The boring societyThe unsolicited proposal from (to be confirmed) to Fort Lauderdale for a Las Olas loop was recently made public, revealing more details about the Miami tunnel project.
TBC submitted an unsolicited proposal for the Las Olas Loop in Fort Lauderdale on June 21, paying a fee of $ 25,000 to the city. All details of the proposal were kept confidential under state law until recently, when the confidentiality rules expired.
According to The next Miami (TNM), TBC proposed a tunnel system that would get passengers from Fort Lauderdale to the beach in three minutes.
Similar to the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) loop in Sin City, the Las Olas loop in Fort Lauderdale will use You’re here to transport passengers through the system. Tesla cars will travel at an average speed of 50 miles per hour, according to the proposal.
TBC leaves room for expansion of the Las Olas Loop in its proposal through Brightline stations, particularly the one located in Fort Lauderdale at 101 NW 2nd Ave. For the Las Olas Loop extension, TBC proposed potential stations at the following locations: Station adjacent to FLL Airport, Port Everglades, Resort Area, Fort Lauderdale Tri-Rail Station, The Galleria Shopping Center, Carter Park and DRV PNK Stadium.
Las Olas, downtown Fort Lauderdale and Lauderdale Beach are all within easy reach of Brightline Station by bike or carpool. The Fort Lauderdale Brightline Station also provides passengers with access to the Museum of Discovery and Science, the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, and the NSU Art Museum in Fort Lauderdale.
Brightline also has lines to Miami and West-Palm-Beach, with plans to add a station in Orlando soon.
TBC offered to construct the initial tunnel system of the Las Olas Loop at their own expense, ensuring …