The Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover at the Magic Kingdom arguably makes Guests ride immersed in more temptation to NOT remain seated than any other ride at the Walt Disney World Resort. You’re seated in a spacious cabin and are whisked across Tomorrowland in a driverless vehicle to areas of the Theme Park where there does not appear to be a single Cast Member in sight! But just because you can’t see them does not mean they can’t see you and know when you decide to jump out of your seat.
TikTok User @walruscarp recently highlighted one of the few ways Disney World Cast Members will know if Guests decide to take their own elevated tour of Tomorrowland.
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As he points out, pressure sensors line the walkable margins on either side of the track. Cast Members are notified immediately, and other things such as falling bags can also trigger the sensors. But these sensors are not the only way Cast Members can keep an eye on PeopleMover passengers.
Guests should be aware that cameras are scattered throughout the ride and connect to a closed-circuit tv system that is clearly visible at the start of each ride.
Any behavior that violates Disney World policies should be expected to be seen and dealt with upon one’s return to Rockettower Plaza Station. At this time, such recent stories have yet to come to our attention.
The Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover is a great way to escape the crowds and find some time to relax while still checking a ride off their list. It is best to just sit back, relax, and enjoy one’s grand circle tour of Tomorrowland.
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