Disney’s constantly adjusting their procedures throughout the parks.
Lately, we’ve noticed Disney has stopped socially distancing rows on many of their rides. And while slower-moving rides like Frozen Ever After or Living with the Land have installed plexiglass shields between rows, that has not been the case with roller coaster-like rides such as Slinky Dog Dash and Rock ‘n’ Rollercoaster. And recently, we noticed another fast-moving ride has gotten the same treatment.
Seven Dwarfs Mine Train is now loading guests onto every row, without plexiglass barriers. When we watched the train zoom by today, the entire thing was full.
We stuck around and watched a few vehicles — each was fully loaded!
Increasing capacity on the rides could be Disney’s fix for the ever-growing wait times throughout the parks. And with spring break crowds already popping up, we have to acknowledge that this change will get people in and out quicker. We’ll keep an eye out for more changes and keep ya posted! Stay tuned to DFB for more Disney news and updates.
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