MTC's Freeway Service Patrol comes to the rescue of Bay Area drivers

Have you ever been driving on a Bay Area freeway and run out of gas before getting to a nearby station? Or maybe your vehicle broke down or you got a flat tire?

More often than not, the Bay Area Freeway Service Patrol will be there to help. The Freeway Service Patrol is a fleet of roving tow trucks with drivers looking for collisions and clearing dangerous materials from the road to make Bay Area freeways safer and run more smoothly.

Operated through a partnership between MTC, the California Highway Patrol and Caltrans, also provides free, non-emergency assistance to motorists during peak traffic hours, such as helping drivers with a gallon of gas, a jump-starting a battery or refilling a radiator.

Learn more about the Freeway Service Patrol.

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