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  • State Radio Project Status Update


    After years of planning, the State Radio Project team is systematically cutting over, or transitioning, radio users in the trunked coverage area of the state from the current VHF analog radio system to the new digital trunked radio communications system.
    On Sept. 28, the team began to transition ODOT and Oregon State Police radio communications systems in the Santiam Pass area along Oregon 22 and U.S. 20 from separate VHF channels to individual simulcast radio systems for each agency in preparation for the next trunked system cutover. 
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The Oregon Department of Transportation’s State Radio Project is replacing aging public safety communications systems statewide. Focused on repairs and modernization, the project is upgrading the existing radio systems for ODOT and the Oregon State Police to create an integrated statewide network and to allow for shared efficiencies with other users of the radio system.
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