Travel Reference (OH)
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|County||Western Milepost||Eastern Milepost||OSP District||OSP Post|
|Licking||113.37||144.22 (second section)||6||45|
|Muskingum||142.30 (first section)||170.14||7||60|
Preble County is in OSP District 5 and is patrolled by Post 57, located in Dayton.
Montgomery County is in OSP District 5 and is patrolled by Post 57, located in Dayton.
Clark County is in OSP District 5 and is patrolled by Post 12.
Madison County is in OSP District 6 and is patrolled by Post 49, located in West Jefferson.
Local public safety operations for most agencies covering Interstate 70 in Franklin County take place on the Franklin County Public Safety trunked system. Fire departments of interest on the system are the Columbus Fire Department, Norwich Township Fire Department, Prairie Township Fire Department, and MECC departments (6 fire departments sharing one dispatch center). Relevant law enforcement agencies on this sytem are the Franklin County Sheriff's Office and Columbus Police Department. The Reynoldsburg Police Department operates on a conventional UHF frequency.
Franklin County is in OSP District 6 and is patrolled by Posts 49, 21, 45, 23, and 65.
The Violet Township Fire Department, which covers the small portion of Interstate 70 in Fairfield County, is dispatched by MECC on the Franklin County Public Safety system. The Pickerington Police Department and Fairfield County Sheriff are on UHF conventional frequencies.
Fairfield County is in OSP District 6 and is patrolled by Post 23, located in Lancaster.
All Licking County public safety agencies covering I-70 operate on conventional VHF frequencies. The Licking County Sheriff's Office dispatches the Union Township and Kirkersville Police Departments. The West Licking Joint Fire District operates on a high band repeater, and the other departments operate on low band, which is repeated on several high band repeaters throughout the county. The closest repeater to the freeway (158.760) is operated by the Licking Township Fire Company in Jacksontown.
Licking County is in OSP District 6 and is patrolled by Post 45, located near Granville.
Muskingum County Fire Departments are dispatched on and operate primarily on 33.980 (there are several VHF repeaters throughout the county), but are moving towards operating on MARCS. Zanesville police and fire operate on VHF conventional frequencies. The Muskingum County Sheriff's Office operates primarily on Ohio MARCS.
Muskingum County is in OSP District 7 and is patrolled by Post 60, located in Zanesville.
Guernsey County is in OSP District 7 and is patrolled by Post 30, located in Cambridge.
Belmont County is in OSP District 7 and is patrolled by Post 7, located in St. Clairsville.
|County||Southern Milepost||Northern Milepost||OSP District||OSP Post|