The Mark VI monorail fleet is made up of 12 trains, each one named for the color of the stripe that runs along its side. The twelve trains are:
Peach and Teal were made from old parts of retired trains. Peach is the newest edition of the fleet it started in the fall of 2011.(October)
The following two trains were retired following a fatal accident on July 5, 2009:
Around 2:00 AM on July 5, 2009, Monorail Purple and Monorail Pink collided inside the Transportation and Ticket Center, killing the pilot of Monorail Purple, 21-year-old Austin Wuennenberg. It was the first fatal accident on the Walt Disney World Monorail System in its 38-year history. The system reopened on July 6. It was the first ever accident that someone was killed in. As a result, front cab riding on the WDW Monorail was suspended indefinitely.