Las Vegas Convention Center Will Vote

On March 12, 2019,> the Las Vegas’ Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) will vote on whether to use Elon Musk’s Boring Company to build a tunnel with people movers in Las Vegas. Steve Hill, LVCVA’s president and CEO, said the goal is to build The Boring Company’s system in time to be used for the Consumer Electronics Show in January 2021. The people movers would be electric buses moving in underground tunnels. Boring Company won’t make specific design and construction plans until after the LVCVA directors vote on March 12. Pending the LVCVA Board’s approval during their March 12 meeting, TBC and the LVCVA would determine specific design, construction and operational plans and negotiate a contract for final approval by the LVCVA Board in a subsequent meeting anticipated by June 2019. The estimated fiscal impact of the potential project is $35 to $55 million. The initial project would be to connect the sprawling convention center.
There could be a later project to connect the convention center and the entire Las Vegas strip.
Possible future project to connect the Las Vegas convention center, Las Vegas strip and McCarran Airport
SOURCES- Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, Boring Company Written By Brian Wang.