Starting November 17
th, BATA will issue follow-up violations for toll notices not paid after cash collection was suspended on the Bay Area’s seven state-owned bridges in March 2020.
Drivers will first get a reminder to pay their toll. They will have 30 days to pay, and then they will receive a 1
st violation notice with no penalty. If they still do not pay their toll, they will receive a 2 nd violation notice, still with no penalty. If they still do not pay their toll, they may have a hold put on their vehicle registration with the California Department of Motor Vehicles.
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Find Your Notice Number
To pay or dispute an invoice, you will need your invoice or violation document. Invoices and violations have unique identification numbers. For violations, the number is in the upper left-hand corner of the document. For invoices, the number is in the upper right-hand corner.
Enter the notice or violation information below to view additional details, pay the amount due, dispute the toll, or transfer the toll to an existing account.
To find out how to enter a license plate number,
Do you have a FasTrak or License Plate Account?
If your account is in good standing, you received this notice because the vehicle was not listed on your account. Follow the instructions below to add the vehicle to your account and transfer the toll. The notice will be dismissed within a few days.
What you need to do next:
Enter your notice information above and your login information below and select "SUBMIT". On the next page, select "FILE DISPUTE". On the Dispute page, select "I am an account holder" as the reason for your dispute. Check the box to add the vehicle to your account. Select "CONTINUE". On the Verification page, review your dispute and select "COMPLETE" to finish.