Originally Posted by cmwade77
That was exactly what I have heard GR advise that someone with the same situation as the OP do on several occasions. Pretty much word for word what I said by the way. Actually, he can make them move by kicking them off the bus for not complying with his instructions. Which is technically what he is required to do under federal law. This law is unfortunately not enforced, as there is no agency that enforces it. The only way would for it to be enforced would be if someone who was affected by the driver not doing this decided to sue over it. It's obviously simpler to just wait for the next bus, so this will most likely never happen. But the law is indeed on the books.
How does he know the people sitting there aren't disabled as well? They can ask but not force. Just because someone doesn't look disabled doesn't mean they aren't.
And as others have said meeting someone at the end of a line is simply not practical nor possible in many rides. Regardless of what you overheard. If you ask the attraction cm they will tell you it's not possible.