Disney road construction season is in full swing

With highly anticipated new attractions coming to Disney World in the next several years, a historically high volume of road construction is taking place to get the parks ready.

Reedy Creek Improvement District — the Disney-controlled taxing district that provides government services to the resort — is in the midst of nearly $800 million worth of road-construction projects that began in 2013 and continues through 2020.

In past years, the district might normally handle $5 million to $10 million worth of projects, mostly maintenance or planning work, at a time.

“This is very unique for us,” said John Classe, Reedy Creek administrator, adding the changes are intended to make it easier and faster for people to travel around the resorts and the parks. “We’re busy.”

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