I forgot to mention that if you have a disabled placard you can request to park in Pinnochio, which is right where the trams are. :)
I'm sorry Data, but I strongly disagree with this! I can remember the time when buying a ticket book for the rides was optional and instead you could just pay an entrance fee to walk around. My parents use to do this and just let us kids go on the rides. They enjoyed things like Main Street, the various other shops and the many "Exhibition" shows that DL had for anyone to just walk into. Oh no, there are plenty of fun things to do at DLR for the elderly or disabled so don't let this stop you from taking any friend or loved one to DLR.
Of course you're not going to decide to not give HM a wheelchair ramp just because southern mansions of the period most likely didn't have them...that'd just be silly and rude and inappropriate. All I'm saying is that places like Disneyland have to be designed first and foremost for the people who are capable of taking advantage of most of what it has to offer. It needs to be safe for everyone, but there are limits to what can be done when it comes to people who are severely incapacitated.
Again...I don't mean that disabled people shouldn't enter the park or shouldn't be taken care of by Disney. We just have to accept that there are, unfortunately, practical constraints on what can be done for them.
there is a drop off which is where the octa and mta parked which is on harbor blvd. but thats a hassle. take the 15 min park way more better.