Looks like I might be the only yes vote... Not surprising actually. I just couldn't vote against myself. :)
I've had DVC since 2009, and this is the first time I've had to waitlist. I'm usually a better planner, but this year I've been slacking.
I thought I read light rail in the article, but High Speed Rail is the terminology they used.
I'm impressed with the number of different themed cabins there are. I figured there would be a half dozen or so, repeated over and over again. This almost looks like Disney had an in-house competition to design the coolest gondola cabin, and they printed all the entries.
All reports are that Brightline / Virgin Trains is still bleeding money, and their solvency will only last another year or so. When a company backs off an IPO, it's almost always because the market will not sustain their asking price.
Don't get me wrong, I like the idea of HSR. If there's a...
And even when invited, nobody has created a competing chart that significantly reduces time or saves money. For $22 a person, I could hire a private Cadillac to pick up, and drop off my family of 5 door to door in about 30 minutes. At $35, we could hire a limo.
The solution is as simple as it needs to be. There are 3-4 cabins in queue all the time on the outer loop. That gives passengers 3-4 "cycles" in the outer loop to load and/or unload, which will be plenty for any need. You load in the next cabin to launch, so whenever the passengers are ready...
No. That's totally full speed. They might go faster at a ski area, but due to the high humidity, and alligators, they need to run it slower in Florida. They may be able to speed it up a little on really hot days, so they don't overcook the guests, but on normal days, it will be slow and...