Regulation For The Calculation Of Repayment Amounts After The Railway Crossing Act, The Federal Highway Act And The Federal Water Act

Original Language Title: Verordnung zur Berechnung von Ablösungsbeträgen nach dem Eisenbahnkreuzungsgesetz, dem Bundesfernstraßengesetz und dem Bundeswasserstraßengesetz

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Regulation on the calculation of resolution amounts according to the Railway Cross Law, the Federal Road Road Act and the Bundeswasserstraßengesetz (Absolvent Ordinance-Calculation Regulation-ABBV)

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Date of expiry: 01.07.2010

Full quote:

" Decree-based Calculation Decree of 1. July 2010 (BGBl. I p. 856) "

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(+ + + text proof from: 13.7.2010 + + +)

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Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development decrees on the basis of
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of Section 16 (1) (3) of the Law on the Cross of Railways in the version of the notice of the 21. March 1971 (BGBl. 337), which was last amended by Article 2 of the Law of 22. April 2005 (BGBl. 1128),
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of Section 13b (3) of the Federal Road Traffic Act (Bundesfernstraßengesetz), as amended by the 28. June 2007 (BGBl. 1206) and
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Section 42 (4a), second sentence, of the Bundeswasserstraßengesetz (Bundeswasserstraßengesetz), as amended by the 23. May 2007 (BGBl. I p. 962; 2008 I p. 1980):
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§ 1 Scope

application (1) This Regulation shall apply to the calculation of the Redemption amounts according to the regulations of the Railroad Cross Law, the Federal Road Traffic Act and the Federal Water Road Act.(2) Maintenance costs (maintenance and renewal costs) within the meaning of this Regulation are in accordance with the maintenance and operating costs in accordance with the Railways Cross Law as well as the costs of entertainment within the meaning of the Federal Road Traffic Act and the German Federal Road Traffic Act. Federal waterway law. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Calculation

(1) The amount of the dissolve is by comparison of the capitalized maintenance costs of the old and new construction equipment in accordance with the annex to this Regulation.(2) Where the capitalised maintenance costs of the new buildings are higher than the costs determined for the old buildings, the amount of the difference shall be that of the carrier subject to maintenance by the other person concerned. Maintenance additional costs to be dissoldered. In the reverse case, the difference between the benefit and the benefit of the benefit to the other party is the difference between the amount of the compensation.(3) In the event of a request for amendment of both parties, the additional costs to be reimbured by the non-enduring party or the benefit compensation to be reimbured by the person liable to pay, corresponding to its share in the construction costs of the crossing measure. Sentence 1 shall not apply to the calculation of the settlement amount in accordance with Section 13 (3) sentence 2 of the Federal Road Traffic Act.(4) The amount of the redemption shall be determined by the cross-party responsible for the execution of the construction and shall be rounded off to a full 100 euro in commercial terms. It shall be presented to the other cross-crossing operator at the latest six months after the completion of the construction plant ready for transport.(5) The amount of the redemption shall be paid by the obligated cross-party at the latest six months after receipt of the calculation. If the payment is made at a later date, the amount is to be galvanissed at 4 from the hundred for the year. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Entry into force

This Regulation enters into force the day after the announcement. Non-official table of contents

Final formula

The Bundesrat has agreed. unofficial table of contents

asset (to § 2 paragraph 1)

