Red Cliffs is No Place for a Highway
The Northern Corridor is a proposed 4-lane highway through the protected Red Cliffs Desert Reserve and National Conservation Area. The highway would run through Red Cliffs for 4.5 miles, damaging critical habitat, exquisite scenery, cultural resources, and world-class recreation.
The Northern Corridor Highway was approved by the Department of the Interior in the final days of the Trump administration. This decision was made despite the fact that the highway was denied six prior times because it was found to violate several laws and was unsupported by Congress. In June of 2021, the Red Cliffs Conservation Coalition filed a lawsuit challenging the highway approval to ensure that Red Cliffs remains protected.