Disney Springs Update

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Major construction continues from one end of Downtown Disney to the other, and all the roadways in-between!

Disney Blog released two new drawings of what the expanded Lake Buena Vista Dr. will look like by 2015/2016.  (http://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2014/07/new-renderings-offer-a-glimpse-at-the-future-access-to-disney-springs/).

They should have begun this expansion – especially the two new parking garages – back in 2000.  Parking’s been terrible at Downtown Disney for 10+ years and Lake Buena Vista hasn’t been able to handle the daily traffic loads for years.

New I-4 interchange that will offer guests direct access to Disney Springs.

New I-4 interchange that will offer guests direct access to Disney Springs.

Widening Lake Buena Vista Drive from seven to ten lanes.

Widening Lake Buena Vista Drive from seven to ten lanes.

We can’t wait until it’s all finished!  Definitely need to plan a trip to see it all in 2016!

Disney Springs after dark.

Disney Springs after dark.

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Disney Springs, Florida logo

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