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Did you, or someone you know, recently drive The Toll Roads without a FasTrak account? To pay a toll without an account,...
06/25/2021

Did you, or someone you know, recently drive The Toll Roads without a FasTrak account? To pay a toll without an account, visit TheTollRoads.com or The Toll Roads App and select “Pay Toll Now." Make sure to pay tolls within five days before or five days after driving.

Did you, or someone you know, recently drive The Toll Roads without a FasTrak account? To pay a toll without an account, visit TheTollRoads.com or The Toll Roads App and select “Pay Toll Now." Make sure to pay tolls within five days before or five days after driving.

#RoadAlert The southbound 241 Toll Road will be fully closed at Oso Bridge from 6 a.m. Wednesday (6/23) to 6 p.m. Thursd...
06/22/2021

#RoadAlert
The southbound 241 Toll Road will be fully closed at Oso Bridge from 6 a.m. Wednesday (6/23) to 6 p.m. Thursday (6/24) for guardrail work. Southbound drivers will need to exit at Oso Parkway and use the on-ramp to Los Patrones Parkway to reach Rancho Mission Viejo.

Attention drivers traveling southbound on SR-241 to Rancho Mission Viejo and surrounding communities. Will not affect northbound drivers in the area.

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County of Orange, California The Toll Roads CHP - Capistrano OCSD - South Unincorporated Patrol Orange County Fire Authority Rancho Mission Viejo #RanchoMissionViejo

Heads up! We are working to improve your drive. Visit thetollroads.com/closures to see how this week’s closures affect y...
06/22/2021
Closures & Detours | The Toll Roads

Heads up! We are working to improve your drive. Visit thetollroads.com/closures to see how this week’s closures affect your drive. 👷🚧

TCA is committed to protecting your privacy and keeping you informed. Click here to read our Privacy Policy (PDF) and learn how your information is collected, used, stored, shared and protected.

06/17/2021

The website is now up and running. Thank you for your patience.

06/17/2021

The secure portion of The Toll Roads website and The Toll Roads App is currently down. We are working to fix the problem as quickly as possible. We apologize for the inconvenience and will post when it is back up. 🖥

06/17/2021

#LagunaFire Update
- All NB 73 lanes are open
- SB 73 lane #1 is open
- SB 73 lanes #2 and #3 remain closed

06/17/2021

#LagunaFire Update
The northbound 73 Toll Road has been re-opened. The southbound 73 remains closed. Please drive safely.

#LagunaFire Update:The 73 Toll Road is closed in both directions between Newport Coast Drive and El Toro Road. Additiona...
06/17/2021

#LagunaFire Update:
The 73 Toll Road is closed in both directions between Newport Coast Drive and El Toro Road. Additional on- and off-ramps may be closed. Please stay safe and avoid the area.

#LagunaFire Update:
The 73 Toll Road is closed in both directions between Newport Coast Drive and El Toro Road. Additional on- and off-ramps may be closed. Please stay safe and avoid the area.

06/16/2021

Our phone system is once again operational. Thank you for your patience.

06/16/2021

Due to unforeseen circumstances, our Customer Service Call Center is temporarily unavailable. We are working to get the phone line back up and running as quickly as possible. We will post an update as soon as we have one. Thank you for your patience.

06/16/2021

#SIGALERT cleared. All lanes are now open. Please drive safely.

06/16/2021

#SIGALERT reported on the southbound 73 Toll Road at Jamboree. All lanes are currently blocked. Please use caution when driving in the area. For updates, please visit SigAlert.com.

Remember to slow for the cone zone! Visit TheTollRoads.com/closures to see how this week's closures affect your drive. 🚧
06/16/2021
404 - Road Not Found | The Toll Roads

Remember to slow for the cone zone! Visit TheTollRoads.com/closures to see how this week's closures affect your drive. 🚧

TCA is committed to protecting your privacy and keeping you informed. Click here to read our Privacy Policy (PDF) and learn how your information is collected, used, stored, shared and protected.

06/11/2021

All lanes are now open. Please drive safely.

06/11/2021

SIGALERT: Northbound 133 at I-5. Please use caution in the area.

Timeline Photos
06/10/2021

Timeline Photos

Are you wildfire ready? Create a Wildfire Action Plan and review it with your family. Visit ocfa.org/RSG to learn how to create a plan to keep you and your family safe. #WildfireWednesday

06/08/2021

Heads up! We are working to improve your drive. Visit thetollroads.com/closures to see how this week’s closures affect your drive. 👷🚧

We’re hiring a Transportation Engineer Intern! TCA is accepting applications from upper division undergraduate and/or gr...
06/02/2021
Careers | The Toll Roads

We’re hiring a Transportation Engineer Intern! TCA is accepting applications from upper division undergraduate and/or graduate students for a paid internship in our Engineering division. Learn more: thetollroads.com/about/careers.

