SuperShuttle Shutting Down; Services End December 31st

Traveling to Disney Parks from the airport could get a lot harder in 2020 if you aren’t staying on property.

SuperShuttle, the booking bus transportation system, is ceasing operations at the end of the year.

The shuttle bus service got its start taking passengers to and from Los Angeles International Airport, and eventually its blue and yellow vans serviced more than 100 cities worldwide.

“SuperShuttle plans to honor all reservations and walk-up requests for service through Dec. 31.” according to a letter to its employees that was published in the LA Times.

It cited a variety of factors for the shutdown, “including increasing costs and changes in the competitive and regulatory landscape” that “have called into question the economic and operational viability of the company’s operations.”

Guests not staying on property will now either have to rent a car or use other rideshare service like Uber and Lyft.

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