Use the I-580 Express Lanes Through the Tri-Valley

Picture of a FasTrak flex pass, the pass that allows cars in the express lane

The I-580 Express Lanes through Dublin, Livermore and Pleasanton are open. Watch this video to learn how to use the lanes. All users need to have a FasTrak® toll tag. A FasTrak Flex® toll tag is required for carpools, motorcycles and eligible clean air vehicles to use the lanes toll-free. Get yours at

The new I-580 Express Lanes are open through the Tri-Valley (Dublin, Pleasanton, Livermore), providing a new choice for travelers. The I-580 Express Lanes are toll-free for carpools, vanpools, motorcycles, buses and eligible clean-air vehicles (with a green or white sticker) as long as you carry a FasTrak® Flex toll tag set to 2 or 3+. Solo drivers can choose to pay a toll using a FasTrak or FasTrak Flex toll tag to access the lanes for a more reliable trip. Getting your FasTrak toll tag and opening an account is easy at The I-580 lanes feature near continuous access – so drivers can enter and exit at almost any point, providing easy access to and from most local exits. The express lanes operate Monday – Friday from 5am – 8pm (including holidays).

Learn how to use the lanes: watch the I-580 Express Lanes Video.

Who can use the Express Lanes?
Carpools can ride toll-free with a FasTrak Flex tag set to 2 or 3+.
Clean Air Vehicles with the proper sticker (white or green) issued by the California Department of Motor Vehicles can ride toll-free with a FasTrak Flex tag set to 3+.
Motorcycles ride toll-free with a FasTrak Flex tag set to 3+.
Buses with passengers may ride toll-free with a FasTrak Flex tag set to 3+.
Solo drivers pay a fee to use the express lanes during operating hours (M-F 5am-8pm). Solo drivers must either have an active FasTrak toll tag or FasTrak Flex toll tag set to 1. The correct toll will be automatically deducted from your account.

Learn more and sign up to receive express lane updates at and

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