The Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover reopened on Sunday after over a year closed. It was nice to ride on one of my longtime favorite attractions again! When I was a kid in the 70s (and for almost another 20 years), it was called the WEDway People Mover. I took photos along the way yesterday (Monday), including of the upcoming TRON attraction. We have a video below of the entire ride as well.
Here is our video of the ride.
We were told the wait would be 40 minutes, it was about 25.
The line moved pretty quickly and we were then heading up the ramp.
Every other row was filled with guests.
The TRON canopy seems a lot bigger from the PeopleMover than any other location we can view it from, IMHO. TRON was originally to open this year, I’m not sure when that will happen.
This is a view with Space Mountain in the photo.
We will be swinging around near the TRON site later down. The Astro Orbiter was now visible with the PeopleMover station.
Cinderella Castle has received most of its royal makeover for Walt Disney World’s 50th anniversary.
We passed by the Progress City model.
We then passed by the robots.
As a kid, I always loved looking down on the shop.
We are passing the Astro Orbitor now on this side.
And while gliding past the Tomorrowland Speedway, the TRON canopy is viewable.
Here are some photos of the TRON canopy.
While traveling through Tomorrowland, I caught Monorail Blue passing by the Magic Kingdom.
Here is another look at Cinderella Castle, with the Tomorrowland sign in the foreground.
We are heading back to PeopleMover station, with TRON in the background.
The familiar speed ramp took us back down.
Welcome to Rockettower Plaza Station.
We look forward to riding again next week!
It is nice to see the PeopleMover back – it is a great ride on a warm day to relax on.