Boring Company Las Vegas City Wide Expansion Plan Has City Council Approval
Brian Wang| December 17, 2020|
The Boring Company’s application to expand into downtown Las Vegas has been approved by the Las Vegas City Council.
This marks the first step in a continued process for the project. They will need to have their design approved at a future date before permits can be issued and construction begins.
The trip from the airport to downtown Las Vegas would take about seven minutes. Boring Company hopes to expand to other areas of the valley in the future.
Tesla vehicles will shuttle passengers through 10 miles of underground tunnels connecting the Strip to downtown Las Vegas, Allegiant Stadium, the airport and more destinations. There will be multiple parallel tunnels so that each trip is an express trip that does not make other stops.
Watch as #lvcouncil discusses and votes on @boringcompany‘s application for the possible expansion of their underground monorail system into #DTLV: https://t.co/h5waa7wWxy
Boring Company has advanced discussions and projects with Los Angeles and cities on the East Coast of the USA.
SOURCES- City of Las Vegas, Boring Company Written By Brian Wang, Nextbigfuture.com
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