The Boring Company, Elon Musk's tunnel construction and infrastructure firm, has announced that, in cooperation with the city of Los Angeles, it would build a privately funded tunnel from a subway station in East Hollywood to Dodger Stadium.
The tunnel would reduce time in traffic from more than an hour in the car to fewer than four minutes by electric vehicle.
The Boring Company is projecting that, when ready, 1,500 fans per game can take the company's underground high-speed vehicles through the tunnel called "The Dugout Loop," instead of sitting in their cars in traffic. That number can eventually rise to 2,800 fans, or 5 percent of Dodger Stadium's capacity.
The project, whose only investor is The Boring Company, promises to have no above-ground disruption for the estimated 14 months it will take to build the 3.6-mile tunnel.