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It may take people to make the dream of Walt Disney World a reality, but it takes buses, monorails, and boats to get the dream moving. It may sound hyperbolic, but Walt Disney World really is its own city, and as such it is constantly making changes to the various transportation options around the resort in order to better serve the guests and Cast Members who rely on Disney's complex transportation system every day. If you are going to be riding a bus, parking tram, or even your own car, here are a few interesting changes that you should probably know about! 

1. New parking lot names and bus stops coming next week to Disney's Hollywood Studios

Next week on March 19 Disney’s Hollywood Studios will change the names of its various parking lots to feature characters that meet guest  at this park. The new parking sections will be named Jessie, Buzz, Mickey, Minnie, BB-8, and Olaf. In addition to the renaming of the parking areas, there will also be two new bus drop-off loops added at the entrance of the park. 

2. Direct bus service to Typhoon Lagoon coming this weekend

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Now that warm weather is finally here to stay, Disney Bus Transportation will begin providing direct transportation service to Disney’s Blizzard Beach and Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon starting this weekend. Each resort will have a designated bus stop at the front of each water park.Direct transportation will still not be provided between water parks and theme parks, but guests can transfer at any resort to a water park bus. 

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