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FasTrak Throughout California

FasTrak® is the technology used statewide to pay tolls electronically. It’s the easiest and preferred way to pay – and in some cases, it’s the only way. FasTrak allows drivers to skip traffic and explore the Golden State via our 25 tolled bridges, lanes and roads.

The 25 toll facilities are operated by different agencies throughout the state, but they all utilize FasTrak for toll payment. Your FasTrak account, regardless of which toll agency your account is with, can be used to pay tolls everywhere in California. It's important to get a transponder from the agency that operates the bridge, lane or road you will use most because each tolling agency has its own rules and minimum requirements

FasTrak can be used to pay tolls on every tolled bridge, lane and road in California including: The 73, 133, 241 & 261 Toll Roads, 91 Express Lanes, 15 Express Lanes & 125 Expressway, Future 405 Express Lanes, 10/110 Express Lanes, Future 10 & 15 Express Lanes, 237 & 880 Express Lanes, 580 Express Lanes, 680 Express Lanes and Bay Area Toll Bridges (eight bridges, various locations).


To learn more about each agency visit their website:

405 Express Lanes, Orange County

91 Freeway Express Lanes, Orange and Riverside Counties

15 Express Lanes, Riverside County

I-10 Express Lanes, San Bernardino County

10/110 Metro ExpressLanes, Los Angeles County

Interstate 15 Express Lanes, San Diego County

State Route 125 South Bay Expressway, San Diego County

State Route 237 Express Lanes, Santa Clara Valley

Interstate 580 Express Lanes, Alameda County

Interstate 680 Southbound Express Lane, Alameda County

Interstate 680 Express Lanes, Contra Costa

Bay Area Bridges, San Francisco County

Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco County

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