High Desert Corridor Partner Agencies
Metro and Caltrans successfully completed the High Desert Multipurpose Corridor (HDMC) Environmental Impact Statement/Environmental Impact Report (EIS/EIR) in June 2016. Participating agencies included: Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties, the cities of Lancaster, Palmdale, Adelanto, and Victorville, the Town of Apple Valley, San Bernardino Associated Governments, (SANBAG), and the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG).
Metro and the partner agencies are now seeking funding and implementation strategies that would support continuation of the project through design and construction.
High Desert Corridor Joint Powers Authority
The Counties of Los Angeles and San Bernardino; the Cities of Palmdale, Lancaster, Adelanto, and Victorville; and the Town of Apple Valley formed a Joint Powers Authority (JPA) to support the development of the High Desert Multipurpose Corridor. The JPA Board is currently led by Los Angeles County Supervisor Antonovich and San Bernardino County Supervisor Lovingood . Additional information on the High Desert Corridor JPA can be found at: High Desert Corridor JPA .