Operational And Technical Interconnection Of The European Railway System

Original Language Title: Provozní a technická propojenost evropského železničního systému

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352/2004 Sb.



DECREE



of 20 December. May 2004



on the operational and technical interconnection of the European railway system



377/2006: Sb.



326/2011: Sb.



2/2014: Sb.



The Department of transportation shall determine pursuant to section 66 paragraph 1. 1 of the law No. 266/1994 Coll.

on rail, as amended by Act No. 23/2000 Coll. and Act No. 103/2004 Coll.

(hereinafter referred to as the "Act") for the implementation of § 3a paragraph 2. 1, § 49a para. 4 and § 49d

paragraph. 1 of the Act:



PART THE FIRST



INTRODUCTORY PROVISIONS



§ 1



The subject of the edit



(1) this Decree incorporates the relevant provisions of the European Union ^ 1) and

laying down technical requirements for interoperability, structural components

and operating the subsystems of the European railway system, as well as on the

their design and operating conditions, manner of keeping registers of a part of the

railways and rolling stock subsystems and the information contained therein.



(2) "Rail vehicle" for the purposes of this order means a railway

the vehicle is eligible for use on the railways of the European railway system.



PART TWO



TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR INTEROPERABILITY OF COMPONENTS AND SUBSYSTEMS

THE EUROPEAN RAILWAY SYSTEM



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§ 2



The track and rolling stock of the conventional rail system



(1) the conventional rail system shall comprise the following types of pathways and

their structural components:



and intended for personal) transport,



(b)) of the runway intended for freight,



(c)) of the runway intended for mixed traffic (passengers and freight),



d) stations and terminals, passenger transport,



(e)) including freight terminals terminals among species

transport and



(f)) of the track linking the above types of railway track connecting to each other and

the above types of railways stations and terminals, passenger and freight

transport.



(2) the rolling stock of the conventional rail system includes rolling stock

vehicles that are capable of running on conventional rail systems

the railway system, in particular the



and motor or electric cars) and self-propelled units,



b) motor or electric locomotives,



(c)) special vehicles designed for the maintenance, repair and reconstruction

railways or for the control of the State Railways and the removal of consequences of extraordinary

events



(d) passenger transport and cars)



(e) freight including cars) rolling stock designed for

transport of road vehicles.



(3) each of the types of rolling stock in accordance with paragraph 2 shall be further divided

on



and) rolling stock for international railway transport and



(b)) rolling stock for national rail transport.



§ 3



The track and rolling stock of the high-speed rail system



(1) high-speed rail system consists of:



and the track built for the operation), reaching a speed of at least 250 km/h,



(b)) of the track upgraded for operation reaching speeds greater than 200

km/h and



c) upgraded runway facilities connected to the runway under subparagraphs) and (b)), to which the

traffic does not reach the speed of 200 km/h, in particular due to technical, operational

and geographic reasons, including connecting lines between lanes

high-speed and conventional rail system, transits

stations and access to the terminals.



(2) the rolling stock of the high-speed rail system includes

rolling stock



and with a speed in excess of 300) km/h if they are constructed for the operation of the

on rail systems referred to in paragraph 1 (b). and)



b) reaching speed of at least 200 km/h on the rail systems referred to in

paragraph 1 and



(c) the speed of 200 km/h) below if they meet the requirements of the relevant

technical specifications of interoperability ^ 15) for safe operation

the rolling stock in the high-speed rail system and are

operated on rail systems referred to in paragraph 1.



§ 4



The basic parameters of the European railway system



(1) the technical documentation of the construction of the track, the technical conditions

the technological equipment of the transport route of the track or technical conditions

the rolling stock shall identify the basic parameters for interoperability. If

provides technical specifications for the interoperability of ^ 15), basic

parameters for achieving interoperability are:



and) loading gauge,



(b) a minimum curve radius of the track),



c) track gauge,



d) maximum load Rails



minimum platform length (e)),



f) height platform,



g) supply voltage of overhead contact line,



h) geometry of overhead contact lines,



I) properties of the European rail traffic management system (referred to in the

abbreviated as "ERTMS"),



j) mass per axle,



k) the maximum train length,



l) static and kinematic gauge rolling stock,



m) minimum braking characteristics,



n) limit values for electric rolling stock



about) the limit of the mechanical values for rolling stock



p) operating characteristics associated with the safety of train traffic,



q) limit values for the external noise,



r) limit values for external vibration,



with) the limit values for electromagnetic interference,



t) limit values for interior noise,



u) limit values for air conditioning,



in the conditions of transport) ensuring people with reduced mobility

and orientation.



