So I want to say, based on these pictures, I do NOT think we are going to see these Gondolas being capable of taking wheelchair and ECV passengers. Look at the shot below. This is the first good view we have had of the entire station. There is clearly not a big loading area here. There looks to be about 8 to 10 cabs in the gondola station at any one time. That would indicate to me that the load /unload time will be somewhere around 60-80 seconds - not really enough time to be loading ECVs. There is certainly no place for a gondola to disconnect. Then look at the second image - especially the car in the forefront on the left. This shows what looks like 3 people sitting in the cab. It makes the gondolas look like they are probably in the 4-6 person size, not larger. Again, quite unlikely to see a wheelchair or ECV fit into one of these gondolas. So - I'm thinking that this confirms they will still run buses or some sort of shuttle service to the parks. They will need something for wheelchairs and ECVs, as well as those that have a fear of heights and won't ride the gondolas - of course we basically knew that already, but it really does show that they won't be taking wheelchairs and ECVs on the gondolas.