The Boring Company gets approval for Las Vegas public transportation system

The Clark County Commissioners unanimously approved Wednesday's plans for The Boring Company's Las Vegas Loop system. The Elon Musk venture is now one step closer to the day it can begin digging the tunnels that run 29 miles. The 51-station network, which will link various hotels and other destinations between Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, will be completed once it is complete. Before the company can begin excavating, it must obtain the permits.
Expanding and moving forward on plans for the "Vegas Loop". The #ClarkCounty Commissioners have approved an agreement to maintain and establish a transportation system that will run under the Las Vegas Strip. It will also be used by @AllegiantStadm & @UNLV. Clark County Nevada (@ClarkCountyNV) October 20, 2021

Steve Davis, the boring president, told the Las Vegas Review that the company would build the system in stages. It will be open as soon as it has completed each station. Boring expects to construct five to ten stations in the first six months, and 15 to 20 each year thereafter. Construction should be completed in three years.