MTC Services

On the phone or on the Web, our free 511 service delivers the information you need to get where you want to be and when you want to be there.


Clipper is the Bay Area’s all-in-one transit-fare payment card.


FasTrak® is the smart way to pay your toll on bridges, Express Lanes, and even for parking at SFO. FasTrak makes it quick and easy—with no need to carry cash.

Express Lanes

Bay Area Express Lanes are carpool lanes. They’re free for carpools, buses, motorcycles and other eligible vehicles. And solo motorists — who choose to pay a toll — can use them, too!

Take Public Transit

AllNighter Service

AllNighter is the late-night and early-morning bus network that serves San Francisco, the East Bay, and Peninsula from approximately midnight to 5AM.

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Clipper Card for Easy Travel

You can use Clipper on 17 Bay Area transit services, including BART, Muni and AC Transit.

We all need less stuff. One-card. All the time.

Order a Clipper card

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Share a Ride


  • Save time in the HOV lane.
  • Discounted tolls. How cool is that?
  • Rewards from 511 and local county agencies.

Carpool and Get Rewarded for Your Commute

Save time in the carpool lane. Save money with discounted bridge tolls and free travel on Express Lanes*. Earn great rewards, too!

*Additional rules apply.

Bike or Walk

Bay Area Bike Share

The new Bike Share bike

Introducing a quick, convenient and enjoyable way to travel around the Bay Area..

Bike the Bay

Riding the Bay Bridge

For the first time in history, pedestrians and cyclists have the chance to travel across the new East Span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.

Ride the Bay Trail

The San Francisco Bay Trail is a 500-mile shoreline walking and bicycling path that will one day encircle the Bay.

Golden Gate Bridge

Enjoy magnificent views and see one of the world's most recognized landmarks up close.


FasTrak for a Faster Commute

You can use your toll tag on all eight Bay Area bridges without stopping at the toll plaza.

Use Express lanes and skip the parking booth line at San Francisco International Airport too.

Sign up for FasTrak® today.

Traveler Information

511 Live traffic map

Current traffic conditions, incidents, and road closures, construction, and more in interactive maps.

Get Bridge Toll Info

State Bridges Cars, motorcycles
all 2 axles
3 axles or more
($1 plus $5 per axle to max. $36)
Antioch $6.00 $16.00 to $36.00
Benicia-Martinez $6.00 $16.00 to $36.00
Carquinez $6.00 $16.00 to $36.00
Dumbarton $6.00 $16.00 to $36.00
Richmond-San Rafael $6.00 $16.00 to $36.00
San Mateo-Hayward $6.00 $16.00 to $36.00
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge Cars, motorcycles
all 2 axles
3 axles or more
($1 plus $5 per axle to max. $36)
5–10 a.m., 3–7 p.m. $7.00 $16.00 to $36.00
All other times $5.00 $16.00 to $36.00
Weekends $6.00 $16.00 to $36.00
Golden Gate Bridge FasTrak® Pay-By-Plate
Cars, motorcycles, 2 axles $7.00 $8.00
3 axles $21.00 $24.00
4 axles $28.00 $32.00
5 axles $35.00 $40.00
6 axles $42.00 $48.00
7 axles or more $49.00 $56.00
Carpools $5.00 n/a

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Payment of tolls on these bridges can be made electronically using FasTrak® Electronic Toll Collection.

Sign up for a FasTrak® account.

High-Occupancy Vehicles

The Bay Area Toll Authority grants reduced-rate passage on the seven state-owned bridges for vehicles classified by it as high-occupancy vehicles that use FasTrak to pay the toll.

The reduced rate rises to $3 from $2.50 on Jan. 1, 2019.

The reduced rate applies only as follows: Monday through Friday between 5 a.m. and 10 a.m. and between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Carpools must use the designated carpool lane with valid FasTrak account.

Two-Bridge Weekday Discount

Beginning Jan. 1, 2019, a 50-cent toll discount will be applied for two-axle vehicles that cross more than one of the state-owned toll bridges during weekday commute hours of 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. To be eligible for this discount, which is applied to the second toll crossing of the day, motorists must pay their tolls with FasTrak.

Carpool Policies at the Golden Gate Bridge