(found: BGBl. I 2010, 857-871)
Table of
Chapter 1Terms
1.1Bauliche Anlagen
1.2Construction part, component
1.3engineering structures
1.4bridges
1.5Bridges Substructures
1.6Bridges Overbuilt
1.7Frame-like structures
1.8Other construction parts of Bridges
1.9Tunnel
1.10 Trogbauwerke
1.11Support structures
1.12 Noise protection structures
1.13Other engineering structures
1.14 Railways
1.15Roads and roads
1.16 Oberbau von streets und pathways
1.17Roads and roads drainage
1.18Road and path equipment
1.19Federal Waterways and Refunds Other Navigable Waters
2Calculation, Capitalization
2.1Dissolve Amount
2.2Maintenance Cost
2.3compute formulas
2.4interest rate to be applied
2.5Theoretical usage time
2.6 Residue Use Duration
2.7
Chapter 3Cost determination
3.1Determination of renewal costs
3.2Renewal cost composition
3.3Reine Construction Cost of the Engineering Structures
3.4Reine Construction Costs of Railways
3.5 Reine construction costs of roads and roads as well as the equipment for federal waterways and other navigable waters
3.6 Breakdown of the costs of demolition, control, operational problems, redirection in bridge structures
3.7Split Cost of demolition, maintenance, road and road redirection
3.8Composition and determination of the Entertainment Cost
3.8.1Engineering Works Entertainment Cost
3.8.2 The entertainment costs of railways
3.8.3The entertainment costs of roads and roads, as well as the equipment for Federal waterways and other navigable waters
3.8.4Winter Service
3.9 Energy Cost
3.10Administrative costs
Chapter 4Tables of theoretical usage durations and the percentages of annual entertainment costs
Table 1Bridges
Table 2Tunnels
Table 3Trogbauwerke
Table 4Support structures
Table 5Noise protection structures
Table 6Other engineering structures
Table 7Railways
Table 8Oberbau von Roads and paths
Table 9Roads and roads
Table 10 Equipments of roads and roads as well as federal waterways and other navigable waters
Table 11Geländer, Zäune, Walls, embankments on roads and


Chapter 1
Terms
1.1
Construction engineering structures, railway tracks and roads and roads are referred to as construction sites, whether they are a building or a building. Construction part.
1.2
Construction part, component Each subdivision of an engineering structure becomes a part of the building, each subdivision of a track of railway lines, a road or a road with a component.
1.3
Engineering construction engineering The engineering structures include bridges, tunnels, Trogbauwerke, support structures, Noise protection structures and other engineering structures.
1.4
Bridge bridges are usually divided into under-and superstructures. The bridges, which are not divided into sub-structures and superstructures, include frame-like structures, vaults and corrugated steel pipes, including the respective wing walls and foundations.
1.5
Underbuildings of bridges The substructures of bridges include abutments including hollow abutments (resolved abutments used to carry out traffic routes), Wing walls, pillars, supports including protective devices (impact pedestal, impact beam), pylons including the respective foundations, seals and construction work drainage. Pylons include anchor bodies, rope and cable suspensions, among others.
1.6
Overbuildings of bridges The superstructures of bridges include the supporting structure. including bearings, roadway crossings, seals with protective layers, caps, protective equipment such as B. Schrammorde, Aufkantungen, Schutzplanken, Schutzwalls, Schutzschwellen, Anprallsockets, Geländer, Brüstungen, facilities for spray protection, glare protection, contact protection via railway lines with electrical overhead line, noise protection, snowflake grid and Protective roofs, equipment such as Operational lighting, mechanical equipment and inspection facilities, as well as the construction of the construction works. In the case of road transfers, there are not the above-ground drainage channels, in addition to the roadway and the inlet bush.In the case of railway transfers, the superstructures include derailment protection, rail separations and devices for the construction of the construction works. Connection of the tracks with the superstructures.
1.7
Frame-like load-bearing structures The frame-like structures belong to closed frames, below open frames and comparable structures. Frame constructions.
1.8
Other structural parts of bridges The other building parts of bridges include protective grounding facilities, overhead line facilities (without Masts and booms) and other anchorages of lines, contact protection systems and derailment protection.
1.9
Tunnel tunnels are closed (mining) or open design. Construction works constructed in open construction shall only be valid for a certain length as a tunnel: for railways from 250 m, for roads from 80 m. Shorter buildings are part of the bridges.
1.10
TrogbauwerkeTo the trogbauwerke belong to those made of reinforced concrete, pile walls, slot walls and Steel sheet walls.
1.11
Support constructions belonging to the supporting structures include supporting walls and other supporting structures.
1.12
Noise protection buildings belonging to the noise protection structures include noise barriers and noise protection steepages as well as their foundations.
1.13
Other engineering structures Other engineering structures include traffic sign bridges, including signage, signal boom, signal boom bridges, and Passages.
1.14
Railways of railroads to the railway tracks are essentially bulkhead bed, track sleepers, rails, switches, fixed roads, Drainage, railings, fences, walls and embankments, service walkways, including the necessary foundations, as well as railway crossing safety systems. For overhead lines and signalling equipment, the values of the theoretical Make use of m and the percentages p of the annual entertainment costs in an individual case. For drainage systems, railings, fences, walls and embankments, the values m and p of the roads and roads are authoritative.
1.15
Road and way to the roads and roads and roads. Because of the construction of superstructure, drainage, equipment as well as railings, fences, walls and embankments, including the necessary foundations.
1.16
Upper Roads and WegenZum Oberbau of roads and roads include supporting layers, asphalt binder layers, cover layers, ceilings made of concrete, surface treatments, paving ceilings, fortifications of footpaths and wheel paths, curbstones.
1.17
Dewatering of roads and wegends drainage of roads and roads include the drainage facilities inside the road bodies, piping to the curator, pipe passages, Pipelines for waste water, pressure pipelines with pumping equipment, leachate pipes, leachate basins, ditches, troughs, road runways, test shafts, draining shafts, manhole covers, mechanical settling tanks, retention basins, overflow basins and Light liquid separators and their mechanical internals.
1.18
Equipment for road and road equipment includes roads and roads, in particular: Road marking systems, vehicle restraint systems, protective walls, traffic signs, guide posts, road lighting, light signalling systems and traffic control systems.
1.19
Equipment of federal waterways and other navigable waterways to the equipment on federal waterways include control plants, parapets, dalben, sedimentation piles and Shipping sign.

Chapter 2
Calculation, Capitalization
2.1
Absolution considerations Individual parts of the building have a different theoretical useful life and require different entertainment costs. For these parts, separate calculations must therefore be set up. For administrative simplification
1.
the construction parts listed in section 1.5 with the table values relevant to the substructure (Chapter 4, Table 1, point 1.1) are uniformly replaced and
2.
the construction parts listed in section 1.6 with the table values relevant for superstructure (Chapter 4, Table 1, point 1.2) are replaced in a uniform manner,
if these are Construction parts are created at the same time as the bridge. Section 2 (1) (3) of the Regulation on cross-installations in the course of national highways of 2. December 1975 (BGBl. I p. 2984) remains untouched. In the calculation of the redemption amounts for bridges, routes (rail) and roads (road) are not to be separated separately. In cases where the maintenance load of the bridge and the roadway is subject to different maintenance obligations, the separate detachment is to be carried out at the request of a participant. Other parts of the building shall only be replaced separately, if they are subsequently added to the bridges or if they are to be replaced in the new building as individual parts of the building, as in the case of protective grounding systems on road bridges on the basis of their belonging to the railway system (Section 14 (3) of the Railway crossing law) the case ist.Erdbauwerke (Rampen) for drivetrains and roads are not to be disbursed. In the case of road tunnels, construction works and operation and traffic engineering equipment are to be separated separately.
2.2
The maintenance costs are to be determined on the basis of an indefinite period of conservation. If there is a time-limited maintenance obligation in special cases, this must be taken into account in determining the maintenance costs.
2.3
Calculation formulas (1) The capitalized maintenance costs (E) are to be determined according to the formula:

(2) The reduction amount (A) of the maintenance costs is to be determined by the formulas:

(3) Separate determination of sub-ranges of maintenance costs: The calculation formula of capitalised maintenance costs (E)
 , where  is set,

is composed of the share of capitalized renewal costs (Ee)

and the share for the capitalized annual entertainment costs (Eu)

By extending the the first Summandes with qm-1 below can be the capitalised maintenance costs for the renewal costs (Ee) in the share of the capitalised costs of the next renewal (E e), the first renewal according to the Absolution Agreement,

and the share of the capitalized cost of the other renewals

to be broken down. For the expenses of the further renewals, after n years, i.e. at the time of the first renewal after the resolution agreement, is mathematically expressed by multiplying the equation with qn, an amount of

Euro to the Available. After another m years, i.e. at the time of the second renewal after the redemption agreement, mathematically expressed by multiplying the equation by qm, an amount of

Euro. Ke is taken, so that the same amount is available again as after the first renewal and the further renewals can be paid for by interest. 


