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Locomotion69

MTA Bus Scanner Info

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I am aware that they switched to a trunked system. I have a low end scanner,Radio Shack Pro-94 portable. I believe that they are in the 800-900 frequency range. Can anybody advise on what make/model scanner to buy? Thanks in advance.

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Spying on conversations, are ya?????

 

Freedom of the press, and maybe that's how they find out about incidents that happen.

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I wouldn't call it spying DOB,more like trying to learn the bus talk langauge. I couldn't find it on the MTA website,maybe it is because i am a dysfunctional shopper. Lol@ the subway map shower curtains. I will try my local Radio Shack.

 

On an unrelated note,Is it illegal to practice parallel parking on a school bus at a bus stop? This was in Ridgewood,B 38 line on Stanhope St,there weren't any people waiting for the bus,but I had to wait several times to let traffic go around me,very nerve racking to say the least. :eek: My cdl driving instructor is cool but I think he feels like he owns the roads.

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On an unrelated note,Is it illegal to practice parallel parking on a school bus at a bus stop? This was in Ridgewood,B 38 line on Stanhope St,there weren't any people waiting for the bus,but I had to wait several times to let traffic go around me,very nerve racking to say the least. :eek: My cdl driving instructor is cool but I think he feels like he owns the roads.

 

 

No, long as a bus isn't using the stop.

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