One possibility is to hide the actual numbers of guests. By using visual barriers, partitions, and darkness, as well as by controlling the noise that guests make, Disneyland might be able to better manage the way people experience crowds.
Disneyland needs to offer more inviting places to sit indoors and enjoy air-conditioning or heaters. Disneyland also needs to offer more attractions like Country Bear Playhouse and the PeopleMover, which provide opportunities like these and do not require standing in queues.
ummmm....don't let 85,000 in the park. ...just a thought.
we went once when it was insanly crowded and when it take 45 minutes to walk from potc to iasw there a problem. Also, when thre is no where to sit and eat and people are balancing food on there knees while sitting on the cement all along the walk way....where's the magic in that??
Interesting thought - it seems you hold the APers responsible for the crowds. Where is your evidence that this is the case?
I think complaining about crowds at a popular tourist attraction is silly. The only way to cut down on crowds is to make the park less attractive to visitors, which is an absurd goal. (Unless you could rebuild the park somewhere with more space. Somewhere like Orlando, Florida, for instance.)
I came up with a silly solution to cut down on the crowds, i.e. doubling the price of admission. The only way my silly idea would work is if I did away with the APs.