It should be live in time for CHAMPS Summer Show this July
The president and CEO of Las Vegas’ main tourism agency thinks naysayers need to stop questioning the viability of an underground “people mover” transportation loop beneath the city’s Convention Center campus.
“There’s been a fair amount of undeserved skepticism around this project,” Hill said Friday afternoon as he addressed media members from one of the loop’s three passenger stations. “It’s innovative, but the technology associated with it is not, frankly, game-changing. It’s a tunnel, which we’ve been building for a long time, and it’s a roadway. Those things are not technically difficult.”
On Thursday and Friday, local and national media members got some of the first views of the completed $52.5 million dual tunnel system, which features three passenger stations.
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