Elon Musk's big project has been frustrated! It will be used as a parking lot


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The Boring Company founded by Elon Musk always stands out with the different projects it puts forward. The largest of these studies stands out as the Hyperloop project. Unfortunately, the project, which deals with the rather rapid progress of vehicles through a tunnel, is not progressing as expected.

As part of the Hyperloop project, the Boring Company had built a 4.3-kilometer underground tunnel in Las Vegas in the first stage. The tunnels, which are not yet fully active, are currently only used as an alternative route to escape traffic.The company, which is also building a tunnel in California as part of the project, has faced a big problem. The Hyperloop tunnel built as a prototype in California has been demolished. Part of the tunnel will now serve as a parking lot for SpaceX employees.

The prototype tunnel, which is about 1.6 kilometers long, was located near the Hawthorne Municipal Airport just outside Los Angeles. According to incoming information, while there is no trace of the tunnel anymore, the local city council has confirmed that this area will serve as a parking lot for SpaceX employees.

With this development, it is stated that things are not going well for Hyperloop tunnels. About this negative development in California, there has not yet been an explanation from Elon Musk. The future of the Hyperloop project, which has generated a lot of controversy since it was put forward, remains unclear.

The Boring Company, on the other hand, had obtained the necessary permits for the expansion of its tunnels in Las Vegas in the summer. The tunnel project, which is currently 4,3 kilometers long in Las Vegas, is planned to reach 54,7 kilometers when it is finished.

The future of Elon Musk's Hyperloop project is not yet clear, but some experts note that the Boring Company can thus focus all its attention on Las Vegas. And what do you think about such crazy projects of the Boring Company? You can share your feedback with us in the comments section.