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Buses at Walt Disney World Resort
Disney Transport is the privately run transportation system at Walt Disney Worldmarker. Most movements are made using buses that run along the public (maintained by the Reedy Creek Improvement Districtmarker) and private roads of the resort. Other transportation is provided by the Walt Disney World Monorail System and ferry.

Except where monorail or ferry service exists or walking is practical, direct bus service is provided from every hotel to every attraction, and between attractions. This contrasts with most public transportation systems, which use a hub-and-spoke system. Disney's approach avoids transfers for most movements but leads to longer wait times (Disney tries to keep waits under 20 minutes) and does not provide direct transportation between hotels unless they happen to be on the same bus route. No service is provided between Downtown Disney and other attractions (except Typhoon Lagoonmarker, which is on the same route) because, when it was, people would park for free at Downtown Disney to avoid paying to park at the theme parks.

Disney Transport buses also take cast members (employees) around the resort; these buses are marked 'Special' or 'VIP Cast Member'.

Disney Transport operates a fleet of TMC RTS, Nova Bus LFS, and Gillig Advantage bus models. They have approximately 300 buses in their fleet.

The resort also maintains a fleet of watercraft providing additional access between various Disney resorts and parks. While some route duplication does take place, the watercraft provide an alternative way to travel from one location to another. The most well-known boats are the large ferries that traverse the Seven Seas Lagoon between the Transportation and Ticket Center and the Magic Kingdommarker. However, there are several other routes, including:

Other Disney-run transportation exists in the form of parking lot tram at various parking lots, railroads in the Magic Kingdommarker and Disney's Animal Kingdommarker, and a horse drawn streetcar in the Magic Kingdom.

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