Toll Roads and Uber
Often, while on a trip, toll roads in the Southern California area are used to get passengers safely to their destination.
While on a trip, driver-partners are responsible for paying the toll to the Toll Roads. When the trip ends, tolls are automatically billed to the passenger and driver-partners will be reimbursed on the weekly pay statement.
NOTE: It’s important to remember that you will not be reimbursed for tolls while you are not on a trip with a rider, even if you are en route to their pick up location.
How do I pay for tolls?
There are two ways you can pay for tolls. The first way is to make a one-time online payment at www.thetollroads.com without an account within 5 days. The second option is to set up an online account or physical transponder account with the Toll Roads at www.thetollroads.com.
Which toll roads are eligible for reimbursement?
Partners will be reimbursed for tolls on Toll Roads 73, 125, 133, 241 or 261.
Riders will not be charged and driver-partners will not be reimbursed for tolls on the optional high occupancy vehicle lane on the 110 freeway.
While many riders prefer to use the Toll Roads, some do not. It’s best practice to confirm with your rider and let them know that they will be billed for the toll.