Nevada’s Clark County approved plans for 46-km (29-mile) network of tunnels beneath Las Vegas, NV. The tunnels will be built by The Boring Co. and are an extension of the 2.7-km (1.7-mile) Las Vegas Loop that currently shuttles passengers beneath the Las Vegas Convention Center via Telsa autos driving through the tunnels. The Las Vegas Review Journal reported that the approval of a 50-year franchise agreement between the county and The Boring Co. sets the stage for the permitting process to begin, which would lead to the start of construction of the dual loop system that would operate mainly in the Resort Corridor with stations at various resorts and connections to Allegiant Stadium and UNLV. The county’s approval is only for the alignment of the proposed route. Each one of the planned 51 ...
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