(2) the basic parameters of the part of the interoperability constituents and the subsystems used

in the European rail system must ensure perfect compatibility

the properties of the transport route of the track with the characteristics of the rolling stock and

secure on the lines of the European rail system smoothly and

safe operation of railway transport, the required level of performance and

quality of service with reasonable cost for the operation of railways

and railway transport.



§ 5



The interoperability of the European railway system



(1) for the European rail network, you can use only those components of the pathways,

to ensure perfect compatibility of technical characteristics

the transport route of the track with the technical characteristics of the used

rolling stock, including the cabin part of all concerned

the subsystems.



(2) each component of the interoperability constituents may be



and used only in the case of), if their technical characteristics

allow you to achieve the interoperability of the European railway system,

at the same time meeting the essential requirements on the design and operating

the properties referred to in part III of the Ordinance,



b) installed and maintained in accordance with the provisions of the technical

specifications of interoperability.



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§ 6



Subsystems



(1) the European rail system is divided into subsystems



and) in structural areas:



1. road transport (hereinafter referred to as "infrastructure"),



2. energy,



3. track control and security



4. the onboard control and security



5. rolling stock



(b)) in the operational areas:



1. the operation of railways, and the Organization of railway transport,



2. maintenance,



3. use of the integration of transmission and processing of data and related information

(hereinafter referred to as "telematics") in passenger and freight transport.



(2) an overview of the technical standards and other documents that contain

requirements for the design and the assessment of conformity of subsystems and components

interoperability of the rail system and which cover criteria

technical characteristics, test methods and specifications of the products are

listed in the regulations of the European Union on the technical specifications

interoperability ^ 15).



§ 7



Description of the subsystems



(1) the subsystems of the European railway system in the structural area

include



and infrastructure, railway), uppers and buildings,

i.e.. in particular, the track Rails, sleepers, turnouts, special design and

structural elements, engineering construction, for example. bridges, tunnels, related

the station infrastructure, for example. platforms, access routes, including

facilities for persons with reduced mobility,

safety and protective devices, e.g.. fencing, railings,

noise barriers,



(b) electrical power) energy containing equipment including overhead

leadership and the track part of the measurement of electric energy consumption,

the conditions of the supply systems and the supply of electricity and other energy



c) line control, IE. all stable equipment necessary

to ensure communication between traffic management and train personnel to

ensure the safe operation of railways and railway transport, as well as to

control and management of the movement of trains authorised to travel along the path,



d) on-board, i.e. Management and security. all of the devices on rolling stock

the vehicles necessary to ensure the security, management and control of movement

vehicles authorised to travel along the path,



e) rolling stock, which includes design,

systems of control and management of all the devices on the rolling stock,

current collectors, traction units and energy conversion units, onboard

equipment for the measurement of electric energy consumption, braking, coupling and

rolling mechanisms (bogies, axles, etc.) and suspension, doors thereof

vehicles, man-machine interface (such as the interface between the person control

rolling stock, train crew and passengers, including devices for

persons with reduced mobility), passive or active

safety devices in vehicles, and measures for the protection of the health

passengers and train crew.



(2) the subsystems of the European railway system in the operational area

include




and organizing and) the operation of railway transport, that

subsystem consists of two elements:



1. the procedures and the equipment used to enable continuous

the activities of the different structural subsystems, both during ordinary, so

the emergency operation of the system, particularly in the planning, organization, and

traffic management,



2. the competence of the rail operator and the competence of the

the rail transport operators,



(b)), consisting of maintenance procedures, associated equipment,

logistics departments for maintenance, including provisions allowing for the compulsory

corrective and preventive maintenance to ensure uptime and

interoperability of the rail system and to guarantee the desired

performance,



(c)), telematic applications, this subsystem comprises two elements:



1. utilization of passenger transport, in particular the operation of systems providing

passengers with information before and after the journey, reservation and payment

systems, track, organize and control the transport of luggage,

provision of building connections between trains and with other modes of transport,



2. use in freight transport, in particular the operation of information systems

for the monitoring of cargo and train marshalling, reservation systems,

payment and billing systems, securing the continuity of transport with

other modes of transport, production and transmission of electronic

the accompanying documents.



