Disney is reportedly doing away with its policy of allowing disabled guests to skip to the front of the line for many rides.

Under the new system, guests with disabilities will be able to request access to a ride at special kiosks at the parks, similar to the way the "Fast Pass" works. They would be told to come back and skip the line at specified time.

However, some advocates for the disabled are not happy because it appears those guests would only be able to request access to one ride at a time.

This change comes months after reports that wealthy families were paying disabled park-goers to ride with them, so they could avoid the long lines.

Disney wants to avoid further abuse of the system. This is scheduled to go into effect October ninth at Disney World and Disney Land in California.

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