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    Change to Peter Pan DAS/Wheelchair Line

    We rode PP for the first time since the holidays tonight and encountered a different DAS return line. Tonight, the return line was at the exit as usual, but there were several CMs with handheld devices going through the line scanning guests in. If the guests had no mobility issues, they were escorted to a different line. The new line was along the wall between the exit and the regular line (behind the control podium where the CM at the exit sits). The CM led us in to the new line up to the turnstile, allowed a few other parties to go by, then put us into right through the turnstile into the last leg of the line to go to the boarding area. I remember seeing a construction wall in this area during the rainstorms a few weeks ago. This must be what was being remodeled. The new configuration worked fine for us, but I can see this being a problem for anyone who has problems waiting in tight lines for any length of time. If, for some reason, the boarding line were to back up, you could get stuck in the last leg of the line for longer than expected. If being in this kind of situation without easy access to an exit could be a problem, make sure to tell the CMs outside before they lead you to the turnstile. I think you would be allowed to stay in the outside queue.


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    Change to Peter Pan DAS/Wheelchair Line

    We rode PP for the first time since the holidays tonight and encountered a different DAS return line. Tonight, the return line was at the exit as usual, but there were several CMs with handheld devices going through the line scanning guests in. If the guests had no mobility issues, they were escorted to a different line. The new line was along the wall between the exit and the regular line (behind the control podium where the CM at the exit sits). The CM led us in to the new line up to the turnstile, allowed a few other parties to go by, then put us into right through the turnstile into the last leg of the line to go to the boarding area. I remember seeing a construction wall in this area during the rainstorms a few weeks ago. This must be what was being remodeled. The new configuration worked fine for us, but I can see this being a problem for anyone who has problems waiting in tight lines for any length of time. If, for some reason, the boarding line were to back up, you could get stuck in the last leg of the line for longer than expected. If being in this kind of situation without easy access to an exit could be a problem, make sure to tell the CMs outside before they lead you to the turnstile. I think you would be allowed to stay in the outside queue.


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