Crews will be removing 13 toll booths at 11 ramp locations throughout The Toll Roads system this summer five on the 73 Toll Road, one on the 133 Toll Road, four on the 241 Toll Road and one on the 261 Toll Road. With the conversion to all-electronic tolling, the toll booths are no longer needed and removing them allows the lanes to be widened to create smoother driving flows when entering and exiting The Toll Roads....Learn More
With Orange County’s population expected to increase by more than 400,000 residents by 2035 and traffic projected to increase in South Orange County by 66 percent by 2040, the Transportation Corridor Agencies are committed to identifying solutions that will relieve the traffic congestion on I-5 through South Orange County.
The Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA), in coordination with Caltrans, is proposing to add a direct connector linking the northbound 241 Toll Road to the eastbound 91 Express Lanes and the westbound 91 Express Lanes to the southbound 241 Toll Road. The direct, median-to-median tolled connector would reduce traffic congestion in both directions, enhance safety by reducing weaving across lanes and improve access to toll lanes in Orange and...Learn More
The Transportation Corridor Agencies and Orange County Public Works will build an overcrossing bridge structure for a portion of Oso Parkway, at the southern end of the 241 Toll Road, to allow traffic from Los Patrones Parkway to travel under Oso Parkway and connect to the 241 Toll Road. Direct access to the 241 Toll Road will improve traffic flow, enhance safety, and support mobility for the region. Construction of the Oso Parkway Bridge is...Learn More