Amboy Bus (Plainview)
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|System Name||Educational Bus Transportation (Plainview)|
|System Type||LTR Standard|
|Wide Area Communications Network|
|Network Access Code||?|
|TRBO Color Code|
|Ownership||Educational Bus Transportation|
|Educational Bus Transportation (Plainview) System DB Entry|
|Educational Bus Transportation (Plainview) FCC Info|
|New York Discussion Forum|
Welcome to the Educational Bus Transportation (Plainview) collaboration article, a Trunked Radio System located in Nassau County, New York.
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Amboy Bus filed for bankruptcy and went out of business on June 30, 2014 (https://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/snapshot.asp?privcapid=3768751). Their Long Island operations, operating under Atlantic Bus, were taken over by Educational Bus Transportation.
Amboy Bus is one of several subsidiaries of the parent company Atlantic Express Transportation Group. Others heard by name on the repeater system are K. Corr Bus, which handles Farmingdale Schools and Bethpage, and Raybern Bus Service handling Plainedge and vicinity.
There are no frequencies currently assigned to LCN's 2, 3, 4, 6, 7 or 8. LCN 5 is subject to adjacent channel interference from another station -12.5KHz away at 452.3500MHz. Apparently this interference effects the buses as dispatchers advised drivers when radio repair will be available in order to install filters in their radios.
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