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In just six days cash toll collection will cease on The Toll Roads.  Are you ready?  If you have FasTrak® or AN ExpressAccount™ the answer is yes.

If you currently pay with cash when you drive State Routes 73, 133, 241 and 261, now is the time to decide how you will pay after 12:01 a.m. on May 14.

There are five ways to pay tolls on The Toll Roads: FasTrak, three new ExpressAccount types and the new One-Time-Toll option.  Click here for information about the different account options and to learn which one is right for you.

TCA is offering new FasTrak and ExpressAccount customers a free week of nonstop driving as soon as they establish an account at (PROMO CODE: FREETOLL). The offer ends May 11.

Will you join the 450,336 people who have a FasTrak account or the 69,619 who have an ExpressAccount?

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With cash toll collection being removed from The Toll Roads in May, now is the time to sign up for FasTrak® or an ExpressAccount™ and cash in on $50 in free tolls.  

To receive $50 in free tolls, simply sign up for a new account with The Toll Roads, then start a new subscription with The Orange County Register or the Long Beach Register.

 OC Register LogoHere’s how:

  • Sign up for a new ExpressAccount or FasTrak account at or using our free app;
  • Keep your account name and number handy;
  • Call The Registers at 866-710-1150 and mention offer code TOLLROAD or visit:;
  • Enter your Toll Road account name and number on the notes/comments page; and
  • Enjoy $50 in free tolls!

Already have FasTrak or an ExpressAcount?  You can get $50 in free tolls, too, when you start a new Register subscription.  Just follow steps two and three listed above to receive this exclusive offer.

Fine print:  Offer valid from January 1 through February 15, 2014.  Free tolls are non-refundable.  Free toll offer not good on other California toll facilities.  The $50 in free tolls will be applied to the account within 60 days or by April 15, 2014.  Home delivery of print copy only available to Register delivery areas.  Offer valid for new Register subscribers only, must not have been a subscriber within the last 30 days.


The Toll Roads have teamed up with Albertsons to make opening a FasTrak® account even more convenient and accessible for Southern California drivers. FasTrak transponders are now available at 30 of Albertsons’ Orange County retail locations and come with up to $9 in free tolls.

Screen Shot 2013-11-20 at 6.23.54 PMCustomers can open a new FasTrak account with The Toll Roads and get a transponder at participating Albertsons Orange County stores for $36.  Once the transponder is activated on, $40 in prepaid tolls will be automatically credited to the account. For a limited time, customers will receive an additional $5 in free tolls, amounting to a total of $45 in tolls in their new FasTrak account. As an added bonus, customers who choose to replenish their new FasTrak account using electronic check will be credited a total of $50 in tolls through the holiday season. The promotion is valid through January 14, 2014.

Each new FasTrak transponder package comes with:

  • One FasTrak transponder from The Toll Roads
  • Information booklet containing
    • Registration instructions for establishing an account
    • FasTrak License Agreement
    • The Toll Roads Privacy Policy
    • Map of The Toll Roads
    • Information about The Toll Roads App
    • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Mounting strips

“TCA is the creator of FasTrak and was the first toll authority in California to sell transponders in retail stores.  The retail program has proven successful and I am thrilled that we are expanding the program to include Albertsons Orange County stores,” said Neil Peterson, CEO of TCA, the public agencies responsible for operating The Toll Roads. “The stature of the Albertsons name will — without a doubt — enable us to expand our reach to potential new customers.”

FasTrak transponders are distributed at Albertsons’ service desk. See Albertsons cashier for information on the holiday promotion.