The Boring Company Reveals First Passenger Station in Las Vegas

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Elon Musk’s underground Tesla tunnel company, The Boring Company, has completed its first passenger station in Las Vegas, after the city approved the company’s expansion to city limits last month.

The first passenger station for The Boring Company’s Las Vegas loop was revealed on Thursday, as reported by The Verge.

The station marks the first in a series of 55 stops across 29 miles of tunnels beneath Las Vegas.

The Boring Company already has a miniature version of the loop beneath the Las Vegas convention center, completed in 2021 and featuring about 1.6 miles total of underground transit space.

In a statement, President of Resorts World Las Vegas Scott Sibella said, “Today marks a monumental moment not only for our resort, but for Las Vegas.” Sibella continued, “Our passenger station will make a visit to our resort from the Las Vegas Convention Center easier than ever, and eventually connect us to key destinations throughout the city.”

Proposals for Boring Company loops were also accepted in Fort Lauderdale, Florida last year, dubbed the “Las Olas Loops,” where the city will run tunnels from the downtown area to the shoreline.

The Boring Company is also in talks with San Antonio, Texas about potentially building an underground loop.

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