Years ago, walking the Las Vegas Strip was much easier, and cabs and shuttles were convenient forms of transportation. What appears to have changed is all the strip properties have maxed out shopping, dining, and attractions in their respective areas in the hunt for revenue. Walking somewhere is much harder than before. Straight lines appear to have been targeted for elimination. And, as I found out, taking a cab or Uber might take an hour to go just four blocks. The change in transportation logistics calls for a new approach.