Right. I'd also add that isn't Brightline more of a commuter train/regional railway model? It only will be running like once an hour or so as opposed to something like a city subway system or light rail where you get trains every 5-10 minutes.
I've probably waited as long as 35 minutes for a Magical Express bus before. I don't think an hour is completely unreasonable, considering it's just bad timing.
I feel like I'm totally missing something because I don't know how Brightline would remotely work for the vast vast majority of WDW guests.
A train isn't all that different from a bus. It's still a big metal box with wheels on it. It will go from Point A to Point B.
Perhaps by not scrubbing these comments it’s Disney’s way of saying “We will do whatever we want and you will complain but you will still come, see ya real soon.”
Or they know they have an alternative they are about to announce.