"You'll be able to roll right on there with a wheelchair or stroller. There's going to be significant sitting or standing, so you'll be able to park there with a stroller, which you can’t really do on the bus,” said Diffendal.
The gondolas could move several thousand people every hour. Because of that, WFTV learned that there are expected to be fewer Disney buses and rental cars on the roads.
With the permits filed, Disney can start work on the footers for the project immediately and could have the gondolas up and running by the time Star Wars Land opens in 2019.
"For transportation at Walt Disney World, it is completely going to change the game,” Diffendal said.
WFTV contacted Disney for comment. Officials said they have numerous projects in various stages of development across their resorts and if a project moves forward, they'll let us know.