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Does Anybody Know What Frequency The North Carolina Department Of Transportation Is On For Sampson County?
Im Trying too Get Their Frequencies.
 
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So Which Frequencies do You Usely Hear The Dot Talk On?
All Of Them Or Some Of Them If You Would Email The Frequencies That They Talk On Too Me At justy735@hotmail.com
 

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For some reason the search is not finding any of the threads, but here are the ones I posted in.

http://www.radioreference.com/forums/showthread.php?t=14733

http://www.radioreference.com/forums/showthread.php?t=7444

http://www.radioreference.com/forums/showthread.php?t=26156

In those posts, there are links to maps that DOT had on their website, but they are no longer correct from a redesign of the DOT website. I have the maps saved, but I think they are on another computer. i will post them later this week. They have the district info, which you would use to figure out what freqs to use.
 

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Grog said:
In those posts, there are links to maps that DOT had on their website, but they are no longer correct from a redesign of the DOT website. I have the maps saved, but I think they are on another computer. i will post them later this week. They have the district info, which you would use to figure out what freqs to use.

Is this what you are looking for?

http://www.ncdot.org/IT/engineering_transportation_systems/visualization/graphics/images/division_map/Division_Map_13.pdf

Justy,
I'm sure someone has the frequencies used in Sampson County, I would just put them all in and see which ones are actually in use. I have logged 5 in Div 02. Each mobile radio that I have seen is programmed for all frequencies statewide.
Also, if you have a radio with close call, tune it in when you are stopped at a construction zone. Flaggers make for some interesting communications. If not, search the low 156 mHz band for their handheld radios.
 
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Ok Were Still Not Finding Out The Frequencies That The Dot Still has In Use.
Will Yall Try Too Locate Some Frequencies That Still Is In Use Anybody.
Write me Back On This Forum.
 

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That's a new map for me, thanks. The older maps were handy to print out and store. I'll post them this weekend.
 

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justy said:
Ok Were Still Not Finding Out The Frequencies That The Dot Still has In Use.
Will Yall Try Too Locate Some Frequencies That Still Is In Use Anybody.
Write me Back On This Forum.
We posted the freqs, and links to discussions of what they are using. Remember, they are not always going to be talking unless it's snowing, and some antennas just don't pick up lo-band signals that well.
 

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And as I have brought up before Justy how about putting in some effort yourself and searching for frequencies in use in your area??? I was not spoonfed info when I started out in this hobby years and years ago..your repeated requests in every post you make for people to email you info or spoonfeed you info is getting tired....program in the frequencies linked above and find out which ones are active in your area...it is not that difficult....gonna close this thread so that maybe it will give you the chance to actually use the SEARCH & SCAN features on your radio :cool:
Happy Monitoring!
Marshall KE4ZNR
 
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