Disney continues to make progress on the installation of the Skyliner, a new gondola transportation system that will connect Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and several resorts including Disney’s Art of Animation Resort, Disney’s Pop Century Resort, and Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort.

Construction walls have been up for sometime on the loading stations, and now we are starting to see the support towers spring up.

Construction of the Hollywood Studios gondola load platform is just now going vertical.

Construction of the Hollywood Studios gondola load platform is just now going vertical.

Several support towers now dot the parking lot of Disney’s Hollywood Studios, showing how the incoming gondolas will cross the parking lot and come into the load and unload station, not far from the bus loading zones and the park’s ticket counters.

Skyliner support tower in the parking lot of Disney's Hollywood Studios with the Dolphin Hotel in the background.

Skyliner support tower in the parking lot of Disney’s Hollywood Studios with the Dolphin Hotel in the background.

New support towers are up.

New support towers are up.

Tower of Terror in the background and support towers in the parking lot.

Tower of Terror in the background and support towers in the parking lot.

Skyliner support tower near the rear of the Disney's Hollywood Studios parking lot.

Skyliner support tower near the rear of the Disney’s Hollywood Studios parking lot.

Disney has not announced an opening date for the Skyliner, but many expect to see it in operation in the latter part of 2019.

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