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The Toll Roads & Caltrans are working to improve your drive. 11/23-11/24, Caltrans will close portions of The Toll Roads...
11/24/2020

The Toll Roads & Caltrans are working to improve your drive. 11/23-11/24, Caltrans will close portions of The Toll Roads as part of a Guardrail Repair Project. For a list of closures and detours, visit thetollroads.com/closures. Thanks for your patience.

We appreciate the hard work and leadership Chairwoman Shea, Vice Chair Puckett and Director Kring have provided on the T...
11/20/2020

We appreciate the hard work and leadership Chairwoman Shea, Vice Chair Puckett and Director Kring have provided on the TCA Boards of Directors. We are thankful for their commitment to the Agencies and wish them well in their future endeavors.

Tolling Points: Toll Agency’s Grazing Program Reduces Wildfire Risk in Orange County  https://thetollroadsblog.com/2020/...
11/19/2020
Tolling Points: Toll Agency’s Grazing Program Reduces Wildfire Risk in Orange County

Tolling Points: Toll Agency’s Grazing Program Reduces Wildfire Risk in Orange County https://thetollroadsblog.com/2020/11/17/tolling-points-toll-agencys-grazing-program-reduces-wildfire-risk-in-orange-county/

Originally published by the International Bridge Tunnel and Turnpike Association (IBTTA) California’s Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA) could hardly have known that the 23 acres of disturbed l…

The Toll Roads & Caltrans are working to improve your drive. 11/16-11/21, Caltrans will close portions of The Toll Roads...
11/17/2020

The Toll Roads & Caltrans are working to improve your drive. 11/16-11/21, Caltrans will close portions of The Toll Roads as part of a Guardrail Repair Project. For a list of closures and detours, visit thetollroads.com/closures. Thank you for your patience.

The #SilveradoFire broke out in Orange County the morning of Monday, October 26, 2020. The fire burned through Irvine, L...
11/03/2020

The #SilveradoFire broke out in Orange County the morning of Monday, October 26, 2020. The fire burned through Irvine, Lake Forest, Silverado Canyon and along the 133, 241 and 261 Toll Roads. First responders worked quickly to gain containment of the 12,000+ acre fire over the following week. We’re grateful for the incredible first responders that worked around the clock to keep Orange County’s residents, their homes and the surrounding areas safe during the Silverado Fire.

There are intermittent, nightly closures on The Toll Roads due to damage from the #SilveradoFire. Visit TheTollRoads.com...
11/03/2020
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There are intermittent, nightly closures on The Toll Roads due to damage from the #SilveradoFire. Visit TheTollRoads.com/closures for a full list of closures, detours dates and times. Thank you for your patience.

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11/02/2020

Closures of The Toll Roads that were in place due to damage caused by the Silverado Fire have been lifted. All portions of the 133, 241 and 261 Toll Roads that were impacted by the fire have been reopened. Thank you for your patience during the closures.

11/02/2020

We anticipate all portions of the 133, 241 and 261 that were impacted by the #SilveradoFire will reopen tomorrow morning, Nov. 2, at 5 a.m. after diligent work by The Toll Roads’ staff and our partners at Caltrans. We will provide an additional update once all roads are officially open to traffic. Thank you for your patience. Stay safe and stay healthy.

#SilveradoFire Road Update The following portions of The Toll Roads are OPEN:241 Toll Road • NB & SB 241 between Santiag...
10/30/2020

#SilveradoFire Road Update

The following portions of The Toll Roads are OPEN:

241 Toll Road
• NB & SB 241 between Santiago Canyon Rd/261 and SR 91�• NB & SB 241 between Alton Pkwy and Oso Pkwy

261 Toll Road �• NB & SB 261 between Santiago Canyon Rd/241 and I-5

133 Toll Road
• SB 133 between 241 and Laguna Beach

The following portions of The Toll Roads remain CLOSED:

133 Toll Road
• NB I-5 connector to NB 133
• NB 133 between I-5 and 241
• NB 133 connector to NB 241

241 Toll Road
• NB 241 between Alton Pkwy and Santiago Canyon Rd/261
• SB 241 between 133 and Alton Pkwy

#SilveradoFire Road Update The following portions of The Toll Roads are now OPEN:• NB & SB 241 between Santiago Canyon/2...
10/29/2020

#SilveradoFire Road Update

The following portions of The Toll Roads are now OPEN:

• NB & SB 241 between Santiago Canyon/261 and SR 91
• NB & SB 241 between Alton Pkwy and Oso Pkwy
• NB & SB 261 from Santiago Canyon/241 and I-5
• SB 133 from Irvine Blvd to Laguna Beach

