As we have seen on the Disney Skyliner, even more progress has been made since our last update.
Light fixtures and benches are being moved around the construction site, suggesting that the area may be in the process of being finished.
On the other side of the path, other benches are lined up on the gray stone sidewalk.
The area that was previously surrounded seems to have disappeared from its barricades.
It also looks like the large construction vehicle that was parked across the street has moved, now standing near the entrance to the Remy Ratatouille Adventure marquee.
From the Skyliner we can see more trucks and equipment outside of the expansion.
The new toilets seem almost complete, at least from the outside.
On the left side of the photo above, planters are being prepared for installation, bringing some extra greenery to the area.
Once it is open to the public, it will be much rarer to see the streets so empty during the day.
Finally, we can get a glimpse of where the guests will enter the expansion of the France pavilion to experience the Rémy Ratatouille adventure.
While we don’t know exactly when the expansion will open, it certainly looks like construction is picking up pace towards the finish line. If you can’t wait that long, you can watch the video from the recently published Disney Parks blog on Ratatouille: The Adventure, the attraction’s counterpart in France.
Keep reading WDWNT for continued coverage of the construction of the France pavilion expansion at EPCOT!