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Path Railroad R3 repeater input frequency?

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I have noticed the Port Authority of NY&NJ (PATH Railroad) have recently added a VHF repeater to their R3 maintenance channel. Finally hearing both sides of the conversation on my scanner. The repeater output frequency is 161.460mhz. PL-107.2

I already checked the FCC database and unable to locate a license for the input frequency.

Question: Anyone know this input repeater frequency?
 
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Not to insult your intelligence but if you haven't already I would check that frequency in the whole state of NJ & NY. It may not be limited to a certain county. The license for it might be statewide.
 
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Who uses the old 1B, 2A etc names for PL/CTCSS tones? :)
 

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If I knew the input frequency I would not be inquiring here. The other channels listed are known to me for decades and not being utilized as the input. So I don't apparently know the frequency!
 
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