Update: 1/9/2019: Disney Skyliner Resort buses will be running every 20 mins to take guests to Disney’s Hollywood Studios or Epcot until the Skyliner opens to guests at 7am. After 7am the buses will go to hourly service only.
Update 1/7/2020: As of this morning all Skyliner Resorts on the Walt Disney World property will go down to the hourly service schedule as described below. This will affect Disney’s Pop Century Resort, Disney’s Art of Animation Resort, Disney’s Riviera Resort, and Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort.
Disney’s new Skyliner system has brought a much welcomed additional transportation option to the Walt Disney World Resort. With the ability to travel from the resorts on the Skyliner route to Epcot and Hollywood Studios, it has freed up space on busses and allowed for an easier travel experience for all those wishing to visit either park.
Just this morning it was announced that effective immediately, bussing to Epcot and Hollywood Studios from Disney’s Pop Century Resort has gone to hourly or “as needed” service.
This change comes as no surprise as Monorail resorts also do not have bussing to other parks on the monorail line. The Skyliner offers quick and easy transfers to and from both parks and has convenient stops at the resorts you can find on the map below: