Elon Musk’s Traffic-solving Tesla Tunnel Keeps Getting Traffic Jams
The traffic jam in The Loop tunnel that Tesla’s pride is a one-way tunnel at the CES 2022 exhibition made many people startled by the prospect of being stuck in a narrow “culvert”.
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Billionaire Elon Musk’s “The Loop” tunnel was built underneath Las Vegas in 2019. It is proud of Tesla as a one-way street for fast and smart travel. When in operation, it will help one person move between the two areas in just 2 minutes instead of taking 25 minutes to walk from the convention center tunnel.
At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2022 taking place in Las Vegas. The tunnel that is considered a technology icon of Tesla has been tested. However, a congestion incident has made many people doubt the safety of Tesla expanding these types of roads.
A video on social media shows a Tesla car stuck inside Elon Musk’s Las Vegas tunnel. According to the video, the tunnel appeared to be congested due to problems at the drop-off point at some car stops.
Some Twitter users scoffed at the fact that a tunnel designed to deal with traffic jams ends up getting stuck in traffic.
One person said: “Looks like an absolute death trap. No ventilation, no emergency escape, and a lot of highly explosive batteries…”
Another said: “We’re witnessing what every highway and road planner knew would happen with such a tunnel hence why it’s been avoided. Yet the tech bros always seem to know best, dismissing “legacy” thinking, I think this is also called failing fast.”
Someone also expressed their agreement: “There is nothing wrong with it at all. Whatever map application used to direct or suggest traffic routes should know and inform any drivers of delays like Google maps does. I’ve been stuck in 6 lane traffic for 20 miles which took 90 minutes to traverse.”
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Elon Musk founded the tunneling company in 2016. He has plans to extend the Vegas tunnel to other major destinations in the city and eventually connect it to Los Angeles – in order to reduce driving times between the two cities. city. According to him, driving time is reduced from four or five hours to less than two hours. However, he has seen similar projects rejected in Washington, Baltimore and Chicago.
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