From my understanding, the stateside American Disney parks all have wait boards in prominent areas as a courtesy to their Guests.
Disney's California Adventure had a wait board accompanied by a Guest Relations cast member near the entrance to Paradise Pier and across from Golden Dreams. The board itself was nothing fancy, nor was it permanent as its counterpart in Disneyland. It looked like an ol' fashioned chalkboard on wheels, with the typical signage.
I recall using the actual board, and flirting with the cast members, on several visits during the first three years of its operation.
Do the managers feel wait times do not have to be posted given the low attendance? How 'bout performance times for shows and parades? Is that what the show schedule included in the souvenir map is for?
EPCOT has a nifty electronic wait board. Disney's Hollywood Studios has one with an updated park logo.
Disney's California Adventure, wha' happened?
*By the way, did anyone catch that the soundtrack used for Disneyland's Fourth of July fireworks display was the same used by Florida's Magic Kingdom's Fourth of July fireworks show as well? Same music, same year, different parks.
*The Fourth of July fireworks display music was featured in the esplanade area, but in a much lower volume. Yet, the music regularly featured is blasted at maximum level. Why for?
*Also, I enjoy seeing both gay men and lesbian women holding hands and kissing passionately in The Disneyland Resort. Love should not be confined to, and defined only for opposite genders.