I actually do not know regarding the Monorail - although you really won't wait long for it even if the queue is outside (it's around 5-10 minutes from the entrance to the building). I presume you go up the exit, though? Unsure!
I'm not sure, this is the first time I'm going and having to use the disabled wristbands. So I've no idea how I even avoid the queues on the rides, nevermind the monorail :D
If you have a blue badge for your car you can park in the car park right next to the main enterance to the park so you wont need to use the monorail at all.
I'm using public transport to get there so will have to use the monorail. Thanks for your help, though!
Got another question (sorry for so many, I've been to Alton Towers many a time, but this is a first after becoming disabled.)I think I posted this originally in the wrong section):
I'm staying overnight at the hotel, is there any added benefits to buying the tickets and the hotel as a package over buying them separately? I can get the tickets cheaper separately, but wanted to know if there were any good reasons to buy a hotel package.