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I-110 Express Lanes | California Toll Roads

  • Toll Road Name: I-110 Express Lanes, California
  • On Which Highways:  Interstate 110
  • Connecting Cities: The Metro Express Lanes on the I-110 run for 11 miles between Adams Boulevard and Harbor Gateway Transit Center.
  • Cost of the Toll Road: Dynamic variable rate based on current traffic conditions and distance traveled.$15.40 max for full length$0.30 min
  • Distance of the Toll Road: 11 miles - 17.70 Km
  • How to pay:FasTrak
  • History: The Express Lanes opened for operation in 2012.
  • How to Use: The I-110 and I-10 Metro Express Lanes are open 24/7 and are separated from the general purpose lanes by double solid white lines.  The fine for crossing the double solid white lines is a minimum of $491. If you use the lane illegally and are caught by Metro cameras, you'll be billed for the toll and required to pay a fine.
  • Important: When HOV Only  is displayed on the gantry sign over the carpool/express lane it means solo drivers may not use the HOV/express lanes.
  • When to Use: Solo drivers looking for a faster and smoother ride
  • Discounts: Carpools and vanpools can use the Express Lanes toll free with a FasTrak

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