• Elon Musk is getting closer to making his Los Angeles tunnel network a reality

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Elon Musk said he is making progress on his ambitious tunneling plans for Los Angeles.
    The Tesla and SpaceX CEO said on Twitter Sunday that he has had "promising conversations" with Eric Garcetti, the mayor of Los Angeles, about building an underground network of tunnels under Interstate 105 in LA.
    "Promising conversations with Mayor of LA regarding tunnel network that would carry cars, bikes, and pedestrians. Permits harder than technology," Musk said.
    Musk officially launched his tunnel company, aptly named The Boring Company, in April. The company's ultimate goal is to build as many as...
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  • Elon Musk claims Mars colony dreams critical to avoid 'Doomsday' event

    Elon Musk claims Mars colony dreams critical to avoid 'Doomsday' event

    2 monthes ago - By ZDnet

    The entrepreneur says one million people sent safely to the planet can help us avoid extinction - and has outlined how to do it.
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  • The Morning After: Monday, June 19th 2017

    The Morning After: Monday, June 19th 2017

    2 monthes ago - By Engadget

    Hey, good morning!
    Monday's back again. Elon Musk is talking to LA authorities about using his traffic tunnels, we play even more games from E3 2017, and Bill Nye is teaming up with Netflix.
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  • Elon Musk says LA is open to his Boring idea: underground traffic tunnels

    Elon Musk says LA is open to his Boring idea: underground traffic tunnels

    2 monthes ago - By TechRadar

    Elon Musk's passion for tunnels is surprisingly infectious, with the tech entrepreneur revealing that he's recently had “promising conversations” with the mayor of Los Angeles to bring The Boring Company's underground traffic solution to the city. In a tweet, Musk said that his planned network of tunnels would be able to “carry cars, bikes and pedestrians” in an attempt to reduce overground congestion. He did, however, add that at the moment securing the permits required to build such an extensive underground network would be more difficult than developing the technology. To back up his...
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