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The Boring Company has shared a bit more information on the plans for the underground transportation system it is constructing at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
New renderings posted on the company’s website show three station types: surface stations, subsurface stations, and subsurface open-air stations.
The website also has an updated description of the “Loop” with new details on the vehicles that will carry passengers.
Loop is an all-electric, zero-emissions, high-speed underground public transportation system in which passengers are transported via compatible Autonomous Electric Vehicles (AEVs) at up to 150 miles per hour through Main Artery Tunnels between stations. AEVs are Tesla vehicles (Model S, 3, and X) that operate autonomously within the Loop system.
Once completed, the 2-mile Convention Center Loop will transport riders beneath the Las Vegas Convention Center free of charge. The $52.5 million Loop is the Boring Company’s first commercial project. The company is also working on projects in Los Angeles and Washington D.C.