DHS to EPCOT Sidewalk Photo Tour with my wheelchair and Updates. When I was on vacation in December 2018, I went to Disney Hollywood Studios several times using my wheelchair using the bus from Pop Century Resort and other resorts and using the boat system to and from EPCOT. Thanks have changed since I left and they have opened the wide sidewalk from DHS to EPCOT along with access to what looks like new restrooms and coke/soda machine area. This new building is located below the Disney Gondola construction which as of today is still fenced off along with the new Disney Bus loading construction area. They closed off the temporary path for the sidewalk that I used new the DHS Pop Century bus stop that cut across the construction site and hooked up to the sidewalk to EPCOT. I have always loved rolling this wide sidewalk in the evening at night with everything lighted from the parks to the resorts like the Boardwalk. Here are some photos of some new maps showing where the DHS sidewalk is open for the WDW Race. I presume that they will leave it open after the race, too. This shows the path that I had to take from DHS to EPCOT when rolling the sidewalk in December 2018. Bioreconstruct posted this photo recently showing the sidewalk now open and the temporary bypass closed. Near the bottom left there are two buses at the temporary bus stop. That bus on the right was my Pop Century bus stop. I see that they have closed off the access to bypass route with a fence and further to the right I see the deconstruction of the temporary bypass sidewalk. It looks like they are coming along on the new Disney Bus Stops in the middle of the photo. IN the top right is a new building for restrooms and soda/coke machine area. Here is another better view of the sidewalk and all of the parking. I still see construction fencing blocking off access to the new bus drop off and the gondola area. The sidewalk runs in front of the new restroom, soda/coke machine building. And on the bottom left no access to the temporary bypass sidewalk to the temporary bus stops. Here is a different angle of the tree-lined walkway in front of the Disney Gondola construction. A lot wider and better than when I was there in December 2018. It doesn't show the sidewalk but I thought you might like the photo. And the Disney Tram construction looks like it is going to be larger in the left side next to the DHS entrance. Of special note. When I was there in December 2018, there was a choke point when the conversion of all the guests from the regular parking lot and Disney Tram guests collided with all of the Disney Bus in one, very narrow space. Especially at closing when everyone was leaving at the same time. The photo above is newer, but if you could imagine that black asphalt strip and the gray asphalt strip next to the Handicap Disability Parking Lot had a construction fence between them all of the way to the temporary bus stops. That light gray asphalt area with the now removed construction fence used to be the walkway and it was very narrow. Also where you see the end of the black asphalt pavement there was a construction fence all of the way to the lake. This was a choke point where everyone had to squeeze through during busy closing and maybe opening times of the DHS park. Now, look at it! From the choke point back to the temporary bus stops they have removed the construction fence back to the Disney Gondola Station opening up the new sidewalk to EPCOT and the new restroom building. So space now includes the gray asphalt area, plus the newer black asphalt area, plus the newly paved and tree-lined area all the back to the Disney Gondola Station Construction Fence. So much more space for Disney Guests to get to the temporary bus stops at DHS closing now instead of the smaller area that I had to use. Here is a larger view of the Disney Tram construction area. On the bottom left you might be able to tell how much wider the walkway is since they moved the construction walls. On the right where there is parking, guest are walking up to the Disney Temporary Tram pickup area. If you can distinguish the color of asphalt that is the same color going to the left to the temporary bus stops and alongside of the parking, that is how wide the sidewalk used to be when I was there in December 2018. Now I see the light gray colored asphalt with newer darker asphalt with the added trees and pick pavement back to the Disney Gondola construction fence. I would say the area is almost 3 to 4 times wider than when I was there. A closer look of the new pavement and tree-lined area for now. On the far right at the parking lot their is a small sliver of space that where the construction fence used to be. This is a closer look at the new restroom and coke/soda machine building where the new sidewalk begins. To the far left is the fenced construction of the Gondola area. I also have some photos in the next post showing photos that I took using the older DHS sidewalk bypass from DHS to EPCOT along with a boat ride at the Boardwalk. .