Single Rider lines are new to me as of three days ago, and they're my new best friend. But what makes me angry is when people abuse them- they take a group of twelve people through and split up from there. I'm okay if you take two or three people in, because it doesn't back up the line and it is close to the original intent of the line, but some people take advantage of them. SR lines I used were Soarin' Over California and Indiana Jones (the latter is quicker because of the ride system). I noticed SR lines for Splash Mountain and Toy Story Mania (surprise). I'm guessing ToT has one, but I'm not sure.
Maliboomer has SR?!?!?! Since when?? I did not know that!
Originally Posted by WDITrent
But what makes me angry is when people abuse them- they take a group of twelve people through and split up from there.
It doesn't bother me as much, they will eventually be split up. That's one of the rules, it's written on the pass. What peeves me is when a group get a SR Pass and go through it, but merge with the line, tha tway they only wait 5 or 10 minutes. For example, on Indy, SR merges with the line until they get to the elevator, but they don't stop there, they keep going up the stairs. It really makes me mad,
It's directly to the left of the main entrance. You walk along the outside perimeter of the Maliboomer site, and up a staircase to the loading area. However, I've had it where I had to wait quite some time to get on, especially if there is a little bit of a line in the SR line (like 3-5 people). But, it's there, nonetheless.
Just keep in mind that not all Single Rider lines are created equal. While all of them will save you tremendous time, some are more effective than others.
For Splash Mountain, you can board with very, very, very little wait. For California Screamin', you may find 5 other single riders in line with you but the wait is still minimal. For TSMM and Indy, it can take up to 15 or even 20 minutes to get on. On Indy, you still have to watch the safety video and they'll often keep you in that room for 2 cycles of the video.