Help ID RTD Unknowns?

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jimmnn

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10051 RTD Denver All-Call
10058 RTD Radio Service
10059
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10069
10070 RTD Boulder Area service trucks
10072 RTD Denver Area service trucks
10073 RTD Light Rail Ch-2 Operations
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10076 RTD Light Rail Ch-3 Yard
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10078 RTD Light Rail Maint
10079 RTD Light Rail Ch-1 Operations
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10089 RTD Coach Base
10090 RTD Bus Mechanics
10091 RTD Operations
10092 RTD Accident Reporting Ch-1
10093 RTD Accident Reporting Ch-2
10094 First Transit (Boulder County RTD)
10095 First Transit (Boulder County RTD)
10096 RTD Security Ch-1
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10098 RTD Security Ch-2
10100 RTD Security Ch-3 Tac

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Holy Cow 10094 RTD First Transit Boulder needs MDT's almost constant voice traffic on DTRS pick ups, cancels etc, what a way to tie up the state system.

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Holy Cow 10094 RTD First Transit Boulder needs MDT's almost constant voice traffic on DTRS pick ups, cancels etc, what a way to tie up the state system.

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TG 10094 is also good for them hitting there emergency button and takes them awhile for them to unclear it.
 

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Here's what I've got from listening to RTD Security. The names in quotes are what the channel has been called over the air.

10096 - "SEC" or "Channel 1" (Dispatch/Primary)
10097 - "TAC 2"
10098 - "TAC 1"
10100 - "TAC 3" (commonly used as a car to car or incident channel)

Also, if anybody is interested, here's what I've decoded for their callsigns:

Robert - Light Rail Security
Mary - Mobile Security Patrol
Sam - Security Supervisors
Paul - Denver Police Transit Detail
Frank - RTD Fare Inspectors
Union - Unarmed Contract Guards (Twin City Security Guards at stationary posts)
Tom - Unknown
Adam - Administrative
 

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Here's what I've got from listening to RTD Security. The names in quotes are what the channel has been called over the air.

10096 - "SEC" or "Channel 1" (Dispatch/Primary)
10097 - "TAC 2"
10098 - "TAC 1"
10100 - "TAC 3" (commonly used as a car to car or incident channel)


Is 10099 security also, logged it today.

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Here's what I've got from listening to RTD Security. The names in quotes are what the channel has been called over the air.

10096 - "SEC" or "Channel 1" (Dispatch/Primary)
10097 - "TAC 2"
10098 - "TAC 1"
10100 - "TAC 3" (commonly used as a car to car or incident channel)


Is 10099 security also, logged it today.

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I'm not sure...I've never heard anything on it. Logically, it seems like that would be the case but I guess I'll have to park on it for awhile to find out for sure.
 

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I camped out on 10099 since the 22nd. I caught someone saying "fourteen" once but thats the only thing I've ever heard on the TG. I'll keep it locked on, but so far no hints as to what it might be used for.
 
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