The tunnels would eventually run under the greater part of L.A., but initial planswould connect Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Culver City, Santa Monica, Westwood, and Sherman Oaks. The Culver City route was the first to start construction.

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Garcetti isn’t the only one digging the tunneling idea. Recently, Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel announced that he’s also in talks with Musk for a high-speed rail line that would run from downtown Chicago to O’Hare International Airport. This could potentially be the Boring Company’s second tunnel site.

Between boring tunnels, making self-driving electric vehicles, and ferrying satellitesaboard reusable rockets, Musk really is positioning himself as the modern-day transportation guru.