I usually avoid giving Disney free advice, but, since plans are underway for a new monorail station in Tomorrowland, I thought there might be a chance to offer a suggestion that could alter the current thinking T.P.O. and W.D.I. have about the monorail service.
I would recommend that Disney close Tomorrowland Station and open a new station between the two parks, instead. In that way, Guests would be able to transfer from the monorails to the Disneyland Railroad, the Main Street Vehicles, and the main entrance of D.C.A. relatively easily. And, Guests entering by way of the monorail would be made to use the main entrance and enter Main Street, U.S.A., which is an essential part of the Show.
The current configuration is completely outmoded. With the new arrangement, day-Guests would be able to use the parking valets and D.D. parking areas to reach the main entrances of both parks, and Hotel Guests would be able to do the same. Additionally, Guests of both Disneyland and D.C.A., as well as Hotel Guests, could potentially have unlimited access to the monorail service. Guests of Downtown Disney could potentially also use the monorail for a separate fee to gain previews of both the new park and The Magic Kingdom or to simply enjoy a pleasant excursion.
To preserve the quality of the show, though, the monorail trains would have to reverse their course and proceed from the west station to: the Grand Californian; D.C.A.; the East Esplanade; Disneyland; Central Plaza; the outskirts of Fantasyland; Mickey's Toontown and "it's a small world"; and, Tomorrowland. The trains would, then, exit Disneyland and make station-stops at the central piazza in the Outer Lobby.
Guests leaving the trains would receive an elevated view of Main Street Station and the rest of Main Street, U.S.A. from this vantage point, and Guests still on board would be able to view the piazza and the larger-than-life postcard that serves as the entrance to D.C.A. from the other side of the trains.
A well-designed station between the two parks could also incorporate a more elaborate entrance to The Magic Kingdom and a more prominent "Disneyland" sign. The existing monorail guideway makes a natural peristyle that could be used to much better effect, and Disneyland definitely needs a more interesting entrance.