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Travelers' Information Stations (TIS), also sometimes called highway advisory radio stations, are low power (typically 10 watt) AM stations licensed to government agencies. They can operate anywhere in the 530-1710 kHz AM band, but most operate on the expanded AM band, 1610-1700 kHz. 
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Only three TIS stations operate on [[1710]] kHz.
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TIS/HAR stations provide tourist information, as well as traffic and emergency information.
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The FCC has a search page for TIS stations: https://www.fcc.gov/media/radio/travelers-information-stations-search

Latest revision as of 12:53, 21 February 2018

Travelers' Information Stations (TIS), also sometimes called highway advisory radio stations, are low power (typically 10 watt) AM stations licensed to government agencies. They can operate anywhere in the 530-1710 kHz AM band, but most operate on the expanded AM band, 1610-1700 kHz.

Only three TIS stations operate on 1710 kHz.

TIS/HAR stations provide tourist information, as well as traffic and emergency information.

The FCC has a search page for TIS stations: https://www.fcc.gov/media/radio/travelers-information-stations-search