The Boring Company has nearly finished its first tunnel

The Boring Company has nearly finished its first tunnel

The Boring Company has nearly finished its first tunnel

Elon Musk says the first tunnel is "almost done".

In another tweeted response, Musk said the test tunnel has a top speed of 155 miles per hour (250 kilometers).

CEO Elon Musk, better known for leading SpaceX and Tesla Motors, said on Twitter Sunday that the first test tunnel for his underground "loop" transit concept "is nearly done" and that a special event on December 10 will be followed by free rides in the tunnel at SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, Calif.

The public could get a chance to take a test ride on the Boring Company's futuristic, high-speed, underground traffic shortcut as soon as December 11.

The tunnel runs about 2 miles under the streets of Hawthorne, where Musk's SpaceX headquarters is located.

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Elon Musk has come a step closer to creating a "loop" transit system beneath Los Angeles to bring an end to "soul-destroying traffic" in the city.

By lowering the cost of building tunnels and providing a transit alternative to driving, the company would help alleviate city congestion and offer high-speed transportation options across the country.

In addition to the testing tunnel and the East Coast route, the Boring Company lists an underground tunnel project in Chicago.

Manufactured under his firm Boring Co., Hyperloop is a network of high-speed transit tunnels created to maximise the efficiency of public transport at a lowered cost. "I think real", Musk replied.

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