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Plans for an underground transportation system dubbed the Vegas Loop by the Boring Company have taken another step forward toward completion.

Get a Visual of the Loop by Checking Out the LVCC Loop Video Below

Vegas Loop Map
Vegas Loop Map

The special use permit and franchise agreement for the company’s loop system, which would include the resort corridor, were unanimously approved by the Clark County Commissioners during a meeting Wednesday morning.

What does that mean for Uber, Lyft, taxis, town cars, limos, shuttles, and even the RTC bus system? How about the monorail? Will it simply become a novelty, rather than a genuine mode of transportation? Only time will tell.

Below are some sample transit times and how much they will cost.

Sample Transit Times
Sample Transit Times

Clark County tweeted about the approval.

About Vegas Loop

Vegas Loop is an all-electric, zero-emissions, high-speed underground public transportation system in which passengers are transported to their destination with no intermediate stops. Also known as “Teslas in Tunnels!”

The Loop will include LVCC Loop and any future service extensions including those to casinos along the Strip, McCarran International Airport, Allegiant Stadium, downtown Las Vegas, and eventually to Los Angeles. Vegas Loop will provide fast and convenient transportation to the Las Vegas community, its visitors, and beyond.

The Loop will include many different service extensions, as shown on the map above.

About The Boring Company

The Boring Company is an American infrastructure and tunnel construction services company founded by Elon Musk.

Learn more about them on their website.