So you say…You make it sound simple, but it's far more complicated than you're laying out. First of all, anywhere they put the Skyliner means they can't develop that land in the future without shutting down and rerouting it. That's already a huge hindrance to expanding the system (and why I think it's unlikely they will). I did a rough measurement of the route you suggested (which they likely wouldn't do because it would block future development) and it comes out to nearly 7 miles from the Animal Kingdom to the Magic Kingdom. That would be at least a 40 minute ride, and probably longer since the system has to slow down for every turn station. There are not very many guests who are going to want to ride in a Skyliner vehicle for that long.
It's an ineffective means of transportation if you can't build many direct routes.
I chose my routes to follow existing transportation paths. Florida highways specifically. So the impact on future development is minimized.
Let’s assume your estimate of 7 miles and 40 minutes. Versus the current need to wait for 2 buses (20 minutes apiece) plus travel time (much more than 7 miles), comes out to 55 minutes. The Skyliner is more efficient. Plus more enjoyable than traveling in s crowded bus.
I don’t agree with you.