Once upon a time, there was a fantastic way to minimize your wait for some of the most popular rides at the park, as long as you didn't mind splitting up your party. You approaced a CM at the front of the ride and requested Single Rider passes. Once the coupons were given, you proceeded through the exit of the ride to the loading area, and were seated in the first available empty seat. It only worked on rides with a fixed capacity, but it was a lovely, lovely system.
So imagine my disappointment when I asked a CM at Indy for the passes, only to be told that the system had been removed from all rides except Splash. And so I ask you, why? It was win-win for the guests and the park, because guests who were willing to do it could completely bypass two-hour lines, and it ensured that the ride was running at full capacity and that no seats went to waste. I'd love to see this system running again on every popular ride where you're sitting in an individual seat instead of on a bench (i.e. Space Mountain, Splash Mountain, Star Tours, and Indy).
Was there an actual reason for the park to pull it out?