The following portions of The Toll Roads remain CLOSED:

⚠️133 Toll Road
• NB I-5 connector to NB 133
• NB 133 between I-5 and 241
• NB 133 connector to NB 241
• SB 133 between 241 and Irvine Blvd

⚠️241 Toll Road
• NB 241 fully closed from Alton Pkwy to Santiago CanyonRoad/261 Toll Road
• SB 241 between Santiago Canyon Road/261 Toll Road and Alton Pkwy

#SilveradoFire Road Closure Update: The following portions of The Toll Roads are closed: ⚠️133 Toll Road  • NB I-5 conne...
10/29/2020

#SilveradoFire Road Closure Update:
The following portions of The Toll Roads are closed:
⚠️133 Toll Road
• NB I-5 connector to NB 133 Toll Road
• NB 133 Toll Road between I-5 and 241 Toll Road
• NB 133 Toll Road connector to NB 241 Toll Road
• SB 133 Toll Road between 241 Toll Road and I-5
•SB I-5 connector to NB 133 Toll Road

⚠️241 Toll Road
• NB 241 Toll Road fully closed from Oso Pkwy to SR 91
• SB 241 Toll Road between SR 91 and Lake Forest Dr

⚠️261 Toll Road
• NB 261 Toll Road between Irvine Blvd and 241/Santiago Canyon Rd
• SB 261 Toll Road between 241/Santiago Canyon Rd and Irvine Blvd

#SilveradoFire Update:We, at The Toll Roads, are grateful for the first responders’ bravery, hard work and sacrifice the...
10/29/2020

#SilveradoFire Update:
We, at The Toll Roads, are grateful for the first responders’ bravery, hard work and sacrifice they’ve demonstrated keeping the people of Irvine, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo and surrounding areas safe during the #SilveradoFire. As evacuation orders are lifted, it’s now safe for crews to head out and assess the damage to The Toll Roads. A team will work quickly to fix damages and ensure the roads are safe. We’ll keep updating our social media pages with the most up-to-date information on road closures and maps. Thank you for your patience. Stay safe and stay healthy.

All mandatory evacuations have been lifted for the entire City of Irvine. #SilveradoFire
10/28/2020

All mandatory evacuations have been lifted for the entire City of Irvine. #SilveradoFire

Mandatory Evacuations Lifted for the Entire City of Irvine:

Mandatory evacuations set for the #SilveradoFire have been lifted at this time for the entire City of #Irvine.

All utilities should be functioning upon your return. If your utilities are not working, please contact your utility provider. The South Coast Air Quality Management District is reporting that the air quality is unhealthy; please limit outdoor activities at this time.

CAL FIRE and Irvine Public Works continue to clean up leftover hazards, including fallen trees and branches from the high winds and fires on Monday and Tuesday.

Visit cityofirvine.org for more info.

#SilveradoFire Road Closure Update: The following portions of The Toll Roads are closed: ⚠️133 Toll Road  • NB I-5 conne...
10/28/2020

#SilveradoFire Road Closure Update:
The following portions of The Toll Roads are closed:
⚠️133 Toll Road
• NB I-5 connector to NB 133
• NB 133 between I-5 and 241
• NB 133 connector to NB 241
• SB 133 between 241 and Irvine Blvd

⚠️241 Toll Road
• NB 241 fully closed from Oso Pkwy to SR 91
• SB 241 between SR 91 and Lake Forest Dr

⚠️261 Toll Road
• NB 261 between Irvine Blvd and 241/Santiago Canyon Rd
• SB 261 between 241/Santiago Canyon Rd and Portola Pkwy

#SilveradoFire Road Closure Update: The following portions of The Toll Roads are closed: ⚠️133 Toll Road  • NB I-5 conne...
10/28/2020

#SilveradoFire Road Closure Update:
The following portions of The Toll Roads are closed:
⚠️133 Toll Road
• NB I-5 connector to NB 133
• NB 133 between I-5 and 241
• NB 133 connector to NB 241
• SB 133 between 241 and I-5
•SB I-5 connector to NB 133

⚠️241 Toll Road
• NB 241 fully closed from Oso Pkwy to SR 91
• SB 241 between SR 91 and Lake Forest Dr

⚠️261 Toll Road
• NB 261 between Irvine Blvd and 241/Santiago Canyon Rd
• SB 261 between 241/Santiago Canyon Rd and Portola Pkwy

#SilveradoFire Road Closure Update: The following portions of The Toll Roads are closed: ⚠️133 Toll Road  • NB I-5 conne...
10/27/2020

