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Old 12-08-2012, 2:28 AM
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Default Ga dept of Transportation freq

Anybody have the frequencies to the road dept cant find them in ga database
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GDOT took out almost all of their radios from the vehicles and replaced them with Southern Linc and cell phones.
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GDOT took out almost all of their radios from the vehicles and replaced them with Southern Linc and cell phones.
Is this still the case? Any use of a radio system(s) at all?

What about Emergency Management?

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Is this still the case? Any use of a radio system(s) at all?

What about Emergency Management?

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Last I heard both are still on Southern Linc.

Unsure if any legacy equipment is in reserve for emergency use.

Several counties still have FCC licenses for VHF low band EMA state net - unsure if any regular tests are ever conducted.
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Last I heard both are still on Southern Linc.

Unsure if any legacy equipment is in reserve for emergency use.

Several counties still have FCC licenses for VHF low band EMA state net - unsure if any regular tests are ever conducted.
Thank you! Updating my "on road" list which consisits of Highway Patrol, DOT, & EMA, and select other comms only.
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