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At 799 square miles, Orange County is home to beautiful beaches, world-class shopping, the birthplace of California and the happiest place on earth. It’s also home to the largest network of toll roads in the state.

Comprised of State Routes 73, 133, 241 and 261, The Toll Roads make up 20 percent of Orange County’s highway system and are the fastest, easiest and most predictable way to get to and through Orange County.

Helpful Tools

Paying Tolls

All tolls on The Toll Roads are collected electronically -- there are no toll booths at which to stop and pay cash.

Visitors and infrequent drivers can pay tolls within 5 days before or 5 days after driving The Toll Roads using The Toll Roads app or online at

If you are visiting family or friends, find out if they have a FasTrak® account with The Toll Roads. If so, they can temporarily add your vehicle's license plate number to their account, which will allow you to drive The Toll Roads with no worries about paying online.

Resolving a Toll Violation

If you drive The Toll Roads without paying a toll(s), you will receive a Notice of Toll Evasion in the mail. If it was your first time driving The Toll Roads without paying, the notice will include information on how to pay the toll only (without penalties). Pay, resolve or monitor the status of a violation.

Repeat Visitors

Frequent visitors should consider signing up for a FasTrak Charge account to have tolls charged individually to a designated credit card at the end of each day their license plate passes through a tolling point. There are no monthly maintenance fees and your card is only charged when you drive the road. Also, if you are using a rental car you can temporarily add a vehicle's license plate to your account. Sign Up for FasTrak Charge.