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Transportation

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Navigating Orange County has never been easier. Below are details on area airports, major freeways listings, public transit offerings and toll roads so you can get where you need to go.

John Wayne Airport, Orange County SNA
When you want to fly to Orange County, you can't get any more convenient than John Wayne Airport, Orange County (SNA).

Click here to read more about John Wayne Airport.

Major Freeways

The term "freeway" dates back to about 1930. Freeways have helped make Orange County what it is today and remain the premier routes to all of the OC's acclaimed destinations. I-5 is the gateway to fantasy Disneyland Resort/California Adventure, the Anaheim Convention Center, and the Irvine Spectrum Center.  the 91 freeway Medieval Times and Knott's Berry Farm.

Connect to Pacific Coast Highway then follow the coast south to hit all the major OC beaches.

 

Orange County Toll Roads

The Orange County Toll Roads are the largest toll road network in California, totaling 51 miles and accounting for more than 20 percent of Orange County highways. Developed and operated by Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA), the network is comprised of the 73, 133, 241 and 261 Toll Roads.

For maps, rates and more information visit www.thetollroads.com.

The Toll Roads Rates and Payment

Cash tolling is no longer accepted on The Toll Roads, but there are now new ways to pay. Drivers can pay tolls with FasTrak® an ExpressAccount® or use One-Time-Toll®.

One-Time-Toll is the ideal choice for out-of-town visitors and infrequent users of The Toll Roads. No account necessary - users drive the 73, 133, 241 or 261 Toll Roads anytime, day or night, then pay within 5 days after driving on The Toll Roads. Drivers can pay online at thetollroads.com or by using The Toll Roads app.

For more information about One-Time-Toll and how to pay, visit www.thetollroads.com.

 

The 91 Express Lanes

The 91 Express Lanes is a 10-mile toll road built in the median of State Route 91 between the Orange and Riverside County line and State Route 55 (Costa Mesa Freeway).

Since 1995, the 91 Express Lanes, operated by OCTA, have carried more than 64 million vehicles, saving customers more than 32 million hours of commuting time. If you are traveling between Riverside and Orange counties you can take the 91 Express Lanes for a smooth, clear ride.

91 Express Lanes Rates and Payment
You can only pay your toll with FasTrak on the 91 Express Lanes. Tolls cannot be paid manually. If you drive through the 91 Express Lanes without a FasTrak transponder, you will receive a violation notice. Each violation transaction is assessed a $47.50 processing fee in addition to the toll amount due.

Tolls on the 91 Express Lanes are value priced to ensure a congestion-free trip. Tolls range from $1.25 to $4.25 traveling westbound, and up to $9.50 traveling eastbound. Be sure to check the toll on message signs before entering the 91 Express Lanes. Toll schedules are subject to change without notice. Tolls vary to optimize traffic flows. Tolls are for one-way travel during the times and days shown.

 

Best Chauffeured

Best Chauffeured has been providing first class transportation solutions for over 20 years. Best maintains a large fleet serving several of the top Orange County corporations, celebrities, VIP’s, hotels, meeting planners and DMCs. For more information, call (866) 323-2378 or click here to visit their website.