Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover refurbishment extended another week

Sep 17, 2020 in "Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover"

Tommorowland Transit Authority PeopleMover closed - July 2020
Posted: Thursday September 17, 2020 8:38am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

The Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover refurbishment has been extended through to at least November 28 2020.

The Magic Kingdom ride closed in the first week of March and has not reopened since. The reopening date has been moved back a couple of times since the refurbishment began.

The PeopleMover has been seen operating without guests on numerous occasions since the park reopened on July 11 2020.

View all current and upcoming Walt Disney World refurbishments.

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mergatroid11 minutes ago

Have always loved the Peoplemover, hope it's open by October when we go.

jaxonp22 minutes ago

They run the dang thing all day every day now I don’t know why a magical date makes any difference at this point. Who knows what’s going to happen.

MansionButler841 hour ago

It’s BREAKING!!!!11

HauntedPirate2 hours ago

The site that shall not be named... bringing you the 3-week-old news, Today!

HauntedPirate2 hours ago

It’s a busy job but no one else will do it. 😉

wdwmagic2 hours ago

That was the date that was sent 3 weeks ago when the last reopening didn't happen. More at Whether or not May 1 remains to be seen. Dates have come and one more times than I can remember at this point.

MansionButler842 hours ago

I understand he refreshes the PeopleMover webpage every 30 sec 24/7 to ensure he is the first to officially note the name change.

rle4lunch2 hours ago

The site that shall not be named is reporting a May 1st opening...

ParkerLoLs3 hours ago

Bless him.

GrandCanyonConcourse3 hours ago


ParkerLoLs4 hours ago

What happened to the Rocket Rods guy? Are you still here?

MansionButler844 hours ago

Then you aren’t trying hard enough. When I go next month...

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zweltar6 hours ago

Add a "behind the magic" tour to see it up close and charge $395 per person. Included will be viewing a video of the engineer drafting the plans for the monolith on CADD. But hey - kids under 3 are free!