That’s just road replacement work from what I can tell. Aside from the pictures taken today, doesn’t seem like work on TRON has resumed yet, aside from the on-site deliveries reported a couple weeks ago. We would also see vehicles on-site from contractors if work did resume, but sadly isn’t present in the pics.I am really excited for the Tron Coaster as it looks like progress is being made. It sure does look like it is right on top of Space Mountain though from those photos.
I don't think the thing the arrow is pointing to is track. It may be a piece of the canopy structure. You can see some of the bare canopy structure from Shanghai in this picture.
No, that is indicative of safe practices when they left and wind. Tower cranes are “weathervained” when not in use so that they rotate with the wind instead of resisting it by being locked into a single position.I don't really know anything about construction, but the crane is obviously facing in a different direction between Bio's pics from the 12th and the 20th. Is that indicative of any work going on?
After our family rode Tron in Shanghai upwards of 13 times, I had to remind my grandsons that would be unlikely in Florida!Space Mountain is usually one of the longest lines in WDW. I wonder what the opening of Tron will do for that? I'm sure it'll still be popular but I bet it'll help =)
That’s actually not the correct takeaway regarding splash mountain or TRON.So they announce that they’re closing Splash Mountain AND delaying TRON on the same day? Disney needs new leadership. Whoever made these decisions doesn’t have the guts to be a leader in a Fortune 500 company.