Kursch Group’s Ryan Travis and Michael Erskine attended the High Desert Corridor (HDC) community open house in Victorville. They learned there are five components to the project including: a Highway/Expressway, a High Speed Rail Feeder Service, a Bicycle Route , Green Energy options and Toll-Road sections. The main corridor for the HDC encompasses ±63 miles, spanning from Palmdale in Los Angeles County to Apple Valley in San Bernardino County.
The initial idea was merely a highway project to connect the Counties of Los Angeles and San Bernardino to improve the east-west mobility within the High Desert but now, with the collaboration of the HDC Joint Powers Authority, Metro, SANBAG and Caltrans, the project has evolved into a multipurpose corridor with a multitude of components and benefits.
To learn more about the High Desert Corridor, visit metro.net/hdc.