While the repaving of Center Street at the Magic Kingdom initially stalled for a few months for the larger portion of the street, it seems the actual connection with Main Street, U.S.A. is taking significantly less time. Finally, bricks are down and the cement between them is in!
At the transition from Main Street to Center Street, bricks are already down on the final portion of the street. The space just reopened at the beginning of November after nearly six months of construction. That the new portion took only three weeks seems like a miracle.
The new bricks are already aged and have cement laid in place between them. We can likely expect the offshoot of Main Street, U.S.A. to reopen any day now once the cement settles.
The reopening of the street means guests can access more shaded tables and chairs, as well as the silhouette stand.
This of course isn’t the only construction site at the Magic Kingdom by any means. The construction in Tomorrowland on the new TRON Lightcycle / Run coaster has dragged on nearly five years, but it’s finally almost ready to go! Check out our latest update here on WDWNT, and let us know if you’re excited to see Center Street back in the comments below.
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