Disney to Test Surveillance Cameras on Buses

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Disney to Test Surveillance Cameras on Buses

This week Disney Transport will test surveillance cameras on two buses. It is unknown at this time what exactly prompted the installation of the test cameras or if the cameras are recording guests or drivers.

The first roll-out will begin on June 10, 2012. 

I, for one, am all for video cameras on buses. With more and more guests visiting the parks, it can result in an interesting bus ride at peak times.

So, just remember folks, The Big Cheese is watching, so watch your children, watch your hands and watch your language.

What do you think about surveillance cameras on Disney Transportation? Is this a good idea? Do you think it will cut down on some of the raucous behavior on board? Or is it a waste of resources?


Lisa writes here at Chip & Co. as well as her blog Adventures in Mousedom. If you’re curious what the bus number is with the hidden mickey and if you’re super cool like Chip, you should check it out. Okay, even if you’re not super cool like Chip, you should check it out. Trust me. What’s the worst that could happen?



Disney to Test Surveillance Cameras on Buses


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3 thoughts on “Disney to Test Surveillance Cameras on Buses

  1. As a guest and a former Cast Member, I have never had a single issue on a Disney bus. Cameras in this case can only be used to record issues that may arrise, and personally, I have little problems supporting this at Disney.

  2. I’ve NEVER had a problem on the bus system! The drivers have always been kind and courteous each and every visit and we’ve been there MANY times. Usually during our week plus trips we use the bus system about 4 times a day. Maybe it’s being from NYC that I don’t have any complaints about the buses?

    As far as adding cameras to the buses? I’m FINE with that! Safety should always come first and by adding the cameras and visitors and/or drivers realizing they’re on camera will right off the bat will eliminate some problems.

  3. I am saying this as a Disney enthusiast and season passholders from Rhode Island. With two young boys, this family loves Disney World.

    The cameras are necessary regardless of the direction they are pointing. Bus transportation is the worst transportation option at Disney World. We have had situations where the force going around turns has nearly thrown us out of our seats, drivers refusing to open rear doors that we were sitting next to in spite of opening the rear door at all stops but ours (with two toddlers, diaper bag, and stroller to move off the bus), and rude comments coming from drivers when they thought the PA system was off. We arrange our trips to absolutely minimize bus trips (inclusive of going to Epcot and using the boat transportation to Hollywood Studios).

    Anything that Walt Disney World can do to improve this situation and bring the bus transportation up to the standard of their other services in the park is welcome.

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