// Highway Projects

 Source: California 


The High Desert Corridor project is considering construction of a new multi-modal link between SR-14 in Los Angeles County and SR-18 in San Bernardino County to promote transportation mobility, enhance safety, and improve air quality in the region by connecting some of the fastest growing residential, commercial and industrial areas in Southern California, including the cities of Palmdale, Lancaster, Adelanto, Victorville and the Town of Apple Valley.


Metro, in cooperation with Caltrans, is developing the Project Approval and Environmental Document (PA/ED) for proposed improvements to I-605 from I-10 to I-105. The project also evaluates improvements to 5.5 miles of SR-60 near the interchange with I-605, and three miles of I-5 at I-605.

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I-5 Improvement project

The I-5 Freeway through the cities of Irvine and Tustin is essential to Orange County’s mobility, economy and quality of life. It is a major commuter and commercial corridor, and serves as a “bridge” that connects Orange County to Los Angeles County and San Diego County. Today, this segment of I-5 is one of the most highly traveled and congested freeway corridors in the nation. To address the current and future traffic demand, Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) and Caltrans are working on the Project Approval/Environmental Document phase for the I-5 Irvine Tustin Project.


TCA, in coordination with Caltrans, the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) and the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) is proposing to build a direct tolled connector from the  241 Toll Road to the tolled State Route 91 Express Lanes. The direct, median-to-median tolled connector, located in Anaheim California, will allow drivers to travel north-to-east and west-to-south directly between the 241 Toll Road and the 91 Express Lanes.