Tron Lightcycle Run Construction Update from Peoplemover. Our First week of May update on the progress being made at the new Trom Coaster is here. There is some really good work being done in Tomorrowland and we are pleased to give you all the details.
First, the canopy is done! That alone is worthy of an article. The white material will be the backbone of the bright blue roof you will be able to see across the Magic Kingdom. Furthermore, the edging and cabling have all been run. The railroad underpass has been given some new outside walls and wings, along with the interior of the underpass getting some stonework.
Construction seriously is moving fast now. We recently got word that permits have been filed locally for crews to work on the inside of the show building again. Check out our image gallery below.
Groundbreaking computer animation and brilliant visual effects created a legacy that delights fans to this day.
In 1982, Disney made filmmaking history with TRON, the first production of its kind to mix live-action with computer-generated visuals and backlit animation. Loved by legions around the world, it went on to inspire video games, comic books, an animated series, and the 2010 big-screen sequel, TRON: Legacy.
Today, Shanghai Disneyland honors the franchise with one of the coolest and fastest indoor roller coasters in any Disney theme park—TRON Lightcycle Power Run.
Tron Lightcycle Run Construction