High Desert Corridor – Video Presentation

Global Access, Victorville is poised to be an economic engine of growth for the Inland Empire. In the next five years alone, California's largest master planned multimodal complex will stimulate more than $1 billion in private investment for the benefit of the goods movement and logistics system in the High Desert Region.

The High Desert Corridor (HDC), a new east-west highway, is planned to link Victorville's freight, train and air routes, and the region's massive goods movement capacity, directly to LA County.

The HDC will link Interstate 15 to State Route 14 and Interstate 5, enable significant traffic volumes to divert from the LA Basin, and help ease regional congestion.  
Click to play the video on the left, featuring a
brief overview of the HDC.