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Elon Musk Says It Will Cost $1 to Ride the Boring Company's ‘Loop' Under Los Angeles

1 month ago   |   By Fortune

A ride on Elon Musk's planned underground “Loop” under Los Angeles will cost $1.
The Tesla CEO unveiled how much passengers will have to pay to ride the futuristic transportation system that he hopes to build beneath the city-and at just $1, it costs less than bus fare. One of the tunnels, he said, would connect downtown Los Angeles to the Los Angeles International Airport in just 10 minutes.
“This system is designed to be more like a highway and a bunch of off-ramps and loops connecting to the highway, kind of like cars,” Musk said on Thursday night on stage at a synagogue in Los Angeles...
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Elon Musk's Boring Company Is Partnering With the L.A. Metro

1 month ago   |   By Slate

Elon Musk revealed more details during a speaking event on Thursday about the subterranean mass transit system called the Loop that his Boring Company plans to develop. Among his more ambitious goals is excavating 2.7 miles of tunnel for a vacuum tube that can transport 16 people in a pod from downtown Los Angeles to the LAX airport in eight minutes. According to Google Maps, that trip currently takes around an hour by bus and metro, and 30 minutes by car, though pods in the Loop will supposedly be traveling at 150 miles per hour. The transportation system won't be publicly run, but Musk...
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Elon Musk said rides on the 150 mph Loop transit system could cost $1

Elon Musk said rides on the 150 mph Loop transit system could cost $1

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Elon Musk said rides on the high-speed Loop transit system could cost as little as $1 during an event on Thursday.
Musk said a Loop system could take passengers from downtown Los Angeles to Los Angeles International Airport in eight minutes.
According to Musk, Loop pods will hold 16 people and travel at 150 mph.
Elon Musk said rides on the high-speed Loop transit system could cost as little as $1 during an event on Thursday.
During the event, held in a Los Angeles suburb, Musk and employees from his tunnel-digging company, The Boring Company , discussed the company's progress and answered...
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