As reported earlier Comcast requested theme park zoning on property they recently purchased on Universal Boulevard near Universal Studios. It now seems that they are trying to find new ways to get their guests around this new property.
Universal Studios is proposing to Orange County’s I-Drive District Development leaders that they will run some type of transportation connection between all of their newly purchased lands, it is unsure if it will be buses, train, or some type of waterway.
According to the Orlando Business Journal the map shows the recently purchased land connecting to the much larger plot of land. (Far right side of the map)
Although Universal has not yet made any official announcements on how the land will be used, if Universal is looking to built retail, hotels and entertainment on these smaller areas and then another theme park on the larger portion it is likely this new transportation will play a large role in keeping their guests on Universal owned property for the entire length of stay.
There are many options of what can be done here but unfortunately until an official announcement is made by Universal we will not know.
I’m going to guess both light rail and some type of water transportation will be offered, what do you think? Comment below!
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