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New Entrance for Autos at Disney’s Hollywood Studios Opens Nov. 8; Continues Park’s Arrival Experience Transformation

Thomas Smith

by Thomas Smith, Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

Take note, a new entrance for vehicles at Disney’s Hollywood Studios is opening on November 8, 2018, changing how guests arrive and access parking at the theme park.

As many readers know, we’re currently reimagining Disney’s Hollywood Studios and preparing for the park’s exciting 30th anniversary in 2019. Along with the work, we are also transforming the park’s arrival experience to make it easier and more convenient to come and go.

Look at our map and you’ll see the transportation change you need to be aware of. Beginning November 8, guests driving to Disney’s Hollywood Studios will use the new entrance and exit located off of Osceola Parkway. The current main entrance off World Drive and Osceola Parkway will be repurposed for Disney cast members only and the satellite entrance on Buena Vista Drive will be dedicated to buses.

When the new entrance opens, drivers will just need to spot one of the many updated roadway signs throughout the Walt Disney World Resort to easily navigate to the Disney Hollywood Studios parking lot. Vehicles coming from southbound Victory Way will also find a connecting road leading to the park.

Keep checking the Disney Parks Blog for future updates on work to improve the arrival experience at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, including expanded parking, adjusted tram lanes, additional bus parking and the Disney Skyliner.

 

 

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We were just in that area a couple of weeks ago.  The new bus stops are in a galaxy far far away from the entrance.  Folks with trouble getting around could have issues with the distance.  And of course, the stop for the Fort is just about the furthest from the entrance.  Little to no protection from the elements.  Did the inmates that designed this actually get paid?  

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