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Elon Musk on electric car subsidies, corporate titles and China
Elon Musk joined The Wall Street Journal’s CEO Council Summit virtually on Monday for an interview with columnist Joanna Stern.
Elon Musk critical of Biden’s plan to give tax credit to consumers of union-built EVs
The spending bill gives consumers up to a $12,500 tax credit. Musk has accused Biden of being biased against Tesla, which doesn’t have union workers.
Elon Musk rails against big government, bashes Biden’s Build Back Better bill: ‘There’s a lot of accounting trickery in this bill’
Tesla CEO Elon Musk railed against President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better Act – despite the bill offering incentives for electric vehicles and funding to expand electric vehicle charging infrastructure. Musk is deeply concerned about how the multitrillion-dollar bill would increase the national deb…
GM CEO shares bold response to Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s EV credit stance
On the eve of her eight-year anniversary as General Motors’ CEO, Mary Barra addressed a group of reporters in an Automotive Press Association event at the Gem Theater in Detroit. The event saw Barra discuss several topics, from Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s argument that the Biden administration’s EV tax credit should be axed to GM’s […]
A Tesla Cofounder’s New Focus: Rock-Tunneling Robots To Protect The Grid
Silicon Valley-based Petra emerges from stealth with a $30 million funding round and plans to dramatically cut the cost of drilling through solid rock to make it easier and cheaper for utilities to bury power lines.
Tesla Fan Page Relentlessly Mocked for Incredibly Stupid Post
The Twitter account of the Tesla Silicon Valley Club argued in a recent tweet that moving cars underground could solve our crushing traffic congestion woes.
Elon Musk The Boring Co.: Fallout-Themed Party on Vegas Loop Tunnel Soon, Project to Change Traffic Problems
Elon Musk’s The Boring Co. is throwing a Fallout-themed party on the Vegas Loop once restrictions lighten, as it is a massive solution to traffic.
Las Vegas The Boring Company’s Tunnel Updates
In a reply on Twitter, about forever congested traffic, Founder of “The Boring Company” Elon Musk encouraged people to try the first Boring Company operational tunnel the LVCC (Las Vegas Convention Center) Loop, in Las Vegas, Nevada. It’s either traffic forever or tunnels. Try our first operational tunnel in Vegas at the convention center! The city just approved a full tunnel network, connecting major hotels, convention center & airport. — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 22, 2021 The LVCC Loop, a three-station transportation system consisting of 1.7 miles of tunnels, aimed to be built in approximately one year began construction and tunneling in mid 2019 and ended mid 2020, but due to Covid restrictions and closures wasn’t open to the public until mid 2021. The LVCC Loop cost was $47 million which included two tunnels and three stations, two surface and one subsurface.
Fallout-Themed The Boring Company’s Tunnel Party Update
In a reply to a twitter user, Elon Musk, Founder of The Boring Company, tweeted that a Fallout-themed Party is still going to happen. We do need to have the Fallout-themed party! Aiming to do that once international travel restrictions are lifted. — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 22, 2021 The Fallout-themed tweeting began back on September 15th, 2020 when Elon Musk tweeted out a Fallout Vegas Game picture below his tweet remarking on a Vegas Boring Tunnel Project nearing completion. Doubles as an underground nuclear shelter 😀👍 pic.twitter.com/CvI0YRjObE — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) September 16, 2020 The following day after the above tweet, Elon tweeted a link to “🖤 Fallout Radio 🖤”, and then the idea to have a Fallout-themed styled Boring Tunnel Party was suggested and Elon replied. Great idea! — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) September 16, 2020 Within the
The Boring Company Fort Lauderdale Loop Will Cost as Much as a ‘Cup of Coffee’
The Boring Company (TBC) and Fort Lauderdale continue to negotiate the terms for the Las Olas Loop project, expected to help the city with congestion.
The Boring Company Fort Lauderdale Loop will cost as much as a ‘cup of coffee’
The Boring Company (TBC) and Fort Lauderdale continue to negotiate the terms for the Las Olas Loop project which is expected to help the city with congestion. Mayor Dean J. Trantalis provided a brief update on the project recently. In October, the Fort Lauderdale Commission voted 4-1 to proceed with The Boring Company’s Las Olas […]
Vegas Loop’s ride times, capacity not a problem, says LVCVA
The Boring Co.’s Convention Center Loop has been in operation for five months now, and has gone from an idea that many doubted to a reality that is catching on with conventiongoers.
The Boring Co Tunnels Are the Future of Transportation
The Boring Company’s tunnels are the future of transportation and while some people don’t think so, those who have had the opportunity to try them are sure of it. Skeptical, West Coast Editor of Autoweek, Mark Vaughn, went downstairs to figure out for himself what The Boring Co tunnels are and whether they are as important as Elon Musk says.
Fresh doubts about that Lauderdale beach tunnel | Letters to the editor
A long-time Fort Lauderdale resident has lots of questions about that beach tunnel idea.
The Boring Co’s LVCC Loop capacity is still below target, but customers already love it
The Boring Company’s Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) Loop has been operating for some time now, and so far, the underground transport system has had its victories and challenges. But while the system still seems to be in the process of hitting its stride, one thing seems certain: the LVCC Loop has proven extremely popular […]
They laughed at Henry Kinney’s tunnel, too | Steve Bousquet
Voters made the decision to build Fort Lauderdale’s first tunnel. Will they get to do it again?
Early data shows Elon Musk’s Las Vegas Loop not yet up to speed
When Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority CEO Steve Hill unveiled The Boring Company’s plan for a subterranean shuttle that would whisk visitors to different parts of the city’s vast Convention Center campus, he predicted it would take just under two minutes to travel between its farthest stations. “If the system doesn’t work, we will […]