NONSTOP TRAVEL FOR ALL DRIVERS, COMING 2014
Soon, every vehicle will travel nonstop on The Toll Roads. In 2014, we’re closing the cash toll collection booths and converting The Toll Roads to all electronic tolling; which is a fancy way of saying that you’ll never again have to stop or wait in line to pay a toll on The Toll Roads. While we are eliminating one way to pay, we are introducing four new methods of payment.
With five ways to pay tolls (FasTrak, three new ExpressAccount™ choices and a One-Time-Toll™ option), there’s a custom payment method that will work for every driver – regardless their method of payment, when they want to pay their toll and how much of California they intend to explore.
Since 2010, we’ve been carefully researching the latest and most advanced toll collection technologies to improve your experience on The Toll Roads. After conducting consumer surveys and focus groups, we found that — in addition to FasTrak — drivers want more, easy ways to pay without stopping. So that’s what we’re providing.
For the nearly 80 percent of Toll Road drivers who already pay electronically, our conversion to all-electronic toll collection will be seamless and uneventful. FasTrak customers don’t have to make any changes to their accounts with the conversion.
Cash toll collection will be removed by mid-2014. Customers can sign up for FasTrak now or sign up one of the new ExpressAccount options in early 2014. To be added to our email list to receive the latest news, complete the form at: tinyurl.com/TollRoadUpdate
ExpressAccounts in the news:
No more toll booths: Orange County toll roads going cash free in 2014, Southern California Public Radio
Toll roads: No cash, no problem, The Orange County Register
Posted on November 29, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged AET, all electronic tolling, California, ExpressAccount, ExpressAccounts, F/ETCA, FasTrak, Mobility, One-Time-Toll, Orange County, Orange County Mobility, Southern California, Southern California Mobility, TCA, The Toll Roads, Toll road, tolling, transponder, Transportation Corridor Agencies. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.