Topic : Elon Musk

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Musk unveils Boring Co.'s high-speed transportation tunnel

Technology| December 19, 2018

Costing approximately $10 million to complete, the 1.14-mile-long tunnel runs under one of the main streets in Hawthorne, California.

Musk proposes underground high-speed system to Dodger Stadium

Technology| August 16, 2018

The pod-like electric skates, which could carry eight to 16 passengers at a time, would travel up to 150 miles per hour.

Rail| June 14, 2018

The Boring Co. chosen to build Chicago Express Service

Plans to deliver 12-minute service from Downtown to O’Hare Airport using electric vehicles in underground tunnels.

Technology| June 1, 2018

[Video] The Boring Company: Musk Talks Tunneling, High-Tech Bricks

Elon Musk discusses his company's vision to "alleviate soul-destroying traffic" through a zero-emissions, high-speed, underground public transportation system.

Technology| June 1, 2018

[Video] Loop: High-Speed Underground Public Transportation System

Loop is a high-speed underground public transportation system in which passengers are transported on autonomous electric skates traveling at 125-150 mph.

Technology| February 21, 2018

Musk's tunneling co. gets permit for DC-to-NYC hyperloop

The hyperloop tunnel would run from New York to Philadelphia to Baltimore to D.C.

Technology| January 23, 2018

Musk's Boring Co. presents L.A. tunnel plan

The plans for the privately funded transportation tunnel underneath the Westside of the city were presented at a council meeting on Monday.

Technology| November 30, 2017

Elon Musk's tunneling co. to bid on Chicago airport transportation project

The project, unveiled Nov. 28 by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, aims to provide commuters with a 20-minute option to taxi or Uber rides, which cost between $40 and $60.

Technology| October 23, 2017

Musk gets 'OK' to start hyperloop in Maryland

The 10.3-mile tunnel will be the first portion of the underground hyperloop system that the SpaceX founder wants to build between Washington, D.C. and New York City.

Technology| June 27, 2017

Tesla's Elon Musk eyeing high-speed line to Chicago's O'Hare Airport

Line to O'Hare wouldn't utilize standard trains, but instead would offer smaller-sized passenger cars that would leave more frequently and travel at speeds of up to 125 mph via an "electric sled" propulsion technology.

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