Many Disney tourists are looking forward to taking advantage of a new way to get between Disney World and the Orlando International Airport — by train!
The high-speed train Brightline is currently in development for Central Florida and will take passengers between Miami to Tampa, with a stop at Disney Springs. Many of the details are still being ironed out, but Brightline recently shared a glimpse at where the train station may be located at Disney World.
According to the Orlando Business Journal, Brightline presented a map of the Central Florida railway plans earlier this month and it lays out the area in which they are considering placing the train stop in Disney Springs.
The location itself has yet to be revealed, but the orange area on the map represents all of the space that is being considered as they work to determine the most optimal route into the station. The Orlando Business Journal laid the image over a geographical map and it appears that the Disney Springs stop could be located towards the southern part of Disney Springs, near the Orange Parking Garage.
So, if Brightline sticks with the plans to route the train towards the north end of the map, then the stop would occupy the underdeveloped land between Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park and the Disney professional offices (also known as Team Disney).
Currently, Brightline is in the process of wrapping up agreements with the local and state governments before they can move forward with the development of the high-speed train. The deadline for them to do so is mid-summer 2021, so we may be getting closer to learning exactly where the Disney Springs stop will be for Disney World travelers.
We will continue to keep an eye on updates regarding the high-seed train, so stay tuned to AllEars for the latest!
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