LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. - There may soon be a new way to travel across the Walt Disney World Resort.
According to multiple reports, Disney is considering building a new cable car or gondola-type transportation system that will carry visitors to various parts of the sprawling resort.
The reports say the system would have stations at the International Gateway entrance to Epcot, the Boardwalk Resort, Caribbean Beach Resort, Pop Century Resort and Disney's Hollywood Studios.
While most Disney fans would love to see the resort's popular monorail system expand, the costs would reportedly be exorbitant.
Orlando Weekly reports that a certain cable car/gondola systems could carry up to 30 guests in a single cabin, with up to 200 cabins on the line.
Several people have already seen buildings under constructed at the locations listed, according to Micechat.com.
A cable car/gondola system would lessen the load of the current bus lines that are not as environmentally friendly.
Disney has not yet denied the speculation over the new transportation system, adding further credence to the reports.
For now, the big question is whether visitors traveling on the cable cars will still hear "Please stand clear of the doors. Por favor mantengase alejado de las puertas."
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