California toll roads, bridges and express lanes
The South Bay Expressway (SR 125 toll road) stretches from the Otay Mesa border crossing north through Chula Vista to SR-54, providing access to Downtown San Diego. The road is operated by San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG).
Eastern Toll Roads (SR 133), Foothill Toll Road (SR-241), Eastern Toll Roads (SR 241/SR 261), San Joaquin Hills Toll Road (SR 73) are part of the Eastern Transportation Corridor system.
SR 133 is a freeway (the Laguna Freeway) to I-5, and a tollway (part of the Eastern Toll Road) to SR 241 near the Santa Ana Mountains. SR 241 toll road's northern half is part of the Eastern Transportation Corridor while its southern half is part of the Foothill Transportation Corridor. The highway currently runs from Rancho Santa Margarita to Yorba Linda. State Route 261 (SR 261) connects State Route 241 with I-5. Cash is no longer accepted in any of the Eastern Transportation Corridor system roads.
Following are the toll brdges in California. Detailed information on each toll bridge can be found at the California toll Bridges page.
- The Antioch Bridge
- The Benicia–Martinez Bridge
- The Carquinez Bridge
- The Dumbarton Bridge
- Golden Gate bridge
- The Richmond–San Rafael Bridge
- The San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge
- The San Mateo–Hayward Bridge
Following are the express lanes in California. Detailed information on each express lane can be found at the California express lanes page.
- Contra Costa
California toll calculator calculates tolls and gas expenses for cars, trucks, trailers, buses, RVs, and motorcycles for all toll roads and bridges in California. The tolls are for both peaks and off-peaks, at the time of your travel.