But one of the biggest projects we’ve been checking up on is TRON Lightcycle Run, which is set to debut in Magic Kingdom next year.
We’ve noticed some structures being built around the attraction’s building and coaster track being put in place during our visits. But @bioreconstruct is giving everyone an aerial view of the progress on Disney’s latest construction projects.
You can see where the track will re-enter the indoor part of the TRON Lightcycle Run after its speedy curve outdoors (like Test Track over in EPCOT). Plus, the Cast and Crew members have made a LOT of progress since the project was first announced, so it looks like the high-speed coaster is coming along!
Aerial look at Tron yesterday. pic.twitter.com/jmFaqXoqbr
— bioreconstruct (@bioreconstruct) August 16, 2020
TRON Lightcycle Run isn’t set to open until next year during Disney World’s 50th anniversary, so we will continue to keep you updated on the progress! Stay tuned for all the photos! And if you have any questions about Disney World’s upcoming projects, please let us know and we will do our best to get you the answers you need.
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