Tron Coaster Construction Status in Walt Disney World’s Tomorrowland


Periodically we will check in with the status of construction at Disney Parks.

Our go to for construction updates is @bioreconstruct on Twitter. Make sure you give him a follow if you haven’t done so already. He is always a fantastic account to follow for the latest looks at Disney and Universal construction.

Let’s take a look at the images!

(Photo Credit: @Bioreconstruct on Twitter)

My number one recommendation for seeing the Tron coaster construction up close is to ride the TTA People Mover.  It will take you right over the new Speedway track and right past the Tron coaster construction!

Here are some more great looks at the track.


Another way to get a good view is to ride the Monorail.
(Photo Credit: @Bioreconstruct on Twitter)

It does look like it’s coming along rather quickly, but these are outdoor track pieces. Comparatively, the Shanghai Tron Coaster was at about the same place at a similar time in the construction progress.

Here’s what the Tron Lightcycle Power Run coaster in Shanghai looks like. Again, we are not sure how similar the attraction will be yet.

(Photo Credit: Disney)

The new Walt Disney World Tron coaster is set to open 2021 around the time of the 50th Anniversary of Walt Disney World.

I’m really looking forward to watching this progress as time goes on. Also hoping for more updates at D23 in August.

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: @bioreconstruct on Twitter, Disney


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