Photos: Resorts World Las Vegas
The Boring Company opens another station in the LVCC Loop, the Resorts World Las Vegas. Passengers will now be transported to the convention center in an efficient and environmentally friendly manner, in electric Tesla vehicles.
Resorts World Las Vegas announced in a press release the opening of its Las Vegas Convention Center Loop passenger station. The new station will complement the existing ones at the LVCC Loop, which provide direct underground access to the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) in a pleasant, efficient and environmentally friendly manner. This is possible thanks to Tesla cars, which deliver passengers to their destination in just a few minutes.
Resorts World Las Vegas is pleased to now be ready to connect to the expanded Vegas Loop system. With the addition of the new station, development efforts on the proposed innovative transportation system will move even further forward. The Resorts World Passenger Station in Las Vegas will be the first of more than 55 stations expected to form the Vegas Loop. The goal of the Vegas Loop is to eventually carry thousands of passengers an hour throughout the resort corridor. The Vegas Loop will be constructed in phases that include the Resorts World Las Vegas passenger station, the LVCC Loop, and future service extensions along the Strip and Downtown Las Vegas.
“Today marks a monumental moment not only for our resort, but for Las Vegas,” said Scott Sibella, president of Resorts World Las Vegas. “Our passenger station will make a visit to our resort from the Las Vegas Convention Center easier than ever, and eventually connect us to key destinations throughout the city. Resorts World Las Vegas strives to transform the way people experience Las Vegas, and this offering does just that. We are proud to partner with The Boring Company on what we believe to be the future of travel.”
“In addition to offering our convention customers direct access to Resorts World's world-class hospitality and entertainment, this milestone is an important step in the development of a game-changing transportation solution in Las Vegas,” said Steve Hill, president and CEO of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA).
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