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Additional Portions of The Toll Roads Impacted by Silverado Fire Reopen

IRVINE, Calif. - October 30, 2020

The Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA) are working with Caltrans (owner of The Toll Roads) to assess and repair damage caused by the Silverado Fire and reopen the roads as soon as it safe to do so.

For the most up-to-date information on Toll Road closures, visit The Toll Roads on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

As of Friday, Oct. 30 at 9 a.m., the following portions of The Toll Roads are OPEN:

133 Toll Road  
SB 133 is open from the 241 Toll Road to Laguna Beach

241 Toll Road  
SB 241 from SR 91 to the 133 
SB 241 from Alton Pkwy to Oso Pkwy 
NB 241 between Oso Pkwy and Alton Pkwy 
NB 241 between the 261 and SR 91

261 Toll Road  
Entire SB and NB 261 from the 241 to Irvine

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 Alton Pkwy to Santiago Canyon Rd/261 Toll Road 
SB 241 between the 133 and Alton Pkwy

Check, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram for updates.

While there isn’t a way to eliminate all fire risk, TCA takes important steps to prevent and mitigate wildfires. The Agencies partner with multiple organizations, such as the Orange County Fire Authority and Caltrans, to clear vegetation and create defensible spaces and buffers that serve as areas for first responders to fight wildfires when they occur. TCA also participates in the Orange County Fire Watch program, which alerts the public to elevated fire danger in or near wilderness parks and communities across Orange County. Additionally, earlier this week, OCFA used The Toll Roads facilities as a staging area for firefighters battling the blaze. 

Map of The Toll Roads closures due to the Santiago fire

The Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA) are two joint powers authorities formed by the California legislature in 1986 to plan, finance, construct and operate Orange County’s public toll road system comprised of the 73, 133, 241 and 261 Toll Roads.