Update: Eagle County Transit Talk Groups

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I received a submission to update some of the Eagle County talk groups - most to add specifics on some transit operations. I am pretty sure that TG 3982 mentioned in the submission is actually 3984 but I am confirming that right now.

TG 2928 change to Vail Transit Bus Operations
TG 3760 change to Avon Transit Bus Operations
TG 3792 delete; not used for transit
TG 3982 change to Eagle County Regional Transportation Authority (ECO Transit) Bus Operations

They look like good updates to me. Comments?
 

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anyone else churp in
in basalt area, the 860.9625 cc is no longer valid-or displayed( the crown mtn site) it switched to th secondary 859.7265 cc-expired freq????
 
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401402 said:
anyone else churp in
in basalt area, the 860.9625 cc is no longer valid-or displayed( the crown mtn site) it switched to th secondary 859.7265 cc-expired freq????
What site # are you referring too Ron? DTRS or Eagle 800?

Jim<
 

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i must have been too tired jim
sorry folks
it was the eagle 800 site
 

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Eagle 800 Rebanded

I've noticed that several sites have swapped frequencies. I'm hoping to straighten out the DB this weekend. They were discussing getting the rebanding done a couple of weeks ago. Suspect it's related to rebanding. Most have just moved down slightly.

I hope to map several of the sites shortly.

Chuck
 

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It looks like most, if not all, of their control channels wound up in the expansion band and they probably elected to receive new frequencies for those. The remainder of the frequencies will stay the same. This would make the most sense if the control channels have all left the 860.xxxx frequencies.

Let us know what you find, Chuck!
 
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