Continued investment (measured in the hundreds of millions) in civil projects at the Magic Kingdom, Flamingo Way and Disney Springs would seem to be an indication of future retail, dining, resort, attraction and residential expansion.
The Orlando Sentinel (11/27/16): "Fender benders with buses, traffic snarls at the Magic Kingdom parking entrance, and overall growth are fueling transportation projects throughout Walt Disney World. The resort is making several improvements over the next few years to move vehicles more efficiently.
"There will be a vote next month on approving the issuance of $80 million in bonds for a third Disney Springs parking garage. Already, $350 million has been approved for projects scheduled for completion by 2018. Those include a 2-mile Western Way extension, a bridge taking hotel traffic over the Magic Kingdom's toll plaza, and a bypass providing better access to Floridian Way.
"Reedy Creek, the Disney-controlled taxing district, is overseeing the projects."Tweet
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