WDW Transportation Routing Charts
The WDW Transportation Routing Charts give an overview of
the Walt Disney World transportation system. Keep in mind that this
is an overview only. WDW is constantly changing the actual transportation
scheme as new resorts and parks and attractions are added, and as the
number of available assets (buses, boats, etc.) varies. I can not
guarantee the complete accuracy of these pages, but they will be useful
to get the general feel of the system.
To properly use the charts, consider
the locations in the left-hand column as your "current position"
and the locations along the top of the chart as your "desired destination."
The WDW Transportation Guide, from which I developed these
charts, shows all of this material on one large chart. In order
to make it possible to fit all of this information on web pages, I've
broken them up into various destination areas as follows (you can check
out the charts for each with the links below):
Each of these areas includes the parks, attractions and
resorts that are located in that general vicinity. I've tried to
follow Disney's own conventions on this, but I did take the liberty to
add the "Fort Wilderness Area," which Disney generally considers
to be part of the Magic Kingdom Area. Also note that on all charts
Downtown Disney includes the West Side, Pleasure Island, and the Marketplace.
There are actually three bus stops at Downtown Disney, but each bus will
stop at each one in turn.
Walt Disney World Trip Planning Guide