Resorts World Las Vegas, a resort worth 4.3 billion dollars, which is planned to be opened in the summer of 2021, on August 5, received the approval of the Clark County Commission, which is necessary for the construction of a passenger resort and tunnel station, which will be connected to the resort campus with the Las Vegas Conference Center through Innovative Ilona Mask Transport System.

The new project of the tunnel will allow to transport passengers between the newest integrated resort of the city and the Las Vegas Conference Center (LVCC) through the underground tunnels on TESLA’s entire electric cars in just two minutes. Resorts World Passenger Station in Las Vegas will provide direct access to the center of restaurants, shops and nightclubs of the resort, as well as convenient access to Las Vegas Strip.

Scott Sibella, President Resorts World Las Vegas, said:

"We are very happy to get the approval of the district commission for the further development of the passenger station and the tunnel offered by us, and we strive to draw the following steps in creating an innovative transport solution for guests and visitors of our conference".

The decision was made after June 1, an application for land use and project plans for the tunnel and a passenger station were submitted to the Council. The decision that has become an important milestone translates the sign project to the next stage of the process of issuing permits. It is expected that construction will begin by the end of this year. For more information about the passenger station and the tunnel will be published in the coming months. Resorts World Las Vegas is planned to open in the summer of 2021.