I'd extend park hours to their old summer schedules: midnight Friday and 1am Saturday!
I would make sure there were more open places to buy coffee at the end of the night - probably Plaza Inn since it would also provide a place to have a nice dessert w/out standing in the ice cream line (So hard sometimes to find ice cream after dark! I always remembered that problem as a kid)
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For most of my answers please visit my "Ten Year Plan" thread. A couple other things:
-Only employ good looking people, believe me, presentable looking employees goes along way. It sounds very vein, but when tourists visit DisneyLand they don't want to be served by some ugly person. They want to get lost in the magic and ugly peeps is too realistic. That's the way Disney used to hire people at least and it worked.
-Bring back the old ticket system to DCA where you get in the park for a small fee but have to pay for the rides and attractions.
-Find a different way to load and unload on Indy, stopping in front of the boulder for two minutes is getting annoying.
-Fund more restraunts and eateries.
-Abolish premium APs and reduce black out days on Deluxe to only peak season saturdays. (there goes your crowd control problem.) Making Deluxe passes the new premium. Making the price for Deluxe being around the two fifty price range.
-Only rent ECVs for those who need them. I.E people with REAL medical problems, not weight issues.