By Adam Bookbinder
A brand new parking structure, transportation hub and pedestrian bridge are coming to Disneyland.
Among the plans according to the OC Register, is a new seven-story parking structure complete with 6,800 spaces, to be located along Disney Way.
The park’s current transportation hub, which serves as a central drop-off point for buses with passengers from various Disney parking lots and hotels, will be relocated about a half-mile away on Manchester Avenue.
And finally, The Carousel Inn and Suites will be closing its doors this October to make room for a brand new walkway from the new transportation center to an elevated bridge above Harbor Blvd. which will go directly to the Disneyland Resort.
The project, called the Eastern Gateway Project, is part of an agreement made between the park and the City of Anaheim for $1 billion, which allows Disneyland not to place an “entertainment gate tax” on visitors.