TCA is committed to protecting your privacy and keeping you informed. Click here to read our Privacy Policy (PDF) and learn how your information is collected, used, stored, shared and protected.

06/02/2021

Heads up! We are working to improve your drive. Visit thetollroads.com/closures to see how this week’s closures affect your drive. 👷🚧

To talk or chat with real people, who really get what you’re going through, visit helpishereoc.com or call (877) 910-WAR...
05/28/2021

To talk or chat with real people, who really get what you’re going through, visit helpishereoc.com or call (877) 910-WARM (9276). It’s free. It’s confidential. It will help. @ochealth #BeAFriendForLife #HelpisHereOC

To talk or chat with real people, who really get what you’re going through, visit helpishereoc.com or call (877) 910-WARM (9276). It’s free. It’s confidential. It will help. @ochealth #BeAFriendForLife #HelpisHereOC

05/25/2021

Heads up! We are working to improve your drive. Visit thetollroads.com/closures to see how this week’s closures affect your drive. 👷🚧

05/21/2021

Congratulations Class of 2021!
We are proud of your accomplishments and the hard work and long days it took you to get here. Whether you’re graduating from the toddler room or college, today we celebrate you and our very own class of 2021! 🎓

Did you, or someone you know, drive The Toll Roads without a FasTrak account? To pay a toll without an account, visit Th...
05/21/2021
Welcome to The Toll Roads | The Toll Roads

Did you, or someone you know, drive The Toll Roads without a FasTrak account? To pay a toll without an account, visit TheTollRoads.com or The Toll Roads App and select “Pay Toll Now." Make sure to pay tolls within five days before or five days after driving.

TCA is committed to protecting your privacy and keeping you informed. Click here to read our Privacy Policy (PDF) and learn how your information is collected, used, stored, shared and protected.

05/20/2021

As vaccination numbers increase and COVID-19 case rates fall, Orange County has met the required metrics to move into the Yellow Tier, effective Wednesday, May 19. Bars may reopen indoors at 25% capacity and indoor live events may resume with limitations. Theme parks, dining, and many other businesses already open indoors may operate with greater capacity. For more information, please visit: https://bit.ly/3oqY3NO

05/19/2021

We’re grateful for the firefighters at Orange County Fire Authority for keeping our community safe.

05/19/2021

Heads up! We are working to improve your drive. Visit thetollroads.com/closures to see how this week’s closures affect your drive. 👷

We’re hiring a Communications Intern! TCA is accepting applications from upper division undergraduate and/or graduate st...
05/13/2021
Careers | The Toll Roads

We’re hiring a Communications Intern! TCA is accepting applications from upper division undergraduate and/or graduate students for a paid internship in our Communications division. Learn more: https://thetollroads.com/about/careers

TCA is committed to protecting your privacy and keeping you informed. Click here to read our Privacy Policy (PDF) and learn how your information is collected, used, stored, shared and protected.

Safe Passage: Mountain lions, mule deer, coyotes and bobcats living in the Santa Ana Mountains meander through the prote...
05/11/2021
Safe Passage

Safe Passage: Mountain lions, mule deer, coyotes and bobcats living in the Santa Ana Mountains meander through the protected habitats with ease — and peace of mind for drivers — thanks to one of TCA’s crowning achievements in environmental protection. Read more about our wildlife protection fence on our blog:

https://thetollroadsblog.com/2021/05/11/safe-passage/

Mountain lions, mule deer, coyotes and bobcats living in the Santa Ana Mountains meander through the protected habitats with ease — and peace of mind for drivers — thanks to one of the …

05/11/2021

Heads up! We are working to improve your drive. Visit thetollroads.com/closures to see how this week’s closures affect your drive. 👷

Millions of years ago, dinosaurs, mammoths, whales and more lived in Orange County. Dig into paleontology and check out ...
05/08/2021

Millions of years ago, dinosaurs, mammoths, whales and more lived in Orange County. Dig into paleontology and check out our interactive fossil book to learn about the fossils found in our backyards. 🦖🐋🦣 https://indd.adobe.com/view/37d82aa7-f79d-4ff2-95c4-27644162cabb

Millions of years ago, dinosaurs, mammoths, whales and more lived in Orange County. Dig into paleontology and check out our interactive fossil book to learn about the fossils found in our backyards. 🦖🐋🦣 https://indd.adobe.com/view/37d82aa7-f79d-4ff2-95c4-27644162cabb

Timeline Photos
05/05/2021

Timeline Photos

SigAlert: Full Closure at EB and WB at Hwy 74 (Ortega) due to traffic incident and brush fire. Drive Safe near the area.