#SilveradoFire Road Closure Update:
The following portions of The Toll Roads are closed:
⚠️133 Toll Road
• NB I-5 connector to NB 133
• NB 133 between I-5 and 241
• NB 133 connector to NB 241
• SB 133 between 241 and I-5
•SB I-5 connector to NB 133

⚠️241 Toll Road
• NB 241 from Oso Pkwy to SR 91
• SB 241 between SR 91 and Lake Forest Dr

⚠️261 Toll Road
• NB 261 between Irvine Blvd and 241/Santiago Canyon Rd
• SB 261 between 241/Santiago Canyon Rd and Irvine Blvd

#SilveradoFire Road Closure Update: The following portions of The Toll Roads are closed: ⚠️ 133 Toll Road  • NB I-5 conn...
10/27/2020

#SilveradoFire Road Closure Update:
The following portions of The Toll Roads are closed:
⚠️ 133 Toll Road
• NB I-5 connector to NB 133 Toll Road
• NB 133 Toll Road between I-5 and 241 Toll Road
• NB 133 Toll Road connector to NB 241 Toll Road
• SB 133 Toll Road between 241 Toll Road and I-5

⚠️ 241 Toll Road
• NB 241 Toll Road fully closed from Oso Pkwy to SR 91
• SB 241 Toll Road between SR 91 and Lake Forest Dr

⚠️ 261 Toll Road
• NB 261 Toll Road between Irvine Blvd and 241/Santiago Canyon Rd
• SB 261 Toll Road between 241/Santiago Canyon Rd and Portola Pkwy

#SilveradoFire Road Update: The following portions of The Toll Roads are closed:⚠️ 133 Toll Road   • I-5 connector to NB...
10/27/2020

#SilveradoFire Road Update:
The following portions of The Toll Roads are closed:

⚠️ 133 Toll Road
• I-5 connector to NB 133
• NB 133 between I-5 and 241
• NB 133 connector to NB 241
• SB 133 between the 241 and I-5

⚠️ 241 Toll Road
• NB 241 from Oso Pkwy to SR 91
• SB 241 between SR 91 and Lake Forest Dr

⚠️ 261 Toll Road
• NB 261 between Portola and 241/Santiago Canyon Rd
• SB 261 between 241/Santiago Canyon Rd and Portola Pkwy

10/27/2020

Staffing of our Customer Service Call Center is currently limited due to health and safety concerns surrounding COVID-19 and the proximity of The Toll Roads’ offices to the #SilveradoFire. As a result, our customer service functions performed by people are operating at limited capacity. Our Call Center is experiencing longer than normal wait times. Our website, app and automated phone service are available to help manage your account, pay a toll, resolve a violation and much more. We thank your for your continued patience. Please stay safe and stay healthy.

#SilveradoFire Road Update: The following portions of The Toll Roads are closed:⚠️ 133 Toll Road   • I-5 connector to NB...
10/26/2020

#SilveradoFire Road Update:
The following portions of The Toll Roads are closed:

⚠️ 133 Toll Road
• I-5 connector to NB 133
• NB 133 between I-5 and 241
• NB 133 connector to NB 241
• SB 133 between the 241 and Irvine Blvd

⚠️ 241 Toll Road
• NB 241 from Oso Pkwy to SR 91
• SB 241 between SR 91 and Lake Forest Dr

⚠️ 261 Toll Road
• NB 261 between Portola and 241/Santiago Canyon Rd
• SB 261 between 241/Santiago Canyon Rd and Portola Pkwy

10/26/2020

⚠️ ROAD ALERT ⚠️
There are full closures of the 241 Toll Road due to the #SantiagoFire2020. Please watch for signs and drive with caution. More updates to come.

10/23/2020

Whether you have a question about paying a toll, where you can drive with a FasTrak account or our environmental initiatives, TheTollRoads.com has the answer. If you still have questions, DM us or comment below and we’ll be happy to help.

10/22/2020

We wanted to say thank you to the essential workers who keep Orange County moving.

10/21/2020

Our website and app are easy ways to manage an account, open a new account, pay a toll, resolve a violation and much more. Visit TheTollRoads.com or download The Toll Roads app today.

The Toll Roads & Caltrans are working to improve your drive. 10/19-10/24, 10pm-5am, portions of The Toll Roads, includin...
10/20/2020

The Toll Roads & Caltrans are working to improve your drive. 10/19-10/24, 10pm-5am, portions of The Toll Roads, including several major interchanges, will close as part of a Guardrail Repair Project. For a full list of closures and detours, visit thetollroads.com/closures. Thank you for your patience.

