Universal Studios Florida currently has a good number of projects going on at the same time inside this ever-growing theme park. In addition to the two major attractions that are taking shape in New York (Race Through New York Starring Jimmy Fallon) and San Francisco (Fast & Furious: Supercharged), some minor work is being done around Production Central that involve the installation of new metal detectors for the Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit coaster. Let's take a look.
As previously mentioned, some sections of the queue of Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit are currently closed:
It looks like they might be installing more permanent locations for the metal detectors:
This is how the metal detector shelters currently look:
Another small shelter was recently installed nearby. Could it be for the Express queue?
Construction continues in the future site of Race Through New York Starring Jimmy Fallon:
The new building taking shape in front of the existing Soundstage is being extended:
The new facade will surely be much more pleasing than the bare Soundstage we see today:
Walking next to the building:
We really hope that the facade will completely hide the Soundstage:
The attraction's entrance is already fairly visible:
The New York City backdrop was recently refurbished:
Some of the buildings represented look slightly different now:
Notice how some of the windows now appear to have blinds:
The Empire State Building also looks different:
Moving around the rest of the New York City area:
Work also continues in the area that will be occupied by the new Fast & Furious ride:
Not much can be seen from Guest areas at this time:
The existing San Francisco facades continue to be refurbished:
Richter's Burger Co. could be closing soon, according to some recent rumors:
It's time to wrap things up...
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