A barbie adventure bus was supposed to go on display at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Resort in Orlando.
But the bus never made it.
It’s not as if Disney had no plans for the ride.
The company had been working on a bus for nearly a decade, and in 2010, it launched the world’s first fully automated bus, a miniaturized version of the Disney’s World Railroad, which would make the bus more than 30 feet long.
The new bus would have been capable of running the 2,500-mile trip from Orlando to Disney Springs.
But that didn’t happen.
It’s not clear why, but the bus didn’t make it.
It was scrapped by the company.
“The bus was completely scrapped by Disney.
It never made the cut,” said Kevin Dutton, chief executive of the Adventure Bus Association, an organization that represents bus companies.
The Adventure Bus is a common vehicle used by children and adults around the world, but Disney is now the only one using one of these vehicles in parks.
It also doesn’t have any rides on the ride itself.
“We have an abundance of other options, and I think the bus is the most interesting option for us to choose from,” Dutton said.
Disney and Adventure Bus, Inc., a subsidiary of Disney, have said that the new bus will make its world debut at Disney Springs Resort on October 26, 2019.
But it hasn’t made its official debut yet.
“It’s going to take some time,” said Brian Miller, a transportation consultant who runs a business called Adventure Bus Tours.
“Disney has made it very clear that it’s going for the short term.”
In addition to the Adventure Board and Adventure Cruise Bus, Disney also has plans to open a new ride in Orlando, a ride that will also have a ride on the bus.
But in the meantime, Dutton says, there’s no reason to expect it will appear on any Disney ride.