The work is visible from the monorail and the monorail platforms. At the moment, what can be seen is mostly just large patches of flattened dirt behind the green walls with materials and pieces scattered about.
To one side, pieces of a new sidewalk are visible and it looks like the sidewalk will continue on up to the entrance of the park, through a new security checkpoint for this side.
A directional sign is “preserved” against a concrete divider as new pathways are etched out around it.
Another tram loop should also come down to this end to accommodate guests out at the further ends of the parking lot.
The same sidewalk seems to join a patch of concrete that is currently open for guests to walk around on. It looks like another walkway will branch off of that and lead even further out toward the additional lots.
Pink piping scattered about and stuck in the ground may indicate some sort of water feature, or possibly just sprinklers coming to this area.
Directly to the side of the tram loop is an already paved area that used to be part of the parking lot. Rebar, wood, piping, and other construction materials are lined up in this area. A section of concrete has already been cut out, possibly indicating that the whole area will be repaved to match the rest of the updates.
Work looks to be nearing completion on the unfinished side of the already open tram loop. Queue railings are in place now.
Stay tuned for continuing updates on this project at EPCOT.