MORE FROM EXPRESSACCOUNT PRESS CONFERENCE
Last week, The Toll Roads introduced new payment options to the public at a press conference attended by board members, elected officials, community leaders, stakeholders, drivers and the media.
In May, cash toll collection will be removed from The Toll Roads. Now, 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 of their method of payment, when they want to pay their toll and how much of California they intend to explore.
Customers with FasTrak, which uses transponder technology affixed to a vehicle’s windshield, will continue to pay the lowest tolls and may be used on all toll roads, lanes and bridges throughout California. FasTrak customers won’t have to make any changes to their accounts when cash collection ceases on The Toll Roads.
Posted on January 22, 2014, in Uncategorized and tagged AET, all electronic tolling, California, ExpressAccount, ExpressAccounts, Lisa Bartlett, Lucy Dunn, Mobility, Neil Peterson, One-Time-Toll, Orange County, Orange County California, Orange County Mobility, Rush Hill, Southern California, Southern California Mobility, TCA, The Toll Roads, Todd Spitzer, Toll road, toll roads, tolling, transponder, Transportation Corridor Agencies. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.