The Boring Company and 55 Vegas Resorts

The Boring Company and 55 Vegas Resorts

The Boring Company has 55 Las Vegas Resorts slated to have Las Vegas Convention Center Loop, “LVCC Connector”, tunnels built in Vegas to join access to the Vegas Loop systems. 

Las Vegas Resorts World “casino and hotel”, just finished their tunnel loop access. The next resort to start their tunnel connector is Encore. 

According to Vital Vegas, a Vegas News group who is up-close and experiencing the tunnels in their hometown, 

“Riding a Tesla in the Vegas Loop is officially on our Las Vegas must-do list!“

Tickets for the resort access tunnels to the Vegas Loop, can be purchased in person with a online QR code from the Vegas Loop station or resorts utilizing the station. The code leads to an online ticket purchasing platform. 

The Resorts World-LVCC Connector tunnel takes you, in 1 to 4 minutes, to any of the completed three exhibition halls of LVCC Boring tunnel stations at the Las Vegas Convention Center. 

The cost of building the tunnels in phases, is broken up into different parts. The Boring Company pays for the bi-directional tunnels, resorts pay for their personal stations, and operational costs for the Vegas Loop is paid by the Vegas Loop Las Vegas Convention/ Visitors Authority which is funded by hotel resort room taxes.

Currently, LVCVA has a $4.5 million contract funding the Vegas Loop etc into June 30th 2023.

The Boring Company is an Elon Musk Company with headquarters in Austin, Texas. 

More information can be found at The Boring Company

(pictures from “Vital Vegas”)


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