Elon Musk Reveals a Mystery Tunneling Project

Elon Musk's cryptic messages about a mysterious tunneling project in California are getting more substantive.

Elon Musk Reveals a Mystery Tunneling Project

Already an enterpreneurial legend, creating revolutionary companies in several industries, Elon Musk wants to transform transportation by tunneling under cities. Maybe. 


The current innovation by the rule-breaking Musk got out into the world, as important things do nowadays, via Twitter. With Musk’s SpaceX office in Los Angeles located in a heavy traffic area near the airport, he's been tweeting in December 2016 what he could do about it. Fed up with the traffic, he could start boring underground, a movie villain move. 

Traffic is driving me nuts. Am going to build a tunnel boring machine and just start digging...

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 17, 2016

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