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LA County Contributes to High Desert Corridor JPA

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The High Desert Corridor Joint Powers Authority, comprised of San Bernardino and Los Angeles Counties, receivd a boost when the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority agreed to contribute $500,000 toward the operating expenses of the JPA.

The expressway will function as a major new freight corridor, taking pressure off of freeways in the Inland Empire and Los Angeles which are frequently congested with truck traffic.

The route would provide an alternative for thousands of trucks and cars and would divert significant traffic from Highways 138 and 18 in the High Desert as well as Highways 60 and 210, Interstate 10 and, most importantly, Interstate 15 through San Bernardino County, the Cajon Pass and the Victor Valley.

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