Original Bus loop now closed at Disney's Hollywood Studios bus stops move to temporary load zones

Aug 14, 2018 in "Disney's Hollywood Studios"

 New Charter Bus stop area at Disney's Hollywood Studios
Posted: Tuesday August 14, 2018 8:51am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

The original bus loop at Disney's Hollywood Studios has now closed, and all bus traffic is now using the recently opened charter bus stop area.

The current temporary bus stop positions are as follows, but be sure to check signage for any changes.

1 Pop Century
2 Art of Animation
3 Caribbean Beach
4 All Star - Sports
5 All Star - Music
6 All Star - Movies
7 Port Orleans - Riverside
8 Port Orleans - French Quarter
9 Wilderness Lodge & Contemporary
10 Animal Kingdom Lodge
11 Coronado Springs
12 Saratoga Springs
13 Maingate
14 Shades of Green/ Mears
15 Alamo/Mears Mears
16, 17 Mears
18 Drop-Off
19 Magic Kingdom
20 Epcot
21 Disney Springs (after 4 p.m.)/Lynx
22 Animal Kingdom
23 Polynesian & Grand Floridian
24 Old Key West
25 Fort Wilderness
26 Drop-Off

Once the new Resort Bus Stop area is completed, Walt Disney World Resort busses will move to that new load area.

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JoeCamelNov 27, 2020

A two porta-pottie job! Outstanding!

WDWtravelerNov 08, 2020

Photo update as of Sunday, November 8, 2020. Landscaping continues on the new large berm along World Drive. This berm hides the backstage of Star Wars Land at Hollywood Studios and is where the original auto entrance used to be at Hollywood Studios (under an overpass bridge that used to be here). Similar to other newly landscaped areas along World Drive, a variety of smaller plants are being added under the trees already planted on this berm. Finally, a layer of mulch (dark area on right) is being added. The area is fully irrigated with underground pipes. This photo was taken on the "Animal Kingdom" exit ramp from World Drive. World Drive appears on the extreme left of this photo (purple signage in distance).

rle4lunchOct 26, 2020

Its the same at DLs Grand Californian and DL Resort, two of the highest priced Disney properties in the world. I'd venture to say even worse than any of the premium resorts in WDW. It certainly didn't affect what I thought of the rest of each of those resorts, or Kidanis neither. Maybe people should choose to valey if they're put off by concrete? Because you KNOW what you'd get at wdw with a themed garage right? Some plywood that was painted green and cut to look like some half a**ed bush, placed around the electrical boxes and cartoon giraffes pointing which way to go with their necks and heads....

BocabearOct 22, 2020

I would have to agree...even if they just did a little to make it feel a bit nicer... Doesn't have to look like you are parking in a tribal hut, but a nice place...

halltdOct 22, 2020

Nope. I'm sure at one point it was there and then got cut to save other more important things. It's just unfortunate.

marni1971Oct 22, 2020

It wouldn’t have been too hard would it?

rle4lunchOct 21, 2020

eh ok. i just wrote a long reply, but it got deleted somehow. not gonna waste my energy writing it again. lol.

halltdOct 21, 2020

Except it’s your arrival to a super expensive resort. Covering up concrete block and all the exposed pipes is all they needed to do. That way it didn’t look like you’re arriving to the utilidors instead of your home away from home. It’s called design and one of the big reasons people love Disney.

J4546Oct 21, 2020

that new mickey and friends parking structure at california disneyland is pretty nice, for a parking structure. Though I always parked in the neighborhoods a block away to avoid paying 25 bucks to park

rle4lunchOct 21, 2020

I could give 2 poops about a semi-underground parking garage and it's 'theming'. It's a garage.. For parking. what do you want, cgi monkeys swinging from spot to spot? I was mainly referring to the overall space savings it gives the hotel footprint. there's always that one person who has to show up with their dissenting view, but of a parking garage? lol. I appreciate the laugh though.

halltdOct 21, 2020

ACK!!!!!! The parking at Kidani is hideous at best. It reminds me of a builder-grade vacation condo in South Carolina with all the utilities exposed, concrete block, etc.... So, so, so, bad!

Monorail_Red_77Oct 19, 2020

That Kidani ground level garage is a tight squeeze. Especially that roundabout at the end. When you look at Kidani, the whole first floor is the parking garage. Also has an outside traditional parking area as well up against the building in spots.

MovieloverOct 18, 2020

rle4lunchOct 18, 2020

We were pleasantly surprised at how well they did the underground parking at Kidani. I realize they can't go underground a lot in the swamps, but man what a space savings.