The sign is very simple with Disney written in small lettering and the very predominant Skyliner written in bold print. The sign hangs directly over the main entrance, welcoming guests into the open air “marketplace” style station.
Landscaping crews are also working to finish the area in front of the station. Palm trees were recently added and it looks like new sod will be placed along the waterfront.
Just across Barefoot Bay, another Disney Skyliner project is coming along quickly. The Walkway in front of Trinidad is being widened, allowing more foot traffic to travel back and forth. With the new Disney Skyliner set to open on September 29, Disney is preparing to handle the increase of guests heading to the new station.
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