End Point: Site in Palmdale near the corridor’s terminus. The highway could feature solar-powered electric charging stations and a bike path.

End Point: Site in Palmdale near the corridor’s terminus. The highway could feature solar-powered electric charging stations and a bike path. Photo by photo by David Sprague

Imagine a freshly paved eight-lane highway that cuts through virgin desert scrub, connecting distant exurbs to each other.

Just another typical Southern California freeway, right?

In some ways that does indeed describe what has been called the High Desert Corridor, a 53-mile route that would link the Antelope Valley to the Victor Valley in the east...

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