When Elon Musk’s tunneling firm began digging in Hawthorne last year, the construction site next to Space X headquarters was barely noticeable, sandwiched between a home improvement store and a parking garage.
The engineers at work on the Boring Co.’s tunnel, which now runs for a mile beneath city streets, have signaled that they intend to finish as they started: away from the public eye.
But documents submitted to city officials by Musk’s tunneling company offer a sneak peek at the company’s plans.
The most futuristic is a blueprint for a steel elevator shaft inside the garage of a shabby house near the Hawthorne Municipal Airport that would connect with the test tunnel 40 feet below.
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