OC Transpo Radio Frequency & Radio Codes
Here is a list radio frequency that OC Transpo uses for their dispatch. Bus operators will only be able to hear from channels 1 through 6.
|1||411.1250||Main Channel (default channel)|
|2||412.1500||Booking and Garage Dispatcher Channel|
|3||410.7875||Select Channel for
mainline routes using Rideau St (see Note), Kanata Local, and Pinecrest Garage Rush Hour
This channel also include route 105(?).
Note: 1, 2, 3, 4, and 7.
|4||411.4375||Select Channel for
mainline routes using Elgin St (see Note), Ottawa East/Gloucester, Ottawa South/South Keys
Local, Merivale Garage Rush Hour Trippers, and standby extras.
This channel also includes routes 306 and 316.
Note: 6, 14, 16, and 18.
|5||410.3875||Select Channel for
mainline crosstown non-Transitway routes (see Note), Nepean Local, Barrhaven Local, and
St. Laurent South Garage Rush Hour Trippers.
This channel also includes route 5
Note: 8, 85, 111, 116, 117, and 118.
|6||411.9375||Select Channel for
mainline Transitway routes/high speed long-distance routes (see Note), Orleans
local, and St. Laurent North Garage Rush Hour Trippers.
This channel also includes route 180(?).
Note: 87, 95, 96, 97, and 99 (runs that interline with route 152).
|10||410.7500||St. Laurent Tunnel|
Radio Codes are used when there are certain situation that is happening. Here are a list that I have heard so far.
Operators on their select channel says their run number then code 6. This code is used when a custumer asks how to get to a destination when the bus operator doesn't know the answer. The operator calls in and the person from Trip Planning will try to answer the question with the most convenient route connections
Sunday, October 17, 2004 07:33:43 PM