Conquer Southern California traffic with our mobile app

Avoid traffic jams with our real-time traffic maps, including incidents, chain control zones, freeway cameras, and changeable message sign (CMS) icons. System messages alert you of any highway closures or hazardous conditions in the region.

  • Get up-to-date Park and Ride lot information for all of Southern California.
  • Quickly find Bus and Train schedules by city, county, or provider name.
  • Use our carpool lane map to plan your trip.
  • Learn about carpool and vanpool incentives that are available for Riverside and San Bernardino County residents.
  • Call 511 within the Inland Empire and 1-877-MYIE511 toll-free from anywhere.
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Toll Roads

Southern California’s network of toll roads includes the I-10 and I-110 Express Lanes owned and operated by Metro, the 91 Express Lanes owned and operated by the Orange County Transportation Authority, the 241, 261, 133, and 73 Toll Roads operated by the Transportation Corridor Agencies, and the I-15 Express Lanes and SR-125 in San Diego County.

Customers on any of these roads may pay tolls from pre-paid accounts using a FasTrak transponder — a pocket-sized radio transmission device mounted to the inside of their vehicle’s windshield.  The I-110 Express Lanes are free to carpools with two or more people but the vehicle must have a transponder. The I-10 and 91 Express Lanes are free to carpools with three or more people but the vehicle must have a transponder.

For more information or to sign up for a transponder:

Southern California Toll Road Map
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