In Las Vegas, NV, a new toll road should be built from the west end of Summerlin Pkwy, to Kyle Canyon Rd. through valleys further west. So that visitors of Mount Charleston and Kyle Canyon could travel 12 fewer miles to get there from Las Vegas and also so that people could hike through trails and through valleys and on mountains they never could before and have never seen, since they go way too far from the current nearest road. With a new such route, choices of where people would be able to go hiking would increase and include areas few have ever seen or been to. Good idea and profitable, amirite?