Check QuickMap.dot.ca.gov for traffic updates. @CHP_OC

Yesterday, TCA staff accompanied Director Reynolds, Costa Mesa District 5 Parks Commissioner Angely Vallarta and a local...
05/05/2021

Yesterday, TCA staff accompanied Director Reynolds, Costa Mesa District 5 Parks Commissioner Angely Vallarta and a local botanist on a tour of our Bonita Creek environmental mitigation site. During the tour, they discussed how sites like Bonita Creek help preserve and protect California’s native wildlife and how they can apply these practices in Costa Mesa. Learn more about our environmental commitment by visiting TheTollRoads.com/environment.

Yesterday, TCA staff accompanied Director Reynolds, Costa Mesa District 5 Parks Commissioner Angely Vallarta and a local botanist on a tour of our Bonita Creek environmental mitigation site. During the tour, they discussed how sites like Bonita Creek help preserve and protect California’s native wildlife and how they can apply these practices in Costa Mesa. Learn more about our environmental commitment by visiting TheTollRoads.com/environment.

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The Toll Roads: Social Media Guidelines The Toll Roads’ social media accounts serve as moderated, limited public forums that provide information of public interest concerning: • The Transportation Corridor Agencies • The Toll Roads (State Routes 73, 133, 241 and 261 in Orange County, CA) • FasTrak® • ExpressAccounts® • One-Time-Toll® • Customer service • The Toll Roads marketing and promotional activities • Construction updates and area road alerts • Red Flag Warnings and other emergency situations We welcome comments and encourage participation in discussions, however, please note that our social media accounts serve as moderated, limited public forums. If you need an official source of information about the Transportation Corridor Agencies and/or The Toll Roads, please visit TheTollRoads.com. While we encourage debate and discussion, we respectfully request that commenters be courteous and civil toward one another and keep in mind that our social media accounts are open to the public. All comments made on our social media accounts are reviewed. They will not be edited by our staff, but we reserve the right to remove comments that include: • Profane or obscene language and/or content • Conduct or encouragement of illegal activity • Speech presenting a grave and imminent threat • Fighting words • True threats • Fraud • Defamation (libel/slander) • Solicitations to commit or speech integral to criminal conduct • Promotion or advertisement of a business or commercial transaction, including but not limited to, advertising of any non-government related event, or business or product for sale • Copyrighted or trademarked material (if posted without the copyright holder’s consent) • Content having to do with non-consensual s*x and/or self-mutilation • Content that promotes, fosters, or perpetuates discrimination on the basis or race, creed, color, age, religion, gender, s*x, gender identity or expression, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, national origin, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, covered medical condition, s*xual orientation, military or veteran’s status, or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law • Sexual harassment • Pornography/child po*******hy • Spam or comments that include links to external online sites • Content containing personally identifiable information posted without consent • Images of graphic violence or gore Violators of this policy may have their comments removed from The Toll Roads’ official social media accounts. Continued or egregious violations of this policy may prompt the restriction of the individual’s ability to comment on The Toll Roads’ official social media accounts. Please keep in mind that The Toll Roads’ official social media accounts are internet pages on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube – all of which have their own policies and standards concerning what may and may not be posted and the actions that it may take with regard to unauthorized posts. For detailed information from each platform: • Facebook • Instagram • LinkedIn • Twitter • YouTube Comments or posts including customer information will be deleted at the end of each calendar month or once the issue is resolved. Direct messages will be deleted at the end of each calendar year or once an issue is resolved. The Toll Roads are not responsible for comments or posts placed on its social media accounts by visitors. Commenters are personally responsible for their own comments, username and/or any information they share. We ask that commenters be mindful of the information shared on The Toll Roads social media accounts. Updated October 2019

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What’s the difference between TCA and The Toll Roads? Who owns FasTrak? Aren’t The Toll Roads private? We get it, The Toll Roads can be a bit confusing. This post will help break down who we are and what we do:

Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA): Two joint powers authorities (JPA) organized under state law and composed of the County of Orange and certain cities in the County to build and operate The Toll Roads.

