The Boring Company pitches tunnel to the Strat in Las Vegas

(Credit: LVCVA)

The Boring Company (TBC) pitched a new Vegas Loop tunnel that travels between the Strat and the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC). 

According to The Las Vegas Review-Journal, The Boring Company submitted a commercial building permit application to Clark County for a potential station to Strat. Country records revealed the proposed tunnel between Strat and the LVCC is valued at $2.4 million. 

The Boring Company recently applied to expand its Vegas Loop tunnel system, doubling its size. The expansion would result in the Vegas Loop spanning 65 miles of tunnels across 69 stations reaching up to the Las Vegas city limits. 

The Vegas Loop’s tunnel between Resorts World and the LVCC Loop—which transports passengers throughout the convention center’s halls—started operations last summer. 

The Boring Company is simultaneously working on tunnels leading to Encore and Westgate. The Encore and Westgate tunnels will also connect to the LVCC Loop. 

TBC plans to build a second tunnel at Encore, Westgate, and Resorts World to provide trips to other resorts and the convention center simultaneously. 

“We’d also like to complete the second tunnel at Resorts World, because that matters,” shared Steve Hill, the President and CEO of the Las Vegas Convention Visitors Authority. 

“Then the second tunnel to build to Westgate and then hopefully next summer we can build a second tunnel to Wynn (Encore). We don’t really want these two directional single tunnels, but you’ve got to build the first one to build the second one. We want to build them both,” Hill said.

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The Boring Company pitches tunnel to the Strat in Las Vegas
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