Actually, there is a solution of sorts that would do a great deal of good. Unfortunately it would be pilloried in the press and misconstrued so badly as to do more harm than good. Disney should sell a premium transportation pass. They've dipped their tow in this pond a little bit with the Minnie Van and the (now suspended) Express Transportation add-on. These services are/were too much and not enough respectively. The Minnie van is nice for spontaneous travel but pricey if needed several times a day each day of your trip. The Express Travel option was cheap (if booking several days) but didn't get you to the parks. I would like to see a service like the Express Transportation but also include one scheduled pick-up from the guest's resort to a park and one scheduled pick-up from a park to the guest's resort each day. Require a bit of planning ahead on the guests part but as a result WDW can schedule exactly the number and type of bus needed to eliminate that guests wait during the busiest transportation times. This means no one using this service need stand on sore feet, and enough buses show up to pick up all guests using ecv or wheelies without having to wait. Put a high-ish price tag of $20-$25 a day per person. Maybe add a couple soft-perks to sweeten the deal. Soft-perk is something that might be really cool for the person receiving it but has little to no marginal cost to WDW, like the Annual Pass-holder magnet. Maybe a special souvenir magicband slide. The primary upside to this idea is that, from WDW perspective, I think it supports itself financially. And... I think it would be a good enough value that it would be a popular upgrade. The Express Transportation upgrade had a limited appeal and did not get enough paying customers to be financially viable. From the customer point of view, the program I describe would cost similar to taking an Uber to and from the parks (already a popular choice among folks with the scratch to pay it) with advantages over Uber especially for disabled guests. The secondary benefit is that to whatever extent this system is used, it relieves pressure on the existing transportation network. Cynics might suggest that Disney would simply reduce the number of standard buses in order to save money. They might, but if the premium service is financially sustainable there would be no real pressure to do so. As it stands, the standard system is overloaded; there isn't a way to add more short term peak capacity (more buses) without paying more. Not only that, but the costs of adding more capacity to the standard system like this rises exponentially. At the same time, the transportation system is a major perk of staying on-site and as it becomes less convenient, Disney may see more guests choosing to stay off-site. The downside is obviously ... holy cow, the reaction would likely reference pitchforks and torches; and the disturbing trend we see of Disney charging more money for things that cost them more money to produce, or selling it as an upgrade and thus segregating the guests into elite and plebian castes. Not my personal view. A standard admission today gets me pretty much the same Disney experience as it did in 1983. Actually a much better experience IMO. Nevertheless, this would be one more item on the list trucked out by critics.