High Desert Corridor: Connecting Antelope Valley with Victor Valley

By July 18, 2013Blog

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.

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