More support poles are going up for the Disney Skyliner at Disney World

Progress on the Disney Skyliner, the new gondola transportation system, continues to progress around Walt Disney World Resort. Recently, we showed you the progress on the Disney Skyliner and its station at the International Gateway at Epcot. Now, there’s more pictures showing the support poles along other parts of the route.

The photo above courtesy of @bioreconstruct shows a stretch of the Disney Skyliner near Caribbean Beach Resort.

More photos of the progress:

Based on other photos popping up of the support poles, each one appears to be roughly 50 feet in height.

Despite all of the quick progress on the Disney Skyliner, don’t plan on it carrying guests in 2018. It’s widely believed that the Skyliner will open in 2019, even if it appears to be completed well before that date.

Disney has placed maps of the Disney Skyliner system in resorts that are located near the construction. Guests will eventually be able to travel between Epcot, the new Riviera Resort, Caribbean Beach Resort, Art of Animation Resort and Pop Century Resort with the new gondola system.

If you’re planning on staying at one of those resorts, the Disney Skyliner will alter the transportation scene at each one. Instead of buses carrying guests to Epcot and Hollywood Studios, the Disney Skyliner will become the primary method of transportation for the resorts along the route headed to those theme parks.

David
David
David has been writing about Disney since 2018. He founded Notes from Neverland as an outlet to express his love for all things Disney, including Walt Disney World, Disneyland and Disney Cruise Line. Join us for news, reviews and more!

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