In October, Elon Musk said that the Boring Company's proof-of-concept tunnel in LA opens to the public on December 10th. Last night, he said on Twitter that the opening is still on track and posted a video of its turn down the entire tunnel tunnel.
The sped-up video takes a little over 30 seconds and shows off the tunnel that Musk describes as "disturbing long."
The tunnel tunnel began over a year ago, extending from SpaceX's Hawthorne, California headquarters, to a LA suburb. Since then, Boring Company has been chosen to build tunnels for Chicago and Washington DC, and has outlined plans to build a larger network of tunnels under LA with the aim of reducing overload. The tunnels will theoretically use autonomous, electric skates to move anywhere from 8 to 1[ads1]6 people along the system's rails at speeds anywhere from 124 mph to 155 mph.