Knowing what to do when the next big earthquake hits is critical to surviving and a quick recovery. The best way to prot...
10/15/2020
Earthquake Country Alliance: Welcome to Earthquake Country!

Knowing what to do when the next big earthquake hits is critical to surviving and a quick recovery. The best way to protect yourself is to practice “Drop, Cover and Hold On” at home, at work and with your family. Visit EarthquakeCountry.org/Step5/ to learn the best ways to protect you and your family when the shaking start.

ECA’s Step 5 Webinar reviews how to Drop, Cover, and Hold On and other protective actions (Click “CC” for captions)Learn about our Safer At Home Webinar Series

10/09/2020
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Lake Forest Chamber of Commerce

With October being Breast Cancer Awareness month, Tuesday's webcasts this month will feature strong women in leadership roles. Irvine Mayor Christina Shea discusses her many years serving the City of Irvine and also serving in numerous regional leadership roles.

Worried your new transponder isn’t beeping? Hardcase, switchable transponders issued after July 5, 2020, are made with t...
10/09/2020

Worried your new transponder isn’t beeping? Hardcase, switchable transponders issued after July 5, 2020, are made with the same battery-free technology as our sticker transponders and, therefore, do not beep. To ensure it’s working correctly, you can log in to your account at TheTollRoads.com and review your recent toll road activity.

Earthquakes strike with little to no warning. Before the next one, it’s important for you and your family to get prepare...
10/08/2020

Earthquakes strike with little to no warning. Before the next one, it’s important for you and your family to get prepared. These four steps from Earthquake Country Alliance contain actions for how to get prepared at home or in the workplace:
1. Secure your space
2. Plan to be safe
3. Organize disaster supplies
4. Minimize financial hardship
You can learn more about these steps at EarthquakeCountry.org/prepare.

10/07/2020

Have you purchased a new car, moved or received a new credit card number? Take a few minutes and update your account on our app or at TheTollRoads.com. 💻

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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 sex and/or self-mutilation • Content that promotes, fosters, or perpetuates discrimination on the basis or race, creed, color, age, religion, gender, sex, gender identity or expression, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, national origin, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, covered medical condition, sexual orientation, military or veteran’s status, or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law • Sexual harassment • Pornography/child pornography • 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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Monday 07:30 - 17:30
Tuesday 07:30 - 17:30
Wednesday 07:30 - 17:30
Thursday 07:30 - 17:30
Friday 07:30 - 17:30

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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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CROOKS I had a sticker on my vehicle and because there was an error by DMV and had license plate changed I was fined because the sticker did not match the plate. Custome can not tell you what stickers match which cars you drive I have three cars. They did reduce fee to $29.00 for a $2.00 toll.
I need help I ended up getting a toll road violation end can’t find the ticket to pay it .I misplaced it .how do I look my ticket up ?
GOD BLESS ANDREAS Customer Service today. He talking Nice and much help to me. Happy happy Happy 😍😍😍🙏
I completely regret setting up a Toll Roads account and having a credit to my name. I sold my car in May2020 as a trade in to the dealer. Whoever bought my car has been driving it on Toll Roads, used up my credit and now I continue to receive bills and threats from the Toll Roads, in spite of me calling and writing to responses to the Toll Roads, including my Notice of Release of Liability from the bill of sale to Toyota prior to the toll violation dates. Clearly someone else is driving my old car and I'm being sent the bills. The Toll Roads are run by robots who can't resolve this issue and it's wasting my time. I will never sign up for this crappy service again. I've written a 3rd letter and completed yet another Affidavit to send to the Toll Roads saying the same thing as the last one I sent in. Idiocracy at its worst. BUYER BEWARE!
Was anyone traveling on the Toll 241 South on August 07, 2020 at about 1:15pm & 1:30pm that saw a black dodge challenger hit a black lexus from the back. pls let me know. thanks
I didn't know but I noticed that I was paying double and triple to Toll Roads company as (1) they both charge on "plate", "transponder" and "new sticker". I am going to call the company to adjust, but be careful everybody! This company is not nice at all.🤬🤬
Have toll fees been suspended at this time? Some are saying you can drive the toll roads for free---trying to verify if this is true. Thank you for continuing to serve the community.
I can't help but notice the California Toll Roads are still charging full price - I guess they are too good for any kind of Pandemic relief.
I have a new plate # how do i remove the old one???
This is accurate ? 5 charges in one day at $60 each??
Is this right?? I got charged 5x's in 1 day? 60 bucks each?
Can someone tell me if I'm on 91 west and getting off at weir canyon and I'm on the fast track, where do I get out of fast track to exit on weir canyon?