PART THREE



THE BASIC REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DESIGN AND OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS



TITLE I OF THE



GENERAL REQUIREMENTS



§ 8



Safety



(1) the design, construction, installation, maintenance, as well as the tracking part of

critical for safety, especially the part related to the driving

the train, must guarantee safety at the level corresponding to the objectives

laid down in the technical specifications of interoperability ^ 15) for

subsystem, including the targets set for emergencies, taking

respect the requirements of the national systems.



(2) the parameters involved in the wheel/rail contact must meet the

the stability requirements needed in order to guarantee safe driving up to the highest

speed, especially in terms of the correct function of the alarm

equipment and allowable values of mutual interference. Parameters for the braking

the device must be capable of stopping the train in the fixed length of the braking

distance ^ 16) even at the maximum authorized speed.



(3) the components Used must withstand any normal or exceptional

stress, which is assumed in the course of time, including facing the

the effects of any random failures.



(4) the construction of part of the track and rolling stock and the choice of fuel mix

materials must be aimed at limiting the generation, propagation and effects of fire and

smoke in case of fire.



(5) all devices designed to manipulate the user must be designed

so that even in the event of use in a way that is not in accordance with the

published guidance, disturb the safe operation of equipment or

the safety and health of users.



§ 9



Reliability and availability



The monitoring and maintenance of fixed or movable components related to

train movements must be organised, carried out and secured in such a

in a way, that the operation of these components still under the conditions

specified in the technical documentation.



§ 10



Safety and health protection



(1) materials, which follows their use may represent

threat to the health and safety of persons having access to them must not be

the structure of the rolling stock and the track components use. ^ 6)



(2) materials used on rolling stock and components of track must

be selected, deployed and used in such a way as to limit the

the emission of harmful and dangerous fumes or gases, particularly in the case of

fire.



§ 11



Protection of the environment



(1) in the design stage of the system is necessary in accordance with the Special

the law ^ 7) assess the impact of the establishment and operation of the European

the rail system on the environment.



(2) materials used on rolling stock and components of track must

prevent the emission of fumes or gases which are for the environment

harmful and dangerous.



(3) the rolling stock and energy-supply systems must be designed and

manufactured in such a way as to meet the requirements of the electromagnetic

^ 8) compatibility with the installations, equipment and public infrastructure or

private networks.



(4) during the operation of the European railway system must be complied with

set out the limits of annoyance under special legislation. ^ 9)



(5) Leaks fluid out of the rolling stock to the space

rail and emissions from internal combustion engines driving the rolling

vehicles may not exceed the specified limits.



(6) the operation of the European rail system must not in proper State

the rolling stock and infrastructure maintenance in the circuit and cause

runway protection zone, exceeding the allowable values of the vibration

the man in the workplace, in buildings used for the residence of persons and

the total vertical vibration frequency of less than 0.5 Hz set out

under special legislation. ^ 9)



§ 12



Technical compatibility



(1) the technical characteristics of the part of the track must be compatible

each other, as well as with the technical characteristics of the rolling stock,

to be used in the European rail system. Technical

the characteristics of the rolling stock used is necessary to adapt

technical characteristics of the part of the track, if this is not a new

the construction of the runway or its reconstruction, which will allow the operation of components

new vehicles.



(2) If, for technical or economic reasons, to achieve

compatibility with the technical characteristics to certain sections of the

the European rail network as is necessary to make temporary

Administrative and technical measures to enable the operation of the European

rail system and to ensure compatibility at the earliest reconstruction

or modernisation, while respecting the requirements of the systems on the territory of the

Of the Czech Republic.



§ 12a



The accessibility of the



(1) the subsystems infrastructure, rolling stock, operation and

Organization of rail transport and telematics in transport include

measures for the prevention and removal of barriers to the access of persons with

disabled persons and persons with reduced mobility

to the transport services for the transport of persons and ensure their equal access to

to these services.



(2) the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 shall be for the subsystems infrastructure and

rolling stock completed in accordance with the technical specifications

interoperability in their design, construction, maintenance, renovation,

modernisation and operation. In the case of the operation subsystem and

Organization of rail transport are the requirements referred to in paragraph 1, contained in the

the internal regulations of the rail operator and the carrier.



