Guests visiting Six Flags over Texas in 2016 will experience a reconfigured front gate entrance intended to boost efficiency and throughput. According to park president Steve Martindale, the metal detectors have been moved to the covered walkway before the ticket booths. Separating the security screening from the ticketing should improve how the park handles large crowds, a growing issue with increasing attendance.

The statement was made within this article talking about the chain’s $2 million fourth-quarter profit, up considerably from 2014’s fourth-quarter loss of $34 million.