July 8, 2022

The Boring Company Opens New Station at Resorts World Las Vegas

Vegas Business Digest

Last week, Resorts World Las Vegas unveiled its Vegas Loop passenger station, making it the first of over 55 stops planned to connect the resort corridor in the future.

Courtesy of Resorts World Las Vegas

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The Boring Company has expanded its all-electric, zero-emissions, underground public transportation system from the Las Vegas Convention Center to the Strip. Last week, Resorts World Las Vegas unveiled its Vegas Loop passenger station, making it the first of over 55 stops planned to connect the resort corridor in the future.

The Vegas Loop transports passengers directly to their destination with no stops along the way. The project aims to eventually transport thousands of passengers per hour throughout the resort corridor. The Vegas Loop will be constructed in phases that include the Resorts World Las Vegas passenger station, the Las Vegas Convention Center Loop and future service extensions along the Strip and Downtown Las Vegas.

We visited the Resorts World Las Vegas station yesterday (on a Thursday afternoon) and found out that the ticket price is $1.50 per passenger.

Hours of operation for the Resorts World Las Vegas Passenger Station will vary based upon the convention events and calendar.

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