In a shift of The Boring Company’s original concept of helping private car owners’ transportation, Elon Musk is now refocusing Hyperloop’s mission to prioritize pedestrians and cyclists over cars, suggesting that the high-speed tunnels could serve as a form of mass transit. In a series of tweets on Friday, Musk said that he is “Adjusting The Boring Company plan: all tunnels & Hyperloop will prioritize pedestrians & cyclists over cars.” The Boring Company’s loops “will still transport cars, but only after all personalized mass transit needs are met. It’s a matter of courtesy & fairness. If someone can’t afford a car, they should go first,” Musk tweeted. “Boring Co urban loop system would have 1000’s of small stations the size of a single parking space that take you very close to your destination & blend seamlessly into the fabric of a city, rather than a small number of big […]