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A map of the proposed High Desert Corridor set to run between State Route 14 and Interstate 15. The Lancaster City Council, at the June 14 meeting, approved a Joint Powers Agreement to create the High Desert Corridor Joint Powers Agency between Los Angeles County, LA County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, and the cities of Adelanto, Apple Valley, Lancaster, Palmdale and Victorville.

LANCASTER — The Lancaster City Council, at the June 14 meeting, approved a Joint Powers Agreement to create the High Desert Corridor Joint Powers Agency between Los Angeles County, LA County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, and the cities of Adelanto, Apple Valley, Lancaster, Palmdale and Victorville to accommodate San Bernardino County’s withdrawal from the existing High Desert Joint Powers Authority.

San Bernardino and Los Angeles counties formed the HDC Joint Powers Authority, in 2006, to develop a new freeway/expressway from State Route 14 to Interstate 15. The counties appointed a Board of Directors with representatives from the cities of Adelanto, Apple Valley, Lancaster, Palmdale and Victorville.

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