat.

    Have fun on your exciting adventure!

    Marcy
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