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FasTrak Throughout California

You can use your Transportation Corridor Agencies-issued FasTrak transponder throughout the state wherever you see the FasTrak logo.  That's because, FasTrak is used to collect tolls electronically on all California toll roads, lanes and bridges.

To date, five separate California tolling agencies have distributed more than 2.5 million FasTrak transponders.  It's important to get a transponder from the agency that operates the road, lane or bridge that you will use most.  Each tolling agency has its own rules and minimum requirements.

To learn more about each agency visit their website:

10/110 Metro ExpressLanes,
Los Angeles County

I-15 Express Lanes,
San Diego County

91 Express Lanes, Orange County

SR 125 South Bay Expressway,
San Diego County


I-680 Express Lanes,
Alameda County


Bay Area Bridges,
San Francisco County


Golden Gate Bridge,
San Francisco County



Frequently Asked Questions:

  1. Can vehicles with three or more passengers ride for free on the 73, 133, 241 or 261 Toll Roads?

    Can vehicles with three or more passengers ride for free on the 73, 133, 241 or 261 Toll Roads?

    No. However, other toll agencies in Southern California offer discounted rates or free rides on their toll facilities. For more information please visit 91 Express Lanes - www.91expresslanes.com, SR 125 South Bay Expressway - www.southbayexpressway.com, I-15 Express Lanes - http://fastrak.511sd.com, LA Metro Express Lanes - www.metroexpresslanes.net, and Bay Area FasTrak - www.bayareafastrak.org. It is your responsibility to know the toll rates and rules of each toll facility you use.

  2. Can I use my TCA FasTrak transponder on the 91 Express Lanes (they use the same FasTrak logo)? Is there anywhere else I can use my FasTrak transponder?

    Can I use my TCA FasTrak transponder on the 91 Express Lanes (they use the same FasTrak logo)? Is there anywhere else I can use my FasTrak transponder?

    Yes. FasTrak can be used to pay on every toll road, lane and bridge in California. That includes our toll roads (State Routes 73, 133, 241, and 261) and the 91 Express Lanes in Orange County; the SR 125 South Bay Expressway and I-15 Express Lanes in San Diego County; the Bay Area bridges in San Francisco County; and the Metro Express Lanes in Los Angeles County. Tolls incurred on these facilities will be deducted from your TCA FasTrak account and reflected on your statement. It is your responsibility to know the toll rates and rules of each toll facility you use. FasTrak customers should open their accounts with the agency operating the toll facility that they use most often.

  3. Why do TCA's FasTrak account policies differ from the policies for FasTrak accounts with other toll agencies?

    Why do TCA's FasTrak account policies differ from the policies for FasTrak accounts with other toll agencies?

    The Transportation Corridor Agencies operate the 73, 133, 241, and 261 Toll Roads in Orange County. All other toll facilities are operated by other agencies. For more information on their FasTrak account policies, please visit 91 Express Lanes - www.91expresslanes.com, SR 125 South Bay Expressway - www.southbayexpressway.com, I-15 San Diego FasTrak - http://fastrak.511sd.com, LA Metro Express Lanes www.metroexpresslanes.net, and Bay Area FasTrak - www.bayareafastrak.org.

  4. I have a FasTrak account with The Toll Roads. Can I use the I-10/I-110 Metro ExpressLanes?

    I have a FasTrak account with The Toll Roads. Can I use the I-10/I-110 Metro ExpressLanes?

    Yes. You will be able to use your FasTrak transponder in the ExpressLanes. For more information on the I-10/I-110 Metro ExpressLanes visit www.metroexpresslanes.net.

  5. Will I need a switchable FasTrak transponder to use the I-10/I-110 ExpressLanes?

    Will I need a switchable FasTrak transponder to use the I-10/I-110 ExpressLanes?

    No, but all vehicles traveling on the ExpressLanes must have FasTrak transponders. Switchable FasTrak transponders are required for eligible carpools that want to use the ExpressLanes for toll-free travel. For more information on the I-10/I-110 Metro ExpressLanes visit www.metroexpresslanes.net.

  6. What happens if I use my FasTrak transponder in the I-10/I-110 ExpressLanes and I am carpooling? Will I be charged the full toll?

    What happens if I use my FasTrak transponder in the I-10/I-110 ExpressLanes and I am carpooling? Will I be charged the full toll?

    Yes. Switchable FasTrak transponders are required for eligible carpools that want to use the ExpressLanes for toll-free travel. For more information on the I-10/I-110 Metro ExpressLanes visit www.metroexpresslanes.net.