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PHOTOS: Slinky Dog Dash Now Loading Every Row at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Slinky Dog Dash, which was previously loading every other row, is now loading guests into every row, regardless of whether or not they are in the same party.

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Each car of the Slinky Dog Dash train has two rows, one immediately in front of the other. Each car has a few feet of space between them.

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Since October, plastic dividers have been up in the loading area as extra protection.

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Unlike attractions like Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway, dividers cannot be installed between rows on the Slinky Dog Dash vehicles.

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While loading every row means that more guests can ride the attraction in a day, it does contradict the social distancing policy otherwise in place at Walt Disney World.

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How do you feel about this change at Slinky Dog Dash in Disney’s Hollywood Studios? Let us know in the comments.

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Joshua D'Arts
Joshua D'Arts
5 months ago

I love it! The more we get back to normal, the better!

Ben
Ben
5 months ago

What in adorable and very funny slinky toy is actually going on here…?? This goes against their very own mitigation efforts,which has seemed to be working just fine.regardless of the line spilling into jofferys by the now defunct incredibles area…..please change this back Disney. As it’s for everyone’s safety and as always. #FireChapek.

Kathy
Kathy
5 months ago

People put themselves at risk. If they want to risk getting sick, they should get sick, but they should stay home after and not risk the lives of others at hospitals.

Jamie
Jamie
5 months ago

Almost 300k cases in a day for the US, Disney’s response: “I think it’s safe to start breaking social distance rules”.

Gary
Gary
5 months ago

Great idea! Outside with natural ventilation so extremely low risk of any transfer of virus. Better customer experience. Good move Disney!

Pete
Pete
5 months ago

About time. Each row is effectively isolated from the next anyways and there is the seat barrier between rows and everyone faces the same direction.

Jack B
Jack B
5 months ago

During the ride I’d feel safer than standing at the loading platform or elsewhere with those plexiglass barriers. I’m not sure both how much they stop transmission to the other side of the barrier, and if they do, to what extent they simply hold in any airborne virus in place for the next person who stands in that same area. But since I’m not planning to visit WDW anytime soon I haven’t investigated my concerns to see how accurate they are.