(4) Determination of a time-unlimited entertainment obligation: With a time-unlimited entertainment obligation, the capitalized annual entertainment costs Eu can be derived by the following approach: The capital Eu has to be Yield interest income that covers the current annual entertainment costs:

(5) Determination of a time-limited entertainment obligation: at a time-limited The calculation rule for the capitalized annual entertainment costs (E tu) results from the consideration of a subservient response model with the time horizon t:

By transition t → ∞ once again the formula for the time-unlimited entertainment obligation.(6) In the formulas, the calculation elements have the following meaning: VariableDimension Dimension
AAbsoleAmount the conservation costEuro
ECapitalised maintenance costs Euro
EaltCapitalised Maintenance Costs of the old constructional asset Euro
EnewCapitalised maintenance costs of the new constructional asset Euro
KeConstruction asset renewal costsEuro
KuCost of the constructional asset to be used to determine the capitalized entertainment costs
Euro
zcapitalization interest ratefrom the hundred
qcapitalization rate factor [-]
m Theoretical useful life of the fictitious constructional assetyears
n The remaining time of use: number of years from the date of due time
of the replacement to the next theoretical renewal
of the old existing constructional asset


years
pAnnual entertainment cost of the fictitious building asset
in hundredth of the cost of ku

from the Hundred
E tutime-limited entertainment costs over t years Euro
tTime of limited entertainment commitment
2.4
The interest rate applicable to the interest rate z is to be set at 4 of the hundred.
2.5
Theoretical useful life The theoretical useful life m of the building parts and the components begins with the year of the ready-to-use construction of the construction plant. If structural parts or components have already been renewed, this is the year of the last renewal. The theoretical useful life is an experience value for the possible useful life of a building plant, a building part or a component. and is to be applied regardless of the actual useful life in the calculation of the resolution.
2.6
The remaining useful life n is independent of the the actual state of the construction plant is always the number of years from the date of the detachment to the next theoretical renewal due. After the theoretical period of use has expired, the remaining period of use shall be set to zero. For the purpose of determining the renewal costs in accordance with point 3.1, a bridge in the case of substructure and superstructure shall be used, for example, by means of a If the frame structure is replaced, a common remaining useful life is to be deduced from the residual utilization durations of substructure and superstructure.
2.7
Table The theoretical Durations of use m and the percentages of the annual entertainment costs of the engineering structures are set out in Chapter 4 in Tables 1 to 6. The values set out in Table 1 are not readily applicable on moving bridges. The theoretical terms of use to be used for this purpose and the percentages p of the annual entertainment costs shall be subject to special agreement, where appropriate. The theoretical use durations and the percentages of the annual entertainment costs the routes of railways, roads and roads and the equipment of federal waterways and other navigable waters are set out in Chapter 4 in Tables 7 to 11.

