Boring corporate tunnels will likely be all over the “gambling city”

According tomedia reports, “the latest information may really change the “casino” Las Vegas people in the city of travel. Responding to a Twitter user’s question about whether the Boring Company tunnel might find a location at Las Vegas Airport and elsewhere in downtown Las Vegas, Elon Musk, the company’s CEO, responded that such a project “looks very likely.”

In addition to the tunnel loop from the airport to the city, the tunnel will also stop at Wynn Resorts and Resorts Las Vegas.

Boring companies have tested their crazy transport ideas through a test tunnel in the real world. The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority chose Musk’s pet project, which would create a tunnel system for the city’s convention center. Earlier this year, Boring completed a tunnel linking the original center to the newly expanded hall.

The expansion of the tunnel linking the airport to downtown Las Vegas will be one of the company’s biggest tasks to date. The company has had a job at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport in the past, but news of the project has never been reported. So far, boring companies have attracted the most attention in the tunnels in Las Vegas, mainly because they are nearing completion.

By the time the first tunnel system opens in 2021, passengers will be travelling in Tesla vehicles 40 feet underground at 155 mph speeds. It takes a 15-minute walk from the Las Vegas Convention Center, but a ride in a boring company can be reduced to two minutes.