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Brightline high-speed train and track possibly coming for Disney World travelers

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Shoppers wearing masks because of the coronavirus pandemic stroll by the World of Disney store at the Disney Springs shopping, dining and entertainment complex Tuesday, June 16, 2020, in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Walt Disney World Resort theme parks plan to reopen on July 11. (AP Photo/John Raoux)

A big project is in development that will be a huge plus for all of the amusement park enthusiasts, that will be traveling to Disney World in the next few years.

Brightline is possibly creating a high-speed train and track that will transport guests from MCO(Orlando International Airport) to Walt Disney World Resort.

Disney World has not announced any possible replacement for Disney Express which ends as of 2022.

Possibly creating a high-speed train and track for Disney World is a great opportunity to feel secure about how all the families traveling to Disney World from and surrounding areas will get to travel in style.

It could potentially be a great replacement for the Disney Express that will no longer be available in the next year.

The Brightline expansion into Disney World will not be ready until 2025 so there will be a three to a four-year gap, but we always have Uber until then.

Once the new train does open, guests will be able to travel to the airport with it and all across the sunshine state. Not a bad way to travel, the train is a smooth and calm way of travel that offers peace and safety all the way to your final destination.

Where do guests board the train?

The only confirmed information to answer this question is Disney Springs, Disney Springs will be the central station for Brightline according to the Orlando Business Journal.

There has been talks that the Orange Garage will be the spot guests must travel to use the train.

Tell all your Disney obsessed friends about this amazing opportunity and join them while your at it.