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91 express lanes
« on: 05/05/17 12:45AM »
I understand that motorcycles (except m-f eastbound 4-6pm) are free with a special account

but if I also have a truck, does that mean I need 2 accounts/2 transponders? 1 for the truck, and 1 for the bike?

I've been thinking about an account, now that they've extended it to the 15...could help with desert or Vegas trips in the truck, or just for safety/lane control when on the bike

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Re: 91 express lanes
« Reply #1 on: 05/05/17 05:50AM »
It's worth it! Screw the 91 and all the shit traffic even on weekends.

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Re: 91 express lanes
« Reply #2 on: 05/05/17 08:32AM »
I too ride and take the express lanes. I go under the 3+ and get 50% off the peak times 4pm-6pm M-F. when I drive my truck I use the same transponder use the regular toll and pay the full price, unless I have 3 people in my truck I get the discounted price going under the 3+.

You can use one transponder for both. 

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Re: 91 express lanes
« Reply #3 on: 05/05/17 09:13AM »
For The Toll Roads / Fast Track when you sign up they give you 1-2 transponders and you have to add your license plates to your account.

They will know which license plate is for the motorcycle, so you should be good. They tell you to keep the transponder in the vehicle(s) at all times, but f that noise, too easy to steal off a bike.

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Re: 91 express lanes
« Reply #4 on: 05/05/17 10:23AM »
Yea Brando is right... I don't even put the transponder on the bike anymore....

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Re: 91 express lanes
« Reply #5 on: 05/08/17 06:50PM »
I don't carry mine either.  The 241 is my bailout if I oversleep.

Related topic, can someone verify, I think the 110 toll lanes are free for bikes, but 91 is not?
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Re: 91 express lanes
« Reply #6 on: 05/08/17 07:15PM »
From what I've read, toll lanes inside LA County are free for bikes. Which is why the 91 isn't. Tools don't start until after you've left LA County...

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Re: 91 express lanes
« Reply #7 on: 05/08/17 09:10PM »
Got it. That's what I thought, but with the lengthening of the 91 lanes, I wondered, if by some miracle....
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Re: 91 express lanes
« Reply #8 on: 05/09/17 09:51AM »
Nope, that's just Riverside County trying to grab more transportation funds.
Got it. That's what I thought, but with the lengthening of the 91 lanes, I wondered, if by some miracle....

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Re: 91 express lanes
« Reply #9 on: 05/19/17 01:52PM »
Walked into the OCTA office in Orange...signing up in person

1 transponder, just need to be in 3+ lane with bike to get the motorcycle rates and "transponder in a jacket or backpack"

$75 one time fee, then just pay the tolls as needed....no monthly fee

They automatically keep $40 in the account and deduct it as I use it

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