Now that attendance is increasing, how about opening more shows, attractions, parades, and extend park hours? Instead of squeezing us in an attempt to get more [$] out of less----just start to open up things? Think of all the entertainment that is closed. I understand why but it's time to loosen up. They look always at us for the solution to the problem, but wait times can be made more manageable if we all have more to do-----right now, essentially all we have are the major attractions themselves.Trackless ride systems have reached their peak with ROTR (imo). Everything about it is just genius and (arguably) perfect. It’s also not really all about said trackless system, it’s the combination of other ride systems like simulators and elevators. It’s one grand package like no other.
16 people max per dispatch, at a rate of about every 31 seconds. Now that’s severely reduced because of the one party per vehicle limit currently, but that’s looking to be increased to 2 parties per vehicle as Disney installs plexiglass dividers soon on the ride vehicles.
Trackless systems can be people eaters. A good example is MMRR. For the two or so weeks it was open before the closure it was eating a lot of guests and the line way always moving. (Or maybe I’m just mixing up things due to lack of FP+ maybe?, but there were plenty of reports saying that it was eating a lot of people and wait times were really quick)
Now with that, hopefully Disney can reinvent the wheel again like they did with ROTR and invest in some new ride system, or go back to older ride systems and reinvent those in new ways!
I am staying at Bay Lake Tower next Spring with small grandchildren. While I have lots of experience with WDW, I already am not looking forward to planning/reserving parks and attractions, and whatever it will look like in April '21.