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The company notes that the proposed rail line would link to regions with a combined population in excess of 22 million people, which already sees 50 million annual trips.
Nonetheless, the proposed western terminus of Victorville is located in San Bernardino County, more than 80 miles from Downtown Los Angeles.
Brightline expects to privately finance construction and operation of Xpress West, following in the footsteps of its starter line in South Florida.
Nonetheless, it remains to be seen whether the company's plans for the Las Vegas-to-Victorville project will measure up to the label of "high-speed rail." The Los Angeles Times reports that Brightline is seeking to reduce construction costs beyond the -billion price tag that has previously been attached to Xpress West - already relatively low for a high-speed rail system.
On most of the signs of the highway, cardinal descriptions are not posted below the route markers, since it does not clearly go either west/east or north/south.
It goes past the east terminus of Bear Valley Road (a major Victor Valley area cutoff) outside of Apple Valley town limits as it becomes an expressway (Happy Trails Highway, given for the High Desert's residency and final resting place of the legendary singing cowboy, Roy Rogers) through Apple Valley and Victorville.After meeting State Route 138 at Mount Anderson Junction south of Crestline, the expressway reverts to a two-lane mountain road.It meets two other highways, State Route 189 just east of Arrowhead Highlands and State Route 173 in Lake Arrowhead, before running over State Route 330 in Running Springs.SR 18 is part of the California Freeway and Expressway System, SR 18 from SR 138 at Crestline to SR 38 at the westernmost point of Big Bear Lake, and the SR 18/38 overlap in the City of Big Bear Lake, are designated as part of the Rim of the World Scenic Byway, a National Forest Scenic Byway.Much of SR 18 has been signed since 1917, with the portion north of Big Bear Lake dating from 1933.
The constructed portion of Route 18 begins at State Route 210 and quickly enters the San Bernardino Mountains as a four-lane expressway.