New construction photos for the TRON attraction show that the project is moving right along. While there is still plenty to do to make this ride a reality the first steps are moving forward.
Lots of heavy machinery can be seen on the site. Most notably is the large crane taking center stage. The bulk of the area has been cleared and while a significant amount of dirt still remains, it is clear the area is being prepped for building to come.
The construction area is located in Tomorrowland in the space behind Space Mountain and the Tomorrowland Speedway.
The TRON attraction was announced at D23 in 2017. The attraction is expected to be similar to the TRON Lightcycle Power Run at Shanghai Disneyland. The rollercoaster is a representation of the high tech sci-fi/fantasy movie TRON that first debuted in 1982 then was remade in 2010. The attraction in Shanghai has riders board a 2-wheeled lightcycle train and embark on a fast-paced adventure full of colorful lights and excitement.
The target date for the opening of this highly anticipated attraction is during the 50th-anniversary celebration of Walt Disney World in 2021. Stay tuned for updates as the construction continues and watch the progress as the TRON coaster becomes a reality.
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