Traffic and revenue on the Transportation Corridor Agencies ’ (TCA) 51-mile toll road network have been growing with Orange County’s regional economic recovery. Since the start of the fiscal year in July 2015, traffic on the 133, 241 and 261 Toll Roads has increased 9.6 percent and revenue has increased 12.8 percent, compared to the same period the year before. Traffic on the 73 Toll Road has increased 10.9 percent and revenue is up 13.6 percent. Drivers also continue to sign up for FasTrak®, which saves drivers $1 for every transaction on The Toll Roads in Orange County and can be used on all toll bridges, lanes and roads in California. Each month, approximately 6,000 new FasTrak accounts are established, resulting in more than half a million FasTrak accounts.
This article was originally published via Mobility 21’s January Forward Motion: http://mobility21.com/forward-motion-january-2016/
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