Riding the Bus to the Disneyland Resort

Sit back in air-conditioned comfort as you take in the sights of Southern California during a relaxing bus ride to the Disneyland Resort.

Greyhound

The Greyhound bus station is located at 100 W. Winston Rd. in the city of Anaheim, less than a half mile east of the Disneyland Resort. The station is accessible from thousands of bus stations in North America.

Once you arrive at the bus station, transfer to the Anaheim Resort Transit (ART) Route 10, which will take you directly to the Disneyland Resort via S. Anaheim Blvd. and Ball Rd.

You may also choose to take a quick ride via taxicab to the Disneyland Resort.

For more information on schedules, fares and station locations, please visit the Amtrak and Anaheim Resort Transit websites.

Los Angeles Metro and Orange County Transit Authority (OCTA)

The Los Angeles County Metro and the Orange County Transit Authority operate a network of linked bus routes in L.A. and Orange County.

Los Angeles County Metro
The Disneyland Resort is served by the Metro Express Line 460 bus that connects to many other bus and rail lines that originate throughout Los Angeles County. This bus route runs northwest/southeast between 5th St. and Los Angeles St. in downtown Los Angeles and East Shuttle Roadway at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim.

In Downtown Los Angeles, Line 460 operates northbound on Figueroa St. and eastbound on 6th St., westbound on 5th St. and southbound on Flower St, and enters and exits the I-110 (Harbor Transitway) at Adams Blvd. It then runs along the I-110 and I-105 to the Norwalk Green Line Station, making stops at 37th St., Slauson and Manchester Stations.

There are 3 stops in Norwalk: Norwalk Station, Pioneer/Rosecrans and Carmenita/Excelsior. Norwalk Station is the most convenient connection point to transfer to the Metro Express Line 460—which will take you directly to the Disneyland Resort—from other local Metro bus and rail lines.

For more information on schedules, fares and station locations, please visit the Los Angeles Metro website.

Orange County Transit Authority
The Disneyland Resort is served by several bus routes within the OCTA system.

  • Route 50 runs east/west between Long Beach and The Village at Orange via Katella Ave. 
  • Route 43 runs north/south between Costa Mesa and La Habra via Whittier Blvd. and Harbor Blvd.
  • Route 46 runs east/west between Los Alamitos and The Village at Orange via Ball Rd. and Taft Ave. 
  • Route 83 is an express that runs north/south between Anaheim and Laguna Hills via the 5 Freeway and Main Street. 
  • Route 430 is a station link bus line that runs east/west between Anaheim Amtrak/Metrolink Station and the Anaheim Resort Area via Katella Ave, Harbor Blvd. and Ball Rd. 

Learn more about the schedules, fares and route information at the Orange County Transportation Authority website.

 

Getting Around the Anaheim Resort Area

The Anaheim Resort Transit (ART) provides convenient, affordable shuttle service throughout Anaheim. Buses travel from area hotels to the Disneyland Resort, the Anaheim Convention Center and other locations throughout the 1100-acre Anaheim Resort District. Service usually begins at 7:00 AM and continues to midnight, 7 days a week. Passes, including multi-day passes, can be purchased online and at various locations throughout Anaheim.

Learn more about the Anaheim Resort Transit (ART).

Many Good Neighbor Hotels also offer shuttle service. You can board a hotel shuttle or a public bus at the East Shuttle Area—located between the theme parks, near Harbor Boulevard.

Getting Around the Disneyland Resort

Whether you take the tram, Disneyland Monorail or simply walk, navigating the Disneyland Resort is easy and fun.

Trams
Disneyland Resort parking lot trams shuttle Guests to Disney California Adventure Park and Disneyland Park from the Mickey & Friends Parking Structure. Trams continue to operate approximately one hour after the last theme park closes.

Monorail
The Downtown Disney District Monorail Station offers convenient transportation directly into the Tomorrowland area of Disneyland Park. During a scenic ride through the sky, you’ll pass over Fantasyland in Disneyland Park as well as Hollywood Land, Buena Vista Street and Grizzly Peak Airfield in Disney California Adventure Park.

The Disneyland Monorail is accessible by Guests with valid admission to Disneyland Park, which must be activated before boarding.

Walking
The following destinations are all conveniently located within walking distance of each other:

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