The Toll Roads Provides Labor Day Holiday Travel Tips

Avoid Orange County's Congested Freeways By Driving The Toll Roads To Your Holiday Staycation

IRVINE, Calif. - August 27, 2015

As summer comes to an end, The Toll Roads anticipate a busy travel period during Labor Day weekend. Visitors driving through Orange County to and from the Inland Empire, San Diego and Los Angeles are encouraged to drive The Toll Roads (State Routes 73, 133, 241 and 261) as alternatives to the freeways.

The 73 Toll Road is a popular route for drivers traveling between Los Angeles and San Diego. The 241 Toll Road is a popular route to get to and from the Inland Empire, mountains and deserts to Orange County's beaches.

Travel Tips for Drivers and Visitors:
Temporarily Add a License Plate - Are you hosting out-of-town guests for the holiday or renting or borrowing a vehicle? Temporarily add a vehicle's license plate number to your ExpressAccount® or FasTrak® account to continue to pay electronically. Log in to your account at www.thetollroads.com and click on the "Vehicle Information" tab to easily add a vehicle for a temporary basis.

Pay Tolls Online Using One-Time-Toll - Visitors can pay tolls online or via The Toll Roads' free app using the One-Time-Toll® payment option. With One-Time-Toll, drivers have 5 days after their trip to make a One-Time-Toll payment to avoid receiving a Notice of Toll Evasion. To download the app, search "The Toll Roads" in the Apple App or Google Play Stores.

Calculate Tolls Online - Want to know what the cost is for a particular trip? Check out The Toll Roads' online toll calculator at www.thetollroads.com. To easily calculate your toll, select the road you will drive; your entry and exit points (choose "unknown" if you are not sure); how you will pay; and the number of axles your vehicle has. The toll calculator webpage also features a downloadable map and rate card.

Pack Your Fastrak Transponder - FasTrak is used to collect tolls electronically on all of California's tolled bridges, lanes and roads - including the 10/110 Metro ExpressLanes in Los Angeles; The Toll Roads and 91 Express Lanes in Orange County; the I-15 Express Lanes and 125 South Bay Expressway in San Diego; the I-680 Express Lanes in Alameda; the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco and various bridges in the Bay Area. Make sure the vehicle you will be driving is registered to your FasTrak account and tolls will be collected electronically.


The Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA) are two joint powers authorities formed by the California legislature in 1986 to plan, finance, construct and operate Orange County's 67-mile public toll road system. Fifty-one miles of the system are complete, including the 73, 133, 241 and 261 Toll Roads. TCA continues to meet the region's growing need for congestion-free transportation alternatives.

The Toll Roads Media Relations
Sarah Swensson King
Media Relations Manager
SKing@thetollroads.com
949.754.3417

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