Is the 91 Express Lanes the same as the toll roads?

Is the 91 Express Lanes the same as the toll roads?

The 91 Express Lanes is a four-lane, 18-mile toll road built in the median of State Route (SR)-91 between the SR-55/SR-91 interchange and the SR-91/Interstate (I)-15 interchange.

How do you pay for FasTrak 91 Freeway?

Motorists pay tolls through the use of a convenient FasTrak® transponder that automatically deducts the toll amount from a prepaid account. You can use a FasTrak® transponder issued by any of the California toll operators or obtain one by opening an account.

Is FasTrak and express lanes the same?

Drivers with standard or sticker FasTrak transponders can use the express lanes and pay with FasTrak, but they will pay the full toll regardless of the number of occupants in the vehicle.

Do I need a transponder for FasTrak?

Yes. FasTrak drivers must have a transponder mounted to their vehicle’s windshield. State law requires a transponder to be in the vehicle or valid license plates properly mounted to the vehicle.

How does FasTrak know how many passengers?

How does FasTrak know if there are 2+ people in the vehicle? You have a transponder with a switch. You move it from 1 person, to 2 persons, to 3 persons as appropriate, and it sends the appropriate signal to the toll gates as you’re driving down the 110 and 10 Fast Trak lanes.

How much is a toll violation in California?

Each violation transaction is assessed a $57.50 penalty in addition to the toll amount due. If the registered owner has no previous violations, the penalties will be waived. This is a courtesy for first time violators only.

How do I know if I have a toll violation in California?

Alternatively, to enquire about any toll violation in California toll roads, bridges or express lanes, call 877-229-8655.

Can I pay 91 FasTrak online?

Pay Toll(s) Online or With The Toll Roads App There are no invoices, prepayments, statements or transponders – but you do pay the highest toll rates.

What is the difference between toll roads and FasTrak?

FasTrak is the preferred method of payment on The Toll Roads. FasTrak drivers affix a transponder to their vehicle’s windshield and when they pass through a tolling point the toll is automatically deducted from their account via their preferred payment method: charge, invoice or prepaid.

How much is the express lane in California?

Tolls on the I-15 Express Lanes vary between 50 cents and $8, depending on distance traveled and traffic in the lanes. The 50 cents minimum and $8 maximum tolls are set by the SANDAG Board of Directors, and cannot change without prior approval from the Board.

Where do the 91 Express Lanes begin and end?

The 91 Express Lanes run from the junction of SR 91 with the SR 55 Freeway (Costa Mesa Freeway) in Anaheim to its junction with I-15 in Corona. Before the extension in 2017, they ended at the Riverside County line.

Where is the 91 Express Lane?

The 91 Express Lanes is a twenty-mile (32 km) high-occupancy toll road / full tollway combination contained entirely within the median of the Riverside Freeway (State Route 91) in Orange County, California. They run from the Costa Mesa Freeway (State Route 55) interchange in Anaheim to the Riverside County line.

What is 91 Express?

The 91 Express Lanes are a 10-mile, four-lane express toll-lane facility in the median of SR-91 in Orange County, California, extending eastward from the SR-55 interchange near Anaheim to the Riverside County line.

What are express lanes?

Express Lanes are specially-designated highway lanes that allow solo drivers to choose to pay a toll to use the lanes and that are free to carpools, motorcycles, vanpools and other eligible vehicles during the designated hours of operation. Outside of the hours of operation, the lanes are open to regular traffic.