Lately I've been reading up a little more on various transportation systems as Indianapolis is still in the survey process for a possible transit system (all we have is a bus system more fit for a smaller town than a growing metro city). One of the possible new transportation systems include Bus Rapid Transit. The idea is that the buses are given their own isolated lanes in roadways specifically designed for a new kind of bus which is speedier and carries a higher capacity of guests (if I'm not mistaken there's usually a greater capacity of guests who use the buses to travel from park to park than from park to hotel for most of the day). Isolated lanes also could decrease the number of road accidents a good number of the buses have within the resort.
I know it's no monorail but I'm amazed that Disney doesn't invest in this system to at least make more efficient travel between the parks (specifically between park where there's no monorail access). No doubt it will be cheaper to build a few roadways strictly for bus rapid transit than it would be to build monorail tracks. This would require a bit of reorganization at the parks' bus stations. In the future should Disney want to invest in it, the Bus Rapit Transit roadway can be converted into light rail systems (a more advanced BRT similar to a streetcar). Or this could expanded to the hotels.
So what's the opinion on this? Personally I think it would be better to just finish the monorail so it reaches all four parks but a BRT is more realistic I guess.