Fast Company has analyzed the path of the tunnel Elon Musk is boring in Los Angeles and noticed that it just happens to pass right by his home and starts near his SpaceX headquarters. If you think about it this makes perfect sense because he is paying for it himself. Why shouldn't he take advantage of his own creation that will help many others as well? Much ado about nothing if you ask me. But even if Musk is launching this endeavor out of a sense of altruism, a belief that he alone can save L.A. from its traffic woes, he’s off the mark. An idea, borne out of frustration, to “just start digging,” is not urban planning. Musk is bankrolling his way around a rigorous design and planning processes that could actually lead to a comprehensive fix for the region, and his dream for a six-minute commute could hinder any more viable–albeit less sexy–progress the city is aiming to make.