Chapter 3
Costing of costs
3.1
Determination of renewal costs The calculation of renewal costs (Ke) is based on Fictional drafts. In the case of the initial manufacture of a structural installation, a Fiktivdraft is to be drawn up for the future renewal. In the event of the modification of an existing plant, two draft proposals shall be required, one for the future renewal of the existing plant and the other for the future renewal of the modified construction plant. is to be established. At the same time, the price level at the time of the detachment and the structural installations with the existing basic dimensions are based on an economic construction which is customary at the time of the detachment. If the future maintenance obligation does not An entrepreer within the meaning of the sales tax law (e.g. Federal government as a road-building load carrier), the costs to be applied should be based on gross costs, provided that they are entrepreneurial services. If the future owner is liable to pay for the purposes of the sales tax law, the calculation shall be carried out on the basis of net costs. Own services shall be based on the basis of entrepreneurial performance. To the extent that cost shares of renewal cannot be determined on the basis of entrepreneurial performance, these cost shares are to be found in a suitable way. If the cost of maintenance is bound to maintenance contracts in the case of light-signalling systems, then the costs are to be determined. The cost of renewal on the basis of market prices shall be deducted from the cost of the recovery or the value of building parts and waste materials no longer required. All the one-time costs incurred only in the preparation or processing of such materials shall be subject to the following conditions: change, but will not return in the event of a later renewal (e.g. B. Lifting of tracks, lowering of roads, excavation of the traffic space, pens, ramps) are not to be taken into account in the calculation of renewal costs (Ke) and thus in the detachment.
3.2
Composition of renewal costs The renewal cost (Ke) for construction equipment is based on the cost of construction as specified in point 3.3 to point 3.5, the cost of demolition, Conditions, operating conditions, redirection measures and security posts together. The cost of renewal also includes the administrative costs according to point 3.10.In determining the renewal costs, the costs for the demolition relate to the fictitious structure to be cancelled and not to the old existing structure. The old building only serves to determine the remaining useful life.
3.3
Reine Construction costs of the engineering construction materials The pure construction costs of the engineering structures include the Expenses for the production of all parts of the building, which are part of the permanent inventory of the engineering structures. These are, in particular, the costs of related earthworks, foundations, concrete work, steel construction work, corrosion protection, waterproofing, and construction work drainage. For this purpose, the costs of carrying frames, with the exception of the drawers (point 3.6), construction pit construction, water retention, construction site equipment and clearance, as well as the costs for the preparation of the execution documents (in particular static Calculations, design and execution drawings, basic building investigations).
3.4
Reine construction costs of railway roads The pure construction costs of the roads of Railways shall include, in addition to the costs of the infrastructure components referred to in point 1.14, the cost of construction site equipment and clearance and the cost of constructing the infrastructure for construction of the infrastructure Execution documents.
3.5
Reine construction costs of roads and roads, as well as the equipment for federal waterways and other navigable waters The pure construction costs of the Roads and roads, as well as equipment for federal waterways and other navigable waters, shall comprise, in addition to the expenditure on road and infrastructure components within the meaning of point 1.16 to 1.19, which shall cover the construction of roads and roads. the costs of construction site equipment and clearing operations. The costs of construction site equipment and clearing operations shall be covered by a supplement of 4 of the hundred in the case of construction work under point 1.16, in the case of erd, dewatering and overbuilding work as specified in point 1.16 1.16 to 1.18 by a supplement of 8 from the hundred to the pure construction costs, provided that they are not included in the cost of the services to be discounted.
3.6
Breakdown of costs for demolition, control states, operational problems, redirection measures for bridge construction workshops The costs for demolition and for the during engineering works are the next renewal necessary for the maintenance of the traffic, including the supply lines, railway operations, redirection measures for substructure and superstructure and security posts in accordance with the shares of these parts of the building to the pure construction costs.
3.7
Breakdown of the costs of demolition, control, redirection of roads and roads and roads, and The costs of taking up or taking part in the old superstructure, as well as the costs of the necessary conditions and redirection measures during the next renewal in order to maintain the traffic, shall be due to the thickness of the
3.8
Composition and determination of entertainment costs The annual entertainment costs will be charged with flat-rate entertainment. Percentage p of Ku is determined and capitalized. In order to determine the entertainment costs, the price level is decisive at the time of the detachment. Point 3.1 shall apply. The reference quantity Ku, which shall be used to determine the capitalised entertainment costs in accordance with the number 3.8.1 to number. 3.8.3 shall be based on the pure construction costs as specified in point 3.3 to point 3.5 and the eligible administrative costs. The maintenance costs shall take account of all the costs necessary to ensure that the construction equipment is theoretical useful life. In addition, the maintenance costs include the expenses for the ongoing monitoring, including construction checks, as well as for control states, operational problems and redirection measures, which are incurred in this context.
3.8.1
Entertainment costs of engineering companies The maintenance costs of the bridges include in particular the expenses for the exchange of warehouses, the renewal of seals and Railings, the elimination of settling differences, the pressing out of joints as well as the repair of outer surfaces, caps and protective devices.
3.8.2
The entertainment costs of the railway line to the entertainment costs of the railways are, in particular, expenses for the maintenance of the driveway components in accordance with Point 1.14 (1).
3.8.3
The maintenance costs of roads and roads, as well as the equipment for federal waterways and other navigable waters The maintenance costs of roads and roads, as well as the equipment for federal waterways and other navigable waters are, in particular, expenses for maintenance of the superstructure, the associated drainage and the equipment. