FasTrak provides travelers with multiple methods to pay their toll invoices and resolve violations.When a vehicle passes through a tolled facility without a valid toll tag, License Plate Account, or One-Time Payment, FasTrak will issue an invoice or violation notice to the vehicle’s registered owner.
FasTrak Toll Tag
Enjoy convenient, fast and cost-effective travel on Bay Area bridges and express lanes with FasTrak’s easy-to-use electronic toll pay system. When properly mounted, your FasTrak toll tag will allow you to pay tolls electronically at any FasTrak-designated toll facility located on all Bay Area toll bridges and express lanes. FasTrak toll tags can also be used at all toll locations in Southern California.
License Plate Account
If you travel over Bay Area bridges regularly and do not want a toll tag, consider opening a License Plate Account. This type of account is now eligible to pay tolls at all bridge toll facilities. License Plate Accounts are not recommended for rental vehicle users.
To use Bay Area bridges without a toll tag or License Plate Account, you may set up a short-term, one-time payment account that allows you to pay recent or future tolls online with a credit card, or with cash, check or money order at a FasTrak retail location.
Pay a FasTrak Toll Invoice
As of January 2021, tolls incurred at Bay Area bridges will be included on a Toll Invoice when a toll is not electronically collected through the use of a FasTrak toll tag, License Plate Account, or One-Time Payment.
FasTrak will issue an invoice to the vehicle’s registered owner following the first toll crossing. Any future toll crossings will be included on a monthly invoice, the period for which starts on the date of the first crossing. You must pay this invoice within 21 days online, over the phone, by mail, or by using a Cash Payment Location(opens in a new window). State bridges and Golden Gate Bridge transactions will be on separate monthly invoices.
If you use Bay Area Express Lanes, you must use a FasTrak toll tag, otherwise you will receive a violation notice including toll evasion penalties.
For more information, visit the FasTrak Toll Invoice FAQ.
If you do not pay a toll invoice on time, or you do not pay a toll on a Bay Area express lane, FasTrak will issue you a violation notice, including any associated penalty fees. If you believe you’ve received a violation notice in error, you can dispute the violation by clicking the button below and providing the required information to review your claim. You will need your violation number to submit your claim.
If the violation you received is your first, FasTrak will waive the violation penalty if you open a FasTrak account within 30 days of the unpaid toll crossing. FasTrak will then deduct the unpaid toll from your new account and waive the penalty portion of the amount due.
You can start the web sign-up process when you receive the violation and backdate the license plate start date by as much as 30 days to ensure the transaction clears to your account.