The Los Angeles suburb of Hawthorne, California, has given Musk the permission for the two-mile, and up to 44-feet deep, tunnel, reports ConstructionDrive. Plans reveal the tunnel will start from underneath one of SpaceX’s parking areas, where the company currently has a 160-foot tunnel already. But the Boring Company doesn’t have all the permission it needs yet to actually start building the miles-long tunnel. It still needs to get permission from the California state labor and transportation departments, and there’s no telling how long that will take.MG
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