Single Rider Lines?

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  1. SpaceMtMan

    SpaceMtMan Mouseketeer

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    Hi everyone!

    I was just wondering if any one knew if ToT, RnRC, or TT 2.0 has single rider lines? I know EE has one and I loved it, I was able to ride it back-to-back 3 times in a row and I'm just wondering if ToT, RnRC, or TT 2.0 has them and if so, where exactly in the ride-area? (ie. EE's single rider line isn't really near the main entrance)

    I've been looking around but haven't been able to find anything

    Thanks
     
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  3. DisneyTracy73

    DisneyTracy73 Earning My Ears

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    I know RNRC does, can't remember about TOT and TT use to but I haven't rode it since they redid it so idk about that one
     
  4. siskaren

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    ToT doesn't, as far as I know TT still does.
     
  5. Chuckers

    Chuckers Missing my day trips to Disneyland :(

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    I've read Test Track still has a single rider line. ToT never had a single rider line.
     
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    It is true ToT does not have a single rider line, however, if you are in the queue, many times you can get on sooner as they fill each car, and will often ask for a party of one or two to step forward. Shortens the line a little! ;)
     
  9. TDC Nala

    TDC Nala <font color=red>1937, what a year that was<br><fon Moderator

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    Only three WDW attractions have single rider lines - Test Track, Rockin' Roller Coaster and Expedition Everest.
     
  10. ghtx

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    Yup.

    Yes, you can do this. But this will at most save you only a couple of minutes of waiting. A dedicated single-rider queue, OTOH, can save lots of time (e.g. a 20 minute wait vs. a 60 minute wait).

    Too bad that there aren't more single-rider queues. :sad2:
     
  11. Crystal824

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    Beware, the single rider lines at RnR and TT can often result in a wait as long as the regular line especially RnR.
     
  12. siskaren

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    I've always sailed through the single rider line at TT, although I haven't been since the renovation, so I don't know if that's changed anything.
     
  13. SpaceMtMan

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    Alright thank you everyone. I assume that the times that RnRC's SR line is as long as the standby line is during the peak hours of the day?

    Anyone know why there isnt more SR lines at WDW? Why not BTMR? Or ToT?
     
  14. MSSANDRA

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    EE is for some reason the fastest Single rider line. Done walk on many times with it. TT is sooo varied. We have cut a 60 minute wait to 10 minutes and also waited 30 to 45 minutes when the line was an hour or more long. We have never waited as long as the stand-by line. We have not done R&R single line in a long time and just can not remember.
     
  15. sadossey

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    Did single rider on RnR last week. I think the posted wait for standby was 50 or 60 min. SR line took about 20-25 min. Got to the Aerosmith part quickly, most of the wait was at the loading area waiting for odd # parties.
     

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