Markers for the extended queue at the Tower of Terror were removed when it was rerouted a few weeks back. Some of the sticky remains are harder to see than others. This leads us to wonder how Walt Disney World will handle the aesthetics of this major transition.
Though removed from the extended queue, the markers still remain near the main stand-by entrance for the Tower or Terror, and even into the extended queue in the Hollywood Hills Amphitheater.
Yet over at Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster, the physical distancing reminders seemed entirely absent from all outdoor queue areas.
You can see the remnants of extended queue markers for Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster along Sunset Boulevard.
The stickers have been peeled off from the extended queue.
They have also been peeled off from the areas closer to the main entrance of the ride.
As they approach the main stand-by entrance, parties are gathered closer together to enter the ride.
Even in the normal outdoor queue, markers have been removed. They resume inside.
How do you feel about the new physical distancing developments at these popular rides in Hollywood Studios? Let us know in the comments.