Uber‘s Elevate project plans to introduce airborne vehicles to Los Angeles by 2020. Designed to help LA’s serious traffic problems, chief product officer Jeff Holden “predicted heavy use of UberAir” by the 2028 Olympic games and claimed that the program, entitled UberAir, could cut a 1.5-hour car trip down to under a half-hour. The vehicles are intended to fly fairly close to the ground, and Uber recently signed a Space Act Agreement with NASA to create a traffic control system. Additionally, Sandstone Properties has partnered up with Uber to create 20 landing pads or “skyports” for Uber’s network of airborne vehicles. Check out the demonstration video below.