Regulation on the cost of measures under the Rail Crossing Act (1). Railway crossing Regulation-1. EKrV)unofficial table of contents
Date of expiry: 02.09.1964
" 1. Railway crossing regulation of 2. September 1964 (BGBl. 711), as set out in Article 1 of the Regulation of 11 June 2008. February 1983 (BGBl. I p. 85) has been amended "
|:||Modified by Art. 1 V v. 11.2.1983 I 85|
For details, refer to the Notes
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On the basis of Section 16 (1) (1) of the Law on the Cross of Railways (14). August 1963 (Bundesgesetzbl. 681) is arranged with the consent of the Federal Council: Non-official table of contents
§ 1 Scope of the cost mass
(1) The cost mass at the Production of a new crossing (§ 2 of the law) or measures at existing crossings (§ 3 of the law) covers the expenses for all measures in the crossing traffic routes, which take into account the recognized rules of the Technology is necessary to ensure that the crossing meets the requirements of safety and the handling of traffic.(2) The cost mass also includes the expenses for
- those measures that are taken into account the foreseeable traffic development on the crossing traffic routes is required,
- those measures resulting from the production of a new crossing or a measure pursuant to § 3 of the Act to installations which do not belong to the crossing traffic routes of the parties concerned,
- the replacement of Damage resulting from the execution of a measure to the parties or third parties, unless the damage is caused by intent or gross negligence on the part of a participant or its servants.
(3) Changes in the route of a participant's traffic route are transferred or eliminated, although at the previous crossing point a measure according to § 3 of the law with lower costs would be possible by traffic, the cost mass is up to the height of these costs. Non-official table of contents
§ 2 Composition of the cost mass
The cost mass is composed of
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- Construction Costs,
- Administrative Cost.
§ 3 GrunderwerbsCost
(1) The basic value cost includes
- all expenses related to the acquisition of land or rights,
- Compensation for the impairment losses caused by the crossing.
(2) The value of the basic labour costs is to be attributed to the traffic value of the land already owned by the parties or their rights, insofar as they are not the transport route. which, according to § 4 of the law, must be subject to the duty to pay duty.(3) The proceeds from the sale or the traffic value of the land which are not or no longer required for the crossing shall be deducted from the cost of the basic value. Non-official table of contents
§ 4 Construction costs
(1) The construction costs are in particular
- the expenses for the release of the building site, compensation for damage to the aircraft and property, earthworks, Basic research, boguish and scenic advice, models, drainage, substructure, roadway or track, building materials investigations, pipelines, supporting walls, crash barriers, road traffic and railway signs and facilities, lighting equipment, planting, disposal of equipment no longer required, demolition of buildings and expenditure on work trains, equipment, hoisting equipment, auxiliary bridges, transport costs, security posts, maintenance of transport and Traffic diversion;
- In addition, the charges for ramps, structures, smoke and contact protection devices, electrical insulation, protection grounding, Protection brackets;
- at the level of the level, the costs of barriers, turn-off lights with and without half-barriers, leftows, telecommunication systems, train signalling systems, Visible surfaces, railway heating service buildings.
(2) If a participant works by itself, it can be considered as a construction cost
- Tariflwages and employee remuneration, with a supplement of 100 of the hundreds and salaries of the officials with a surcharge of 120 of the hundred; in the calculation of wages, Remuneration and salaries may be used as a basis for average rates;
- for the use of larger appliances, which are based on the principles of business management , the position of tools and small appliances shall be subject to the surcharges referred to in point 1.
(3) A participant shall be responsible for the purchase of a substance, the cost of which shall be charged after the market price of the material. a surcharge of
- 15 of the hundred if it takes the substances out of its stock;
- 5 of the hundred when it procures the substances directly.
(4) Carriage services provided with its own means of transport are to be deducted according to the cost of self-cost. To the extent that tariffs exist in the rail transport sector, they shall apply.(5) The proceeds from the recovery or the value of the installations of the crossing which are no longer required shall be deducted from the construction costs. Non-official table of contents
§ 5 Administrative costs
Each participant can charge an administrative cost of 10 per cent of the total cost of the administration Take charge of the basic costs and the costs of construction. In particular, the expenses for preliminary work, preliminary drafts, the processing of the construction project, the examination of the static calculations, the allocation of the construction work, the local construction supervision (construction supervision), construction management (construction), the position of test and measuring instruments, measuring vehicles, auxiliary vehicles for construction supervision and construction management and vehicles for the test load, as well as other administrative activities, including the billing and cash-in service. Non-official table of contents
§ 6 Entry into force
This regulation occurs with effect from 1. January 1964, in force. Non-official table of contents
The Federal Minister for Transport