Elon Musk is a visionary who wants to change the world for the better or so do people say about him but the man is a genius which is the most important thing. His company, The Boring Company has been excavating the second of two tunnels planned for the Las Vegas Convention Centers underground loop transit system and it’s now completely. Hopefully, this will be effective by the year 2021 for the CES and hopefully we’ve trumped the Coronavirus by then.
The first of the tunnels was finished back in February and the second so the company will proceed to creating above-ground passenger stations at either end of the tunnels as well as a third underground station right at the middle of the loop.
Dubbed the “Convention Center Loop” by the Boring Company itself and its scheduled to be opened by the January of the year 2021 to the general public during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2021) which is one of the largest annual tech event shows in the world.
There is in fact going to be a pedestrian tunnel that will lets showgoers trek between the 3.2-million-square-feet of convention space in just 15-minutes. Tourists will be able to quickly travel between points of interest in Las Vegas at speeds of up to 155 miles per house inside the two tunnels located 40-feet beneath the surface.
The intention is to enhance the ways by which people travel due to the ever growing numbers of vehicles getting on the road per year causing massive traffic road block due to poor management or toughened system which isn’t just easy for people to manage. The Boring Company tunnel loop aims to solve the problem after all, the essence of technology in the first place is to solve problems facing every living organisms (except the dangerous ones) on the planet.
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