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Old 08-16-2012, 10:09 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by YetanotherMouseFan View Post
I would just like for the busses to return to being busses,with actual seats, and not "cattle cars". I really want to start mooing when I'm in a crowd being herded into one of the new buses, with barely any seats, and lots of standing room with nothing close to hold on to. Does Disney realize that many small children also have to ride standing, and there is nothing at their level to hold on to? Someday, there is going to be a suit from somebody being seriously injured in a sudden stop when the whole darn crowd falls down....
I agree with your points here and have always thought about the fact that children have nothing to hold on to. It's something that I have experienced as I can't reach the handles and there haven't been poles nearby to grab. Similarly, what about all of the adults who hold children while standing? That's a huge safety issue, IMO.

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