Wednesday, February 28, 2007

California Department of Transportation to increase number of Highway Advisory stations

An article in the February 24 edition of the Record-Searchlight (online), by Ryan Sabalow, states that CALTRANS (California Department of Transportation)will be increasing the number of Highway Advisory Radio (HAR) stations in Northeastern California. Specifically, the area
includes Shasta, Trinity, Tehama and Siskiyou counties. Currently, there are 17 units in operation and an additional 8 HAR stations will be added. Although the frequency of 1610 AM (kHz) is mentioned in the article, other frequencies may be used.
Source: Mike Hardester, NC)