How much is a FasTrak pass in Los Angeles?
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST? Everyone: $40-$50 start-up balance in FasTrak account. Carpool drivers: Will not be charged a toll to drive. Solo drivers: Will be charged between $0.25 and $1.40 per mile.
How much does FasTrak cost per month?
There are no fees to open or to maintain a FasTrak account. Think of your FasTrak account as a little bank account for tolls.
How do I pay for FasTrak Los Angeles?
- Step 1: Enter your notice number, vehicle license plate, & click search.
- Step 2: Select the violation notices that you want to pay, then click Actions and Pay Now.
- Step 5: A summary of your charges will be displayed, click Next.
- Step 6: Enter the credit card information and click next to process the payment.
Is FasTrak worth it Los Angeles?
Fastrak is definitely worth it. Waze actually has the ability to route with FasTrak, so try pulling up the app in the morning and comparing the routes with and without it.
What happens if you go through FasTrak without a pass?
If you use an express lane without a valid FasTrak toll tag, you will receive a violation notice. The following is a schedule of toll evasion penalties: First notice issued: $25 penalty. Second (delinquent) notice issued: $70 ($25 penalty plus $45 late fee).
Is FasTrak free?
Standard FasTrak toll tags and the FasTrak Flex toll tags are free. There are no fees to open or to maintain a FasTrak account, regardless of the type of toll tag you use. Think of your FasTrak account as a little bank account for tolls.
Is FasTrak cheaper than cash?
The toll tag does all the work—no more fumbling for cash! It saves money. On the Golden Gate Bridge, all FasTrak users pay a discounted toll rate.
How much is FasTrak at Costco?
At participating Costco Warehouses and Orange County Albertsons locations, purchase a FasTrak® transponder for $44.99 and get $5.01 in free tolls credited to your account once the transponder is activated at TheTollRoads.com.
How does FasTrak know if you are a carpool?
How does FasTrak know if there are 2+ people in the vehicle? You have a transponder with a switch. You move it from 1 person, to 2 persons, to 3 persons as appropriate, and it sends the appropriate signal to the toll gates as you‘re driving down the 110 and 10 Fast Trak lanes.
Can I drive on FasTrak without transponder?
Yes. FasTrak drivers must have a transponder mounted to their vehicle’s windshield. State law requires a transponder to be in the vehicle or valid license plates properly mounted to the vehicle.
Can I go through FasTrak without my tag?
Yes. Except for the Golden Gate Bridge (see below), if you pass through a bridge toll lane without a valid FasTrak and without paying the toll, or if you travel in an express lane without a valid FasTrak tag, an image of your license plate will be captured.
Is FasTrak free for carpool?
Carpools (2+ people), vanpools, motorcycles, and other toll-exempt vehicles may travel toll free with a FasTrak Flex or FasTrak CAV toll tag. To travel toll free, set the switch on the face of the tag to match the number of people in the vehicle (motorcycles should set the switch to 3+).
Will my Bay Area FasTrak work in LA?
You can use FasTrak anywhere in California where the FasTrak logo is displayed. In the Bay Area, you can use FasTrak on all toll bridges and express lanes and at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) parking facilities.
What’s the difference between FasTrak and FasTrak Flex?
A FasTrak Flex toll tag is required for carpools, motorcycles and eligible clean air vehicles to travel toll free in the I-580 express lanes. FasTrak Flex toll tags work just like FasTrak Standard toll tags but have a three-position switch that can be adjusted to signal whether you are traveling as a carpool or alone.
How much do FasTrak transponders cost?
The transponders cost about $40—though luckily that amount can be used as a credit for your tolls—and they must be registered via the ExpressLanes website. Beginning June 1st, everyone with a transponder must pay a $1 monthly fee, though toll discounts are available for low-income drivers.