The official blog details the new transportation system.
Riding coasters alone is a daily routine.
Complaint says they were denied access to ride "not because of legitimate safety requirements."
A Euro-Fighter and spinning coaster will be built at the indoor amusement park.
The park will remain a small theme park.
Experts weigh in on water quality following filing of lawsuit.
The project seeks state and county incentives.
Complaint says water was "dirty, stagnant and sludge-like."
Rumors have implied the park may move out of the lucrative downtown real estate.
The busy theme park complex will increase in size by a third.
A federal mediator is handling the negotiations.
A report says a water level sensor did not function as intended.
She and other kids entered the shuttered park.
Iger plans to retire in July 2019.
While destination parks have had events for years, regional players are finding new ways to use their off-season.
The new attractions will be ready for the 2018 season.
Residents of planned community make frequent trips to the resort.
The park is marketing the attraction as the first "dive coaster" on the west coast.
Orlando TV station WFTV says that Nintendo attractions may appear in Islands of Adventure and undeveloped areas beyond the existing resort.
Complaint says the park did nothing to stop attack.
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