I don't think they're as 100% number driven (or at least dollar driven) as the consensus on this board seems to be. We know they pay a ton of attention to guest feedback, fastpass+ was at least in part a direct response to guest complaints about line length, what's to say the #1 complaint at DHS isn't TSMM's wait time? That'd be enough reason to add capacity to it. (We can argue all day whether it makes sense to add capacity to the ride or add more attractions - but can we agree that the most direct and immediately logical (certainly by the suits that run the place) solution to a ride that has long waits is to essentially add more cars to that ride?))I didn't see that other thread (just searched for your earlier posts) so it's not for your lack of posting
I just don't see how they do that.. the savings just don't seem to be there, and given the numbers driven organization that the parks have become.. it just doesn't add up to me. I'll be more than happy to say I was wrong... but for them to go that direction would be jaw dropping shocking to me.
And I'm sure there’s a hundred ways the numbers could add up depending on how they add them. If a person is only waiting in line for an hour instead of two well that's an hour they can spend in a restaurant or gift shop isn't it? Especially if the new track is fastpass only track (don't know for sure but I suspect that's the case as it would allow them to increase capacity without having to change anything about the original ride, nor have to close it). That increases the number of people who aren't waiting in line at all.