Plastic dividers added to Monorail cabins to increase capacity

The Walt Disney World Monorail has added new plastic dividers to its cabins in order to increase rider capacity. The plastic barriers now allow for multiple parties to ride together in the same cabin. Prior to the barriers, each cabin was limited to a single group.

We can see the new barriers thanks to @DisneyWithMichael.

Dividers in Monorail Cabins

Another look at the dividers in the Monorail cabins.

The changes to the Monorail cabins comes as Disney attempts to increase capacity throughout Walt Disney World. Many attractions at the theme parks have had plastic dividers installed to keep guests distanced while maximizing capacity.

Disney is reportedly keeping Walt Disney World at 35% capacity at the current time, but what that specifically means (35% of what number?) isn’t clear. However, the holidays saw large crowds at the theme parks and Disney began making changes to accommodate more guests.

We’d expect more changes like the ones made to the Monorail cabins as Disney attempts to return to normal attendance.

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