rcwizard13 Posted July 21, 2016 Share Posted July 21, 2016 Developed does not necessarily mean out of room. How so? If the park had a patch of trees or grasslands, hence undeveloped, you'd say that was room to expand to wouldn't you? In order to expand something that is developed; whether it be parking, resorts, buildings, or attractions; would have to go. He was very clear that high cost and low ridership have tremendous influence on the decisions being made. I don't see how this is supposed to work against my point. To me this confirms the park knows something will always have to go and are therefore always analyzing what the best options for removal are. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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