WASHINGTON -- Almost two years ago, Elon Musk said he got approval from the government to build an under Hyperloop that would get people from Washington to New York City in less than 30 minutes, according to the Washington Post.
Now, considering the environmental impacts, Musk said he would build two 35-mile tunnels from Washington to Baltimore. According to the Post, it would carry autonomous Teslas or their corporate cousins at 150 mph.
It is unclear how Musk would compensate the National Park Service for building under the Baltimore-Washington Parkway.
According to the Post, federal highway officials will determine if the impacts are considered "significant" enough to warrant a more extensive environmental review under federal law.