California State Route 241

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Payment options
  • Uproad
  • Cash
  • Transponder
Drivers without valid payment methods get mailed bills or violations and pay higher toll rates.
Toll pricing
  • Varies w/traffic volume
  • Consistent
  • Higher at peak hours
Rules of the (toll) road
  • Express toll lanes
  • High-occupancy toll lane

Additional Information

PLEASE NOTE: Many toll roads have discontinued cash payments. If you must travel regularly, download the Uproad app, and by the next day, you'll pay tolls with your phone. Stay safe.

RegionSouthern California
Toll agencyTCA

Transportation Corridor Agencies

Supported transpondersFasTrak
Lane IDs1, 2
Time ZonePST

Pacific Standard Time (PST)

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Additional Information

PLEASE NOTE: Many toll roads have discontinued cash payments. If you must travel regularly, download the Uproad app, and by the next day, you'll pay tolls with your phone. Stay safe.

Avarage cost for the road CA SR-241

Note: actual costs may vary based on the trip length.

Toll cost with transponder 2.49 rate
Toll cost with video 2.49 rate

The Details

241 Toll Road

The Orange County area has three toll-freeways. The 241 Toll Road (State Route 241) is one of them. A highly trafficked toll road provides both many cities along the route and amazing views of the Santa Ana Mountains. Let’s find out more about the route and toll rate payment methods available.

241 Toll Road – overview

241 Toll Road is a state highway spanning 12 California cities. It’s a toll road for its entire length. It starts in the south near Las Flores and ends in the north next to the Anaheim-Yorba border. State Route 241 runs south to Interstate 5 at San Onofre State Beach on the border with San Diego County. The current State Route 241 is the third corridor to carry the designation – the original one was opened as CA 241, and it was part of the 1964 California State Highway Renumbering. Today, 241 Toll Road is part of the California Freeway and Expressway System and the National Highway System. It was built by the TCA (the Transportation Corridor Agencies) and it’s owned by the state of California.

241 Toll Road runs along two named tollways:

  • The Foothill Transportation Corridor at its southern half. This section is 12 miles (19 km) long.

  • The Eastern Transportation Corridor at its northern half.

State Route 241 – how to pay tolls

In 2014, the State Route went to an all-electronic cashless payment system. The open road tolling system was implemented and since then, drivers have been charged flat-rate tolls based on what toll booth they passed through. In 2019, the license plate tolling program was discontinued – drivers can only pay using the FasTrak electronic toll collection or via online payment within 5 days after the trip. There are two mainline toll gantries on the State Route 241 has two mainline toll gantries. The first one is Tomato Springs Mainline gantry (south of the SR-133 interchange) and the second one is Windy Ridge Mainline gantry (south of the SR-91 interchange). So, in order to pay for crossing the SR-241, you can use:

  • FasTrak account – the best option if you travel frequently. You just need to install a transponder tag in your windshield and load an initial pre-paid account minimum of $50. You will be charged automatically while passing a toll road.

  • A pay-as-you-go account. You can add multiple vehicles to a single account. All payments can be easily managed online.

  • Mail toll invoice – an invoice is sent to the vehicle’s registered owner if the tolling agency doesn’t find your license plate associated with any of the other payment methods.

  • Uproad app - You can download the Uproad app, create an account, and register your vehicle with a payment method. Once your account is activated, you can drive anywhere Uproad covers, including State Route 241.

241 Toll Road – toll rates

SR-241 has variable pricing – toll rates are higher at peak hours. Tolls are charged both southbound and northbound. Drivers without a transponder tag are mailed a bill with a higher toll rate. In the table below, you will find toll rates (tag transponder) that apply at particular hours at the most important toll points:

Toll point


Toll rate (tag transponder) – Monday to Friday

Windy Ridge

12 am – 6:59 am


7 am – 7:29 am


7:30 am – 8:29 am


8:30 am – 8:59 am


9 am – 11:59 pm


Saturday and Sunday: flat rate of $3.89

Tomato Springs

12 am – 3:59 pm


4 pm – 4:59 pm


5 pm – 5:59 pm


6:30 pm – 6:59 pm


7 pm – 11:59 pm


Saturday and Sunday: flat rate of $3.73

Portola Pkwy-North

12 am – 3:59 pm


4 pm – 6:59 pm


7 pm – 11:59 pm


Saturday and Sunday: flat rate of $2.69

The rates above apply to 2-axle passenger vehicles. The total cost may change depending on the length of the trip and other variables. The easiest way to estimate the cost in the most precise way is to use an online toll calculator.

Located in California, the 241 Toll Road is a major road facility. The 241 Toll Road is also one of the busiest roads in California.

Here on, you'll find the latest 241 Toll Road toll information. From 241 Toll Road prices to payment options, Uproad lets you know the rules of the road.

And, if you drive a lot and are looking for a new toll payment account without a transponder or toll tag, you've come to the right place! With an Uproad app account, you'll pay tolls as you go with your mobile phone.

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