Is it really all that hard to understand why the trams aren't coming back right now?
I mean seriously I know half or more of your posts are sarcastic and IMO a bit biased, but this isn't really all that hard of a decision to understand.
Budgets and Manpower right now are tight. Coming off Covid and re-openings you put money and manpower where it will have most impact or where there is the most need.
In this case extra money and CM's should be dedicated to park operations that most, if not all guests are going to use, as opposed to a minority/subset of guests. Anyone not driving to the parks isn't using the tram. Anyone driving to the parks early and getting premium parking isn't likely using a tram. For many people who have no problem walking, they are not waiting around for a tram and simply walking to the park. That was true even before covid.
And while yes the covid closing has been past us for a while now, can anyone really argue that they think the parks themselves are being staffed at a level where they couldn't benefit from more workers? So if its a choice between adding workers to increase park offerings that everyone will use, or adding back in trams at a couple parks for a minority of people will use, is there even a choice of what the proper move is?