This may be the solution to your traffic problem.
If Elon Musk has anything to do with it, his boring company, which doesn't seem boring at all, just released this concept video of a Tesla bypassing LA traffic through a series of underground tunnels.
The car drives up to a platform and is then lowered into this underground freeway
Where cars and pedestrians are transported on platforms at 124 miles per hour.
The idea of building an underground tunnel network seems out there.
But coming from Musk?
Well, anything's possible.
The brains behind Tesla, SpaceX, and the Hyperloop, first tweeted about the tunnel idea while he was sitting in LA traffic in December of 2016.
An hour later, he had already coined his musing, The Boring Company.
In January, he followed up with exciting progress on the tunnel front and said he planned to start digging in a month or so.
And this could be proof that he's already putting his money where his tweets are.
Business Insider noticed an Instagram post by SpaceX employees of what could be a massive drilling machine with the company logo on the side.
The post has since been deleted.
And though it may be a long time until we see this video become a reality, it's a glimmering light at the end of the traffic tunnel, at least for LA drivers.
Representative slams colleagues, defends Google
US congressman demands to know if Google is tracking him
Biggest tech stories of 2018
Are iPhones really banned in China?
EU clamps down on tech in 2018
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 can enable 4K portrait mode video
Here's what Google Lens can do with Snapdragon 855 and 5G
The bendable glass that’s shaping up to cover foldable phones
Hulu's next commercial break may be whenever you pause your binge