I'm sure. But I'm not talking about any Disney Monorail at all, I'm talking about our monorail here in Vegas, which shuttle along the east side of the Strip. They've been built and operated by Bombardier for a while now, and Bombardier has had some problems with the "building" part (such as a tire falling off a train and bouncing into a casino parking garage) and glaring errors with the "operating" (including the opening doors and ignoring alarms that I mentioned.) Most recently one train shut down due to failure earlier this summer for 6 hours on one of the hottest days of the year, leaving people stranded in the trains and stopping the whole line. They repaired it, put it on the track, and it broke down again the very next day. It's been back in service the past few months without problems.Originally Posted by TDLFAN
Anyway, I'm sure they aren't as meticulously cared for in the long run as the TDL trains, but considering that the parent company is losing money because the Monorails aren't getting enough riders to stay in the black, I honestly wouldn't be suprised.