Inter-Terminal Train [George Bush Intercontinental Airport -- KIAH]





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Published on Jul 23, 2013

A full journey around the Inter-Terminal Train at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (KIAH).

This people-mover originally opened with the airport in 1969 and was renovated and rebuilt by WEDway (now Walt Disney Imagineering) in 1981. The technology is a copy of the Tomorrowland Transit Authority at the Magic Kingdom in Orlando, FL. This is the only use of Disney Technology outside of a Disney Park.

The system travels underground below the main terminals of the airport and the Marriott Hotel. With stops at every Terminal, trains run about 3 minutes apart. There was a former stop at the surface parking lot, which still exists but is closed to riders.


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