Ministry of Highways and Transportation

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The Ministry of Transportation and Highways runs an extensive radio network across the province of BC. Each repeater is connected to a trunk type system linked via the commercial telephone system.

Frequency's

The repeaters on the network use a standard set of output frequencies across the province. Punch all of these into your receiver and you are almost guaranteed to hear something:

143.295Mhz
143.415Mhz
143.445Mhz
143.895Mhz

142.995Mhz * This frequency is used in some locations as well.
153.740Mhz * This frequency is used for bridge patrol in the Vancouver lower mainland 

Maps

Below we have some maps of the MOT radio system in PDF format

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