Elon Musk gives up the first ready tunnel in Los Angeles
Remember the tunnel almost ready and about to be opened on December 10th? All of this will never take place. There Boring Companyin fact, he withdrew the project for his first gallery, almost ready and to be inaugurated on 10 December. This is due to the various lawsuits brought against the city by different groups of inhabitants.
But perhaps not everyone is aware of what this company really is or who is behind it. In addition to wanting to open a tunnel, the company (one of many) of Elon Musk reached an agreement with the different groups of residents in the areas affected by the project (Brentwood Residents Coalition, Sunset Coalition, and Wendy-Sue Rosen).
The project served, in its first phase, as test prototype, used in system research and development. It was estimated that the tunnel allowed speeds up to 250 km / h.
What will happen in the future
The company will now “bet all its cards” in the tunnel to the Dodgers’ Dugout Loop, promising quick access to the headquarters and links to the subway circuit.
The Boring Company also owns other galleries under construction. Between these, Dugout Loop which connects various locations in Los Angeles to Dodger Stadium; the Chicago Express Loop, which aims to facilitate access to O’Hare airport; and also East Coast Loop to connect the cities of Washington DC and Maryland.