TITLE II



THE SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR EACH SUBSYSTEM



section 13 of the



Infrastructure



(1) each accessible element on the route of the track, designed to ensure

the safe operation of railways and railway transport, must be secured against

illegal access or intrusion by unauthorised persons.



(2) in the stations and stops, intended for the transport of persons, it is necessary

take measures to limit the dangers to which persons are exposed to

especially when the movement of rolling stock.



(3) the buildings and spaces on the route of the track, where the public has

access must be so designed and constructed as to limited the possible

threat to people in terms of stability of constructions, fire, access, evacuation

people and the like. ^ 10)



(4) in the tunnels and bridges with a length of more than 500 m must be taken

measures in the interest of respecting the specific safety conditions

(such as the lighting, escape routes, emergency evacuation

plans).



§ 14



Energy



(1) the operation of the energy-supply systems must not interfere with the safety on the track

the operation of railways and railway transport, as well as the safety of those present

passengers, shippers, as well as the employees and third parties in the protection

zone of the track.



(2) operation of electrical supply systems or heat energy or fuels

may not cause the limits of distortion of the crossing

environment stipulated by special legislation. ^ 11)



(3) supply systems Used electrical and thermal energy must

to ensure technical compatibility and allow rolling stock

to achieve the specified performance levels.



(4) used electric traction power supply systems must be

compatible with the defined parameters of electric drive vehicles including

the conditions of cooperation with their pantographs traction direction.



§ 15



Management and security



(1) the management, communication, control and safety equipment used

the procedures must enable trains to ride on the level of safety which

corresponds to the objectives set for the European rail system (ERTMS).

Control systems, control, communication, signalling and security must

ensure safe movement of trains, which is allowed under the

abnormal conditions of the replacement or emergency traffic management.



(2) all new components and all new rolling stock


manufactured or assembled after the approval of compatible management systems,

communications, signalling equipment and signalling must be adapted to the

for the use of these systems. No device must not interfere with the safe

the activity of the management, control and security devices.



(3) the management, communication, control and command and signalling equipment installed

at the people control rolling stock must

operating conditions allow normal operations throughout the European

the railway system, while respecting the requirements of the national systems.



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The operation of the



(1) the adaptation of the rules of operation of railways, operating rules

railway transport and the adaptation of professional competence of people management

rolling stock, train crew and staff management of railway transport

in the internal regulations of the rail operator and the carrier must be such

in order to ensure the safe operation of railways and railway transport, and was

ensure the operating efficiency of the European railway system, taking

respect the different requirements of international and national transport.



(2) activities and intervals of training and competence of employees

the train crew, employees, management and the employees of the railway transport

part of the track maintenance and the maintenance and quality assurance system of work

determined by the operators concerned for the management and maintenance of the workplace

must reliably provide the level of security of the system provided for in

technical specifications of interoperability. Phase and the maintenance activities

training and competence of the train crew employees, employees

management of railway transport and the maintenance of employees part of the runway and the system

quality assurance of work established by the relevant operator for the

the management of the workplace and workplace maintenance must ensure a level of

reliability and usability of the system laid down in the technical

specifications of interoperability.



(3) the adaptation of the rules of operation of railway transport and the adaptation of

professional competence of the train crew employees, employees of the management

railway transport and maintenance employees and control of rolling stock must

to ensure the reliability and usability of the vehicles provided for in

technical specifications of interoperability in order to achieve operational

the effectiveness of the European rail system, while respecting the different

the requirements of international and national transport.



The rolling stock of the European railway system



§ 17



(1) the rolling stock for passenger transport including the transition between vehicles

must be dealt with in such a way that the passenger compartments and spaces

for the management of protected in the case of railway accidents.



(2) no device must not interfere with safe operation of the management,

control and security devices on the rolling stock.



(3) the Systems of brake devices, methods of braking and the stress must

be compatible with the design of the tracks, artificial constructions of the railway

the bottom and signalling system.



(4) the unobstructed access to low-powered electric shock and

high voltage on the rolling stock must be designed to prevent or

redesigned so that they do not endanger the safety of persons.



(5) in the event of danger, devices must enable passengers

inform the person managing rolling stock of the danger and the members of the

the train crew must allow these devices to establish a connection with a person

control of rail vehicle.



(6) the doors of the vehicle designated for the loading and unloading of passengers must have

built-in system of opening and closing of guaranteeing safety

passengers.



(7) in the rail vehicle for personal transportation must be available for emergency

exits which must be clearly identified as such.



(8) for rolling stock operating in tunnels with a length of 1000 m and

more appropriate measures must be laid down, taking into account the specific

the safety conditions of an incident in the tunnel.



(9) on rolling stock for passenger transport is required, the emergency

lighting system with sufficient intensity and time of operation.



(10) the Trains are fitted with recording equipment. Requirements for harmonisation

information obtained by using this device and the processing of information from

This equipment shall establish appropriate technical specifications

interoperability.



(11) trains for passenger transport must be equipped with a communication system

ensuring communication and train crew management body of railway transport

passengers.



(12) trains for passenger transport must be equipped with established

fire protection means.



section 18



(1) the front window at the people control rolling stock must be

fitted with safety glass conforming to the safety requirements for

specified design speed of the vehicle.



(2) construction of the operationally important the running, traction and braking equipment

device, system control and control of the rolling stock must be dealt with

in it, so the specific failure situations allow kolejovému

the vehicle to continue driving without being adversely affected by the

devices that remain operational.



(3) electrical equipment for rolling stock book shall be compatible with the

the activities of the management, control and security devices. Electric

heating and air conditioning of the rolling stock for passenger transport, with the exception

historical vehicles must be designed for electric power

the energy of a running train laid down voltage.



(4) electric traction Vehicles must have electric current collectors

constructed so as to allow for a ride in the use of energy supplies in the

traction system on which it will be used.



(5) the design and operating characteristics of the rolling stock must be

such that the allowed on each track, which is the operation of

vehicles allowed.



(6) an overview of the technical operating requirements for design

rolling stock included in the technical specifications

interoperability, as stipulated in annex of this order.



§ 19



Maintenance



(1) the technical installations and the procedures prescribed to employees carrying out

maintenance must ensure the safe operation of the subsystem and not cause

threats to human health and safety at work.



(2) the technical installations and the procedures used by workplace maintenance must not

exceed the permitted levels of distortion of the surrounding environment.



(3) the equipment for maintenance of the rolling stock must be such as to

allow the implementation of activities relating to the provision of

trouble-free safe operation of the vehicle, the safety of operation

railways and railway transport, health and hygiene conditions and comfortable

conditions of carriage on all rolling stock, in the

the construction of these functions was considered.



section 20



The use of telematic applications for freight and passengers of the European railway

System



(1) the essential requirements on the use of telematics is to guarantee the required

the level of quality of passenger transport for passengers and freight

the carrier and the shipper, particularly with regard to technical compatibility.



(2) it is necessary to ensure that



and database programs) and procedures for the transmission of data related

with shipping and transport have been developed in a way to preserve what

the biggest exchange of data between users for different uses, with

except for confidential data and business,



b) access of users to access was easy.



(3) the methods of use, management, updating and maintenance of databases, programs

and procedures that protect the transmission of data must guarantee the reliability of the

These systems and create conditions for optimum decision-making on

processes in transport and transport.



(4) the Interfaces between these systems and users must comply with the rules

ergonomics and health. ^ 12)



(5) For storing and transmitting information relating to the safety

or having the nature of a trade secret must be secured

the necessary level of integrity and reliability of the transmission and archiving of these

information.



PART FOUR



MANNER OF KEEPING REGISTERS OF A PART OF THE TRACKS AND ROLLING STOCK SUBSYSTEMS

THE EUROPEAN RAIL SYSTEM AND THE INFORMATION SET OUT THEREIN



section 21



(1) the registers shall indicate the main features of each

subsystem or part subsystem related (basic parameters) and

their relationship to the characteristics provided for reference

technical specifications of interoperability.



(2) the information that must be included in the registers of the subsystems and

rolling stock classified, are listed in the technical specifications

interoperability.



(3) the register of rolling stock used on the national or

regional is kept in the manner prescribed by the decisions of the European Union

governing the common specifications of the national vehicle registry ^ 17) and

contains the information contained in them.



PART FIVE



COMMON AND FINAL PROVISIONS



section 22



(1) Components and subsystems of the European railway interoperability

the system must be in accordance with the



the technical specifications for interoperability) ^ 15) if they have been issued,



b) harmonised Czech technical standards, or foreign


the technical standards adopted pursuant to the Member States of the European Union

harmonised European standards ^ 5), are not technical specifications

interoperability, or



(c) the applicable standards) ^ 5) including Czech or foreign technical

standards or regulations of the International Union of railways in the case that the

the relevant areas of technical specifications for interoperability or

harmonised technical standards exist.



(2) the provisions of this Ordinance shall not affect the set components

track ^ 13) and without prejudice to the rules for the operation of railways, the rules for

operation of railway transport, technical conditions and requirements of each

types of pathways, the scope and conditions of technical safety inspections and

trial operation of buildings, the way and the conditions of the approval of the technical

the eligibility of the rolling stock and the conditions for the design, manufacture and

the operation of designated technical devices and their instantiations as set out

special legislation. ^ 14)



(3) the Operational components of the pathway and operationally capable of rolling stock

the vehicle used in the European rail system, put into operation

before the effective date of relevant technical specifications of interoperability

whose operational capacity was explored under the former regulations,

shall be construed as a device that is approved by the technical competence to

operation. Interoperability components and subsystems of the European railway

the system shall be in accordance with the provisions of the technical specifications

interoperability ^ 15) within the deadlines laid down in them.



(4) until the effectiveness of the technical specifications of interoperability

setting out the information that must be included in the registers of a part of the

subsystems railways ^ 18) and rolling stock ^ 17), in the part of the registry

subsystems railways shall indicate the information relating to the parameters of the transport route

the track in accordance with § 4 para. 1 and to the register of rolling stock details according to §

21, art. 3.



Article 23 of the



The effectiveness of the



This Decree shall enter into force on 1 January 2000. July 2004.



Minister:



Ing. Šimonovský in r.



XIII.



An overview of the technickoprovozních design requirements

rolling stock included in the technical specifications

interoperability



1. General documentation



General documentation (including descriptions of the new, renovated or

the modernised rolling stock and its intended use, as well as

documentation on the vehicle, repair, operation and maintenance).



2. Design and mechanical parts



The status of the connection between the rolling stock (including towing gear, and

bumpers, transition jumpers), strength of construction vehicles and equipment

(for example, seats), load capacity, passive safety (including internal and

external resistance to impact).



3. Interaction with the rails and rolling stock outline



Mechanical interface to the infrastructure (including static and

dynamic behavior, will and save, breaking up and running gear).



4. The braking equipment



Items related to the braking system (including the WSP,

brake control and efficiency in the operation of the brakes, emergency and parking

modes).



5. Items concerning passenger



Facilities for passengers and the environment for the passengers (including doors and Windows

for passengers, air conditioning, sanitary equipment and requirements

relating to persons with reduced mobility).



6. Environmental and aerodynamic effects



The influence of the environment on the rolling stock and the influence of the vehicle on the surrounding

environment (including the aerodynamic conditions and how the interface between the vehicle

and parts of the rail system, the interface between the vehicle and the

the surrounding environment).



7. requirements for outdoor information systems, functions and

the integrity of the software



Outdoor information panels, labels, the integrity of the software and features

with the impact of safety related to the operation of the train, including the

the communication system of the train.



8. The on-board power supply and control systems



On-board propulsion, power and control systems, including the interface between the

rail vehicle and power supply infrastructure and all aspects of the

electromagnetic compatibility.



9. Devices, interfaces and environment for employees



The on-board equipment, interface, working conditions and environment for

employees (including the engine driver's cabs and the interface between an engine driver and

the machine).



10. Fire safety and evacuation



11. On-board device and interface for services (including information

equipment, air conditioning and audiovisual techniques)



12. The on-board control-command



All on-board equipment necessary to ensure safety and to control the

and motion control of the rolling stock and its effects on the trackside part

the rail system.



13. Special requirements for operation



Specific requirements for the operation of rolling stock (including traffic

adverse weather conditions and recovery vehicles).



14. the entries in respect of cargo



Items related to the cargo and the environment (including the Special

equipment necessary for the transport of dangerous goods). ".



Selected provisions of the novel



Article. (II) Decree No. 326/2011 Coll.



Transitional provisions



(1) information about the rolling stock put into service before the date of the acquisition of

the effectiveness of this Ordinance shall be in the registry of vehicles shall be kept in the range

pursuant to § 21 para. 3 Decree No. 352/2004 Coll., in the version in force from the date of

entry into force of this Decree, no later than from 1. January 2012.



(2) approval of the rolling stock, which was initiated prior to the date of acquisition

the effectiveness of this Ordinance, shall be completed according to the existing legislation.



1) European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/57/EC of 17 May 1999. June

2008 on the interoperability of the rail system within the community.



Commission directive 2009/132/EC of 16 December 2002. October 2009 amending

Annex VII to the directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/57/EC on the

interoperability of the rail system within the community.



Commission directive 2011/18/EU of 1. March 2011, amending

annexes II, V and VI of the directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/57/EC on the

interoperability of the rail system within the community.



Commission Directive 2013/9/EU of 11. in December 2006, amending

Annex III to European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/57/EC on the

interoperability of the rail system within the community.



2) the communication from the Ministry of transport no. 111/2004 Coll., on the enumeration of railway

tracks listed in the European rail system.



5) Section 4a of the Act No. 22/1997 Coll. on technical requirements for products and on the

amendments to certain laws, as amended by Act No. 205/2002 Coll.



6) § 3 of the law No. 102/2001 Coll. on general product safety and amending

Some laws (law on general product safety), as amended by law

No. 146/2002 Coll. and Act No. 277/2003 Coll.



7) for example, Act No. 100/2001 Coll. on environmental impact assessment

environment and amending some related laws (Act on the assessment of

effects on the environment), Act 50/1976 Coll., on urban planning

and the building code (the building Act), as amended, the law

No. 114/1992 Coll., on nature and landscape protection, as amended

regulations.



8) Government Regulation No. 18/2003 Coll. laying down technical requirements

the products in terms of their electromagnetic compatibility.



9) Government Regulation No. 502/2000 Coll., on the protection of health from the adverse

effects of noise and vibration, as amended by regulation of the Government No. 88/2004 Coll.



10) for example, Act No. 50/1976 Coll., as amended,

Decree 246/2001 Coll. laying down conditions of fire safety and

the performance of State Fire supervision (Decree on fire prevention).



11) Act 86/2002 Coll., on the protection of air and amending certain other

laws (law on the protection of the atmosphere), as amended by Act No. 521/2002 Coll.

Act No. 92/2004 Coll.



12) section 11 and 12 of regulation of the Government No. 178/2001 Coll. laying down

the terms of protection of the health of workers at work, as amended by regulation of the Government

No 523/2002 Sb.



13) section 9 of Decree No. 177/1995 Coll. issuing the construction and technical

order of the railways, as amended by Decree No. 346/2000 Coll.



14) Decree No. 100/1995 Coll. laying down conditions for the operation,

design and manufacture of designated technical devices and their instantiations

(Order of the designated technical equipment), as amended by Decree No. 279/2000 Coll.

and Government Regulation No. 352/2000 Coll.



Decree 173/1995 Coll. issuing the transport regulations, as amended by

Decree No. 242/1996 Coll., Decree No. 174/2000 Coll. and Decree No.

133/2003 Sb.



Decree 177/1995 Coll., as amended by Decree No. 243/1996 Coll., Decree

No. 346/2000 Coll. and Decree No. 413/2001 Coll.



15) Commission decision 2002/730/EC of 30 March 2004. May 2002 concerning the technical

specification for interoperability of the maintenance subsystem, the trans-European

high-speed rail system referred to in article 14(2). 6 (1). 1 of Directive

96/48/EC.



Commission Regulation 2006/62/EC of 23 December 2003. December 2005 on the technical

specification for interoperability relating to the subsystem telematic applications in the

European conventional rail freight system.



Commission decision 2006/679/EC of 28 June 1999. March 2006 concerning the technical

specification for interoperability relating to the control and security

the trans-European conventional rail system.




Commission decision 2006/860/EC of 7 September 2004. November 2006 on technical

specification for interoperability of the control-command and signalling "

the trans-European high-speed rail system, amending the

Annex A to decision 2006/679/EC concerning the technical specification for

interoperability of the control-command and signalling "the trans-European

conventional rail system.



Commission decision 2006/861/EC of 28 June 1999. July 2006 concerning the technical

specification for interoperability relating to the rolling stock "-

freight wagons "trans-European conventional rail system.



Commission decision 2006/920/EC of 11 December 1997. August 2006 on technical

specification for interoperability relating to the subsystem traffic operation and "

traffic management "trans-European conventional rail system.



Commission decision 2008/163/EC of 20 May 1999. December 2007 concerning the technical

specification for interoperability relating to "Safety in railway

the tunnels "in the trans-European conventional and high-speed rail

the system.



Commission decision 2008/164/EC of 21 June 1999. December 2007 concerning the technical

specification for interoperability relating to persons with reduced mobility

mobility in the trans-European conventional and high-speed

the railway system.



Commission decision 2008/217/EC of 20 May 1999. December 2007 concerning the technical

specification for interoperability of the infrastructure subsystem

the trans-European high-speed rail system.



Commission decision 2008/231/EC of 1 July 1999. February 2008 concerning the technical

specification for interoperability relating to "operation" of the trans-European

high-speed rail system adopted under art. 6 (1). 1

Council Directive 96/48/EC repeals Commission decision 2002/734/EC

of 30 March 2004. May 2002.



Commission decision 2008/232/EC of 21 June 1999. February 2008 concerning the technical

specification for interoperability of the subsystem "rolling stock"

the trans-European high-speed rail system.



Commission decision 2008/284/EC of 6 May 1999. March 2008 on technical

specification for interoperability of the energy subsystem the trans-European

high-speed rail system.



Commission decision 2008/385/EC of 23 December 2003. April 2008 amending

Annex A to decision 2006/679/EC concerning the technical specification for

interoperability relating to the control and signalling

conventional rail system and Annex A to decision 2006/860/EC on the

technical specification for interoperability of the control-command subsystem

the security of the trans-European high-speed rail system.



Commission decision 2009/107/EC of 23 December 2003. January 2009 amending

decision 2006/861/EC and 2006/920/EC concerning the technical specification for

interoperability of the subsystems of the trans-European conventional rail

the system.



Commission decision 2009/564/EC of 22 December 2004. July 2009 amending

Commission decision 2006/679/EC, with regard to the implementation of the technical

specification for interoperability relating to the control and security

the trans-European conventional rail system.



Commission decision 2010/79/EC of 19 June 2000. October 2009 amending

decision 2006/679/EC and 2006/860/EC, as regards the technical specifications

for interoperability relating to the trans-European conventional subsystemů

rail system and the trans-European high-speed rail

the system.



Commission decision 2010/640/EC of 21 June 1999. October 2010, amending

decision 2006/920/EC and 2008/231/EC concerning the technical specification for

interoperability relating to the subsystem traffic operation and management "

trans-European conventional and high-speed rail system.



Commission decision 2010/691/EC of 15 December 1999. November 2010, which

The Czech Republic recognises the derogation from the application of decision 2006/679/EC

concerning the technical specification for interoperability relating to the control and

the security of the trans-European conventional rail system on track

Strančice-České Budějovice.



Commission decision 2011/229/EU of 4. April 2011 on the technical

specification for interoperability subsystem "rolling stock — noise"

the trans-European conventional rail system.



Commission decision 2011/274/EC of 26 July 2000. April 2011 on the technical

specification for interoperability of the energy subsystem the trans-European

conventional rail system.



Commission decision 2011/275/EC of 26 July 2000. April 2011 on the technical

specification for interoperability of the infrastructure subsystem

the trans-European conventional rail system.



Commission decision 2011/291/EU of 26 March. April 2011 on the technical

specification for interoperability relating to the rolling stock-

locomotives and rolling stock for passenger transport trans-European

conventional rail system.



Commission decision 2011/314/EU of 12. May 2011 on the technical

specification for interoperability relating to the subsystem traffic operation and "

traffic management "trans-European conventional rail system.



The EU Commission Regulation 2011/454/EU of 5. May 2011 on the technical

specification for interoperability relating to the subsystem "usage

telematic applications for passenger services, "trans-European rail system.



16) section 8 and § 37 para. 8 Decree No. 173/1995 Coll. issuing the

transport regulations, as amended by Decree No. 242/1996 Coll. and Decree No.

174/2000 Sb.



17) Commission decision 2007/764/EC of 9 December 1999. November 2007

accepts the common specifications of the national vehicle registry established

According to the article. 14. 4 and 5 of Directive 96/48/EC and 2001/16/EC, as amended by

Commission decision 2011/107/EU of 10. February 2011, amending

decision 2007/764/EC adopting a common specification

the national vehicle registry.



18) Commission implementing decision 2011/633/EC of 15 December 1999. September 2011

common specifications of the registry of the railway infrastructure.