KingRCT3 wrote:Disabled people can't ride about 80% of the coaster on Earth (just a guess). I don't think they will mind that much if they can't pick any row here (plus the train is relatively short, so the experience is about the same).
Might as well say disabled people don't have feelings or opinions either. Wow. Doesn't hurt to be happy for someone else.
An acceptable option would be a dual loading station, but that obviously is not in the plan. So for now, be happy that some army vet might be able to ride, and pick his seat, just like you.
Let's also remember that 99% of guests will not know there is a lap-bar only version of the ride on the west coast. Which to me means that Busch is not reducing anyone's experience except enthusiasts, but enhancing the experience of the park's disabled guests. In all, a commendable thing to do and a great PR move.