Proposed Highway to Connect Victor Valley and Antelope Valley

Proposed Highway to Connect Victor Valley and Antelope ValleyThe Draft Environmental Impact Statement/Environmental Impact Report (Draft EIS/EIR) for the High Desert Corridor is available for the public to comment on until December 2nd at 5:00pm. As two of the fastest growing areas in Southern California will be connected if this proposed highway is built.

The High Desert Corridor (HDC) Project would involve a multi-modal link between State Route 18 in San Bernardino County and State Route 14 in Los Angeles County. The highway will connect the Victor Valley and Antelope Valley, two of the fastest growing Southern California areas. Specifically, the communities of Palmdale, Lancaster, Adelanto, Victorville and Apple Valley stand to benefit the most. Local residential, industrial, and commercial areas will be connected through the High Desert Corridor in these communities.

Through this project, it is expected that both current and future regional growth will be addressed. Since safety will be enhanced and east-west mobility will experience significant improvements, regional growth is expected. Through the High Desert Corridor, it is also expected that there will be an improvement in the connections between regional airports and the efficient transportation of all goods.

Contact Professional Land Corporation if you want to learn about high quality land in the Victor Valley, Antelope Valley, or the surrounding areas. Professional Land Corporation has prime residential, apartment, commercial, and industrial zoned land parcels available, with affordable down payments and excellent long-term financing options.


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