Elon Musk showed an almost finished tunnel under Los Angeles: video

First Boring Company tunnel under LA almost done! Pending final regulatory approvals, we will be offering free rides to the public in a few months. Super huge thanks to everyone that helped with this project. Strong support from public, elected officials & regulators is critical to success. As mentioned in prior posts, once fully operational (demo system rides will be free), the system will always give priority to pods for pedestrians & cyclists for less than the cost of a bus ticket.

Posted by Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 10, 2018 at 6:49 am PDT

In October last year, Elon Musk posted on Instagram a photograph of the finished 152-meter section of the Los Angeles tunnel, the length of which was ultimately supposed to be 3.2 kilometers. Now, the entrepreneur said that the construction of the first tunnel was almost completed and that in just a few months - if The Boring Company receives permission from the authorities - the company will make its first free trips.

A little earlier it became known that Musk changed the concept of The Boring Company. So, according to the entrepreneur, the company will use the system of underground tunnels as public transport, and only then it will be engaged in the transportation of cars. The idea of ​​Mask is that the system will include thousands of individual stations (the size of a parking space) that will be located throughout the city and will carry out targeted delivery of passengers (which will distinguish this system, for example, from the metro). According to the concept, the shuttle with passengers will go underground and move through the tunnel at a speed of about 200 kilometers per hour.

I wonder how a nuclear reactor works and can robots build a house?

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