The Toll Roads: The collective name of State Routes 73, 133, 241 and 261.

FasTrak®: The electronic toll collection system used in California. TCA created and owns the trademark for FasTrak.

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Recently i traveled up north to the Bay Area. to my surprise and almost panic state, i crossed the Bay Bridge without paying the toll on the 12th of May past 9pm, as the toll plaza was only using EZ-pass on all lanes. Then i realized i maintained an account with the Toll Roads, paying the monthly maintenance fee even when i barely use it. i called the customer service number and my travel and rental car info were added in my account profile, including my specific date toll usage: - 12th - Bay Bridge - $6.00 - 13th - Golden Gate Bridge - $7.70 - 14th - Golden Gate Bridge - $7.70 My Toll Roads activity statement reflects: - 13th - Golden Gate Bridge -$7.70 - 14th - Golden Gate Bridge - $7.70 - 15th - Richmond - $6.00 Last week i received a bill from the car rental company for the toll gate usage on the 12th. today i called & spoke with one Elena and requested a refund for the 15th charge as i did not drive through nor use a toll gate. i left San Francisco on the 14th after lunch to OAK and there was no need to use the toll. This Elena told me i am responsible for the charges on the 15th as i added the date on my app. i agree i am responsible for any changes had i used the toll but i was back in LA on the afternoon of the 14th! i don't think it's right for the company to place a charge in my account when i am not even in the area where the time and date of the charge occurred.
If you have a toll roads account can you also drive on the fast track without a transponder
We moved to California in January. At the end of February we started getting toll road violations. Upon investigation the DMV screwed up our registration. On our registration we had one license plate number but were actually given a different number for plates. DMV was great to switch out registration and new plates. The Toll Roads have been in pain in the butt to put it nicely. I have called and explained the situation. I have emailed both old registration and new registration to show the issue has been fixed. They have pictures of the car which doesn’t match the car that is registered and the still won’t absolve me of the fines! They want a letter from the DMV stating they made a mistake. DMV won’t provide me with such letter. One the phone today Toll Roads representative suggested if my DMV won’t supply letter try the DMV in Sacramento! Ummm...I live in Orange County! I have spent countless hours dealing with this crap! You can guarantee I will NEVER drive on your roads. I’m not paying a penny to support incompetent a**holes!
you guys are a bunch of crooks
Hey tollroads I have had an account of some for with you for most of the last 10 years and paid you tons of money. I asked to close with account with $27 left in it and your rep could not just send me a check? Instead he wanted to charge it back to a credit card that I told him was cancelled a year ago. Still cannot get a straight answer and then you tried to charge me $243 for $13 in tolls when you owe me $27. I have paid way to much in tolls over the years to be treated this way!
Worst agency EVER to deal with, no compassion at all during this difficult time! Even mortgage companies have more compassion and understanding than this agency does! They must be so desperate for money that they prey on people with their ridiculous fees!
This situation started with the toll roads demanding over $2,000 for toll violations originally $70, I called them Friday and they agreed to lower the fee to $492. This agency is heartless
Why the lack of maintenance on the on/off ramps? Check Los Alisos sb onramp, Santa Margarita offramp, like driving off road! How about replacing the burnt signs and vegetation at Portola (Irvine)? We pay a lot in tolls, some of that needs to go to maintenance!
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A $60 to $100 fine on a late $3.50 toll payment? Only 5 days to pay, 2 of which you can't because the toll hasn't posted so we really only have 3 days to pay? Greedy little republican bastards aren't you?
I ordered a brand new Transponder because I was charged several times when my husband and I were both in the car where two drivers are free. The transponder was at 2 drivers. I was told my battery was probably bad in the old one, even though it would make a noise when moving between 1-3 drivers and going through one of the scanners. It took a while but I received it, but was too scared to use it until December 31. We both drove to the Xfinity store in Concord and also Sam's club from where we live in Danville. Well guess what? It charged us again $.50 with the brand new transponder. I have had it in the same place in my windshield for many years. But the area where I have it is where the black dots and blacken area are on the windshield. Can that cause reader problems? I also think I put new thick Velcro in the old one when it started. I did use the thin pieces of Velcro that came with the much thinner transponder this time with the new one. Can that black part of the windshield prevent the transponder from working properly? Of course the new transponder makes zero noise, and I did read the new ones are like that. I am at my wits end as to what to do. We are both retired and mostly drive together. I even have time-stamped receipts from me paying with my Sam's club card and my husband paying at the Xfinity store on that day. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Is the Bond Fire impacting Toll road Closures for the 241 yet?