Publication of payment for the use of the State's railway network and on the environmental benefits for the carriage of goods by rail 1)
In accordance with section 9 (4), 6, and section 11 in the law of rail, cf. Law Order no. 1249 of 11. November 2010 shall be determined :
§ 1. Railway undertakings shall pay the tax on driving on the state's railway infrastructure in the form of kilometre charge, tones of tones and capacity tax, as well as toll charges for the passage of Storepods and Øresund. These charges are referred to as infrastructural charges.
Paragraph 2. No charge for driving on the S-Togsnet.
§ 2. Banedanmark sets the rates for kilometre charge, tones of tones and capacity tax, in accordance with the rules of section 3.
Paragraph 2. Banedanmark also lays down procedures for the collection of infrastructure charges, which types of driving that are exempt from infrastructure charges, which benefits Banedanmarks, must provide for the infrastructure charges and the rules governing order and revocation of channels.
Paragraph 3. Banedanmark lays down rules for a compulsory system of performance in order to encourage infrastructure managers and railway undertakings in the railway infrastructure of the State to optimise the functionality of the railway network, so that there may be : the penalty or bonuses paid due by late trains, in the light of the reasons for the delay. Traffic carried out by regional railway companies and traffic on the S-togsnet and the material trains are not covered by the performance scheme.
Paragraph 4. Penalties or bonuses shall be determined on the basis of a channel regularity fixed at 4 minutes late. And 59 secs. or emergency cancelled (less than 72 hours prior to planetal departure).
Paragraph 5. Banedanmark establishes a registration system for the registration of the actual delays and reasons for this purpose.
Paragraph 6. Banedanmark lays down the charges and the performance scheme in a notice.
Paragraph 7. The infrastructure charges and penalties or bonuses shall be collected or paid out by the Banedanmark.
Paragraph 8. A value of the freight is paid for freight and freight. There is no payment of mileadefee and capacity tax for freight and freight. The aim is to increase the tones of the tones for freight and from 2016 to 0.01 kr. per 20 miles in 2020.
Niner. 9. Mile tax and capacity charge for passenger trains shall be paid. The amount of the toll for passenger trains is not paid.
Paragraph 10. A 100-mile toll is paid at 0,01 kr. Passenger train. There is no payment of mileasation and capacity charge for passenger trains.
Paragraph 11. The rates for charges shall be fixed and regulated annually by Banedanmark, which shall fix them in a notice.
§ 3. The source tax and the value of the tones of the tones may be equal for all trains or differentiated between freight trains and passenger trains. Expenditure is based on the marginal costs imposed by the railway infrastructure of the trains on the railway infrastructure.
Paragraph 2. On partial lines where there is scarcity capacity, a capacity fee may be charged to optimise the utilization of the infrastructure in the daily hours.
Paragraph 3. Any changes to tax rates, except at current price adjustments, shall be warmer by Banedanmark at least 12 months prior to the entry into force of the amendments concerned.
§ 4. For the passage of the StorePod connection, the following bridge charge is paid (excl. VAT) :
1) For Passenger trains, $6,723,52 is paid. per train.
2) For freight and payment, $6,237.3. per train.
Paragraph 2. For the passage of the Danish part of the Øresund connection, the following charge is paid (excl. VAT) :
1) For Passenger trains, $2,109.16. per train.
2) For freight and payment, $2,551.99. per train.
Paragraph 3. Banedanmark makes once a year, the first time per year. 1. January 2014, on the basis of the development of the general price and wage index, a regulation of the amounts to be paid for the passage of the Store-Pod connection and the Danish part of the Øresund connection and shall set out in a notice of the amounts which : then it will be paid.
§ 5. Railway undertakings may receive an environmental benefit from Banedanmark on the basis of the freight carrier for the transport of goods
1) in the case of rail transport between two locations on the railway network of the State,
2) in the case of rail transport between a location on the railway network of the State and a foreign site ; or
3) for intermodal transport in accordance with paragraph 1. 2 between foreign locations.
Paragraph 2. Intermodal transport justifying the payment of environmental benefits shall include the transport of standardised lorries (trailers, alternates, or containers) that go through Denmark, and which, in at least one end of the transport, shall be unleashed to : or from a truck.
Paragraph 3. The amount of the environmental grant and the terms of its payment shall be laid down in an announcement by the Banedanmark out of the provenu charged by the freight tolls, excluding charges, divided by the total number of eligible tones. Over-or deficit may be offset in a subsequent year.
Paragraph 4. Changes to the level of the eco-subsidy may be carried out by 1 month ' s notice.
Paragraph 5. The environmental subsidy shall be paid by Banedanmark.
§ 6. The announcement shall enter into force on 1. January 2013, cf. however, paragraph 1 3.
Paragraph 2. Section 2 (2). 9, shall be deleted from 1. January 2015.
Paragraph 3. Section 2 (2). 10 shall enter into force on 1. January 2015.
Paragraph 4. Publication no. 1262 of 16. In December 2011, the payment for the use of the State's railway network and on the environmental benefits for the carriage of goods by rail is lifted.
Department of Transportation, the 21st. November 2012
Henrik Dam Kristensen
/ Mikkel Sune Smith
1) The notice shall be part of Directive 2001 /14/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26. February 2001 on the allocation of railway infrastructure capacity and the levying of charges for the use of railway infrastructure, as well as safety certification, EU Official Journal 2001, nr. L75, page 29.