Elon Musk

Elon Musk's Boring Company will be one step closer to a working loop system, come December. According to a tweet from Musk, the company plans to unveil a portion of one of its tunnels beneath Los Angeles on Dec. 10, USA Today reported. This structure, which is located between downtown Los Angeles and Torrence, Calif., has been dubbed a “test tunnel” by the Boring Company, and serves as a model for the company's loop system.

Elon Musk's Boring Company is now focusing its efforts on an underground tunnel around Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. According to the company, the proposed Dugout Loop would be a 3.6-mile tunnel system to “help reduce traffic in Los Angeles by providing a clean and efficient public transportation option,” USA Today reported.

From boring tunnels to building rockets, Elon Musk's business ventures are usually larger than life, but his latest idea is more down to earth — literally. The Boring Company recently confirmed that it plans to make “an insane amount of bricks” with the “excavated muck” it has from tunnel digging projects.

Elon Musk is at it again — this time, his sights are set on building a factory for SpaceX's rocket construction at the Port of Los Angeles. Port officials and SpaceX have been in talks about the company using its 19-acre portion of land at Berth 240 on the harbor's waterfront since 2015.

Elon Musk is at it again — this time, his sights are set on building a factory for SpaceX's rocket construction at the Port of Los Angeles. Port officials and SpaceX have been in talks about the company using its 19-acre portion of land at Berth 240 on the harbor's waterfront since 2015.

Elon Musk's Boring Company recently revealed a map outlining its proposed underground loop between Baltimore and Washington D.C. The system, which would operate on two loops deep underground would deliver passengers to downtown stops in both cities in a 15-minute trip, The Baltimore Sun reported.

With Maryland officials' support, Elon Musk's Boring Company will begin to dig the first miles of a tunnel that will hold his hyperloop as it travels from New York to Washington, D.C. The company will start construction beneath a 10-mile portion of Route 295 in Maryland, Bisnow reported.

Colorado transportation officials are looking at possibility of a Rocky Mountain hyperloop to curb traffic woes. Elon Musk's idea of a levitating transit pod that can reach speeds of 700 mph sounds as far-fetched as flying cars. You could travel from Fort Collins to Colorado Springs, a distance of about 125 miles with Denver in the middle, in less than 20 minutes.

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan just said to get ready for Elon Musk's Hyperloop. Hogan said on Twitter on Oct. 19 that he supports a Hyperloop connection between Baltimore and Washington D.C. "I think it's coming to Maryland and it's going to go from Baltimore to Washington, so get ready," Hogan said when asked his thoughts on the Boring Company's Hyperloop.

Following a recent National Space Council meeting, NASA is looking into plans to send people on long-term expeditions to the moon, prompting thoughts of moon construction. NASA said after the meeting it has been instructed to plan for “long-term exploration and utilization” trips to the moon, Mars and “other interplanetary destinations,” Geekwire reported.

Elon Musk's Hyperloop is facing some competition from a private company that has already secured $28 million in federal grant money for a feasibility study. The Northeast Maglev (TNEM), a U.S.-owned company founded in 2011, wants to build a high-speed train line between Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, a trip the company said would take 15 minutes.