The Largest Network of Ttoll Roads in California
At 51 miles, The Toll Roads make up the largest network of toll roads in California and make up 20 percent of Orange County's highway system. Developed and operated by Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA), the network is comprised of the 73, 133, 241 and 261 Toll Roads. Drivers can rely on The Toll Roads for a free flowing, stress free, nonstop commute. 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.
On The Toll Roads, all tolls are paid electronically with a FasTrak transponder account, an ExpressAccount that records tolls with license plate photos or online using the One-Time-Toll payment option. The One-Time-Toll option does not require an account and offers the convenience to drive and pay tolls within 5 days before or 5 days after your trip at thetollroads.com or via the free mobile app.