The small test tunnel of the company digging the Boring Company tunnel in its own backyard is almost complete. If you want to dig outside, you need to deal with the government and the surrounding population. At this time, the Boring Company finally saw rejection from the outside world. Local groups accused tunnels planned under 405 Expressways and Sepulveda Avenue in Los Angeles without proper EIA procedures and should not be allowed to build.
Last month, the Boring Company reached a settlement with local groups and officially ended the planned construction of the tunnel yesterday. The Boring Company will then focus on the destination at the Dodge Ballpark, take the route under Sunset Boulevard and connect to the existing Red Line subway station. Although this route is not long, but the Dodge Stadium does not have mass transportation, local traffic will be a nightmare whenever there is a game, and construction barriers may be smaller. After completion, Boring has "performance" as the basis for future promotions.
But it also revealed that the Muscle aura had its limits. Even if the local government was actively willing to promote it, there was no way for people to appreciate it. If it is built, Musk's goal is to operate a small high-speed cockpit to go up around $ 1, with 10 to 15 passengers on underground soil in the Lobin. But is that really possible? (Many experts say Musk underestimates the difficulty of digging tunnels.) It's hard to say whether you can return to the future.