There were several high reaches in raised positions throughout the construction site.
Multiple workers were visible around the more completed section of framework, likely securing pieces.
Though the coaster looks like a tangled web of supports right now, it will appear much more streamlined once the temporary supports are removed.
Another two workers were in a high reach near the show building.
Some large pieces of canopy were staged nearby, ready for installation.
One piece had been partially lifted into the air by a crane.
There were more workers at ground level in the construction site, working on the framework pieces.
Some sections of the tarp protecting the coaster have faded in the sunlight.
TRON Lightcycle / Run will not be opening in time for Magic Kingdom’s 50th anniversary, but hopefully we won’t have to wait too long to ride this new roller coaster. Are you excited for TRON Lightcycle / Run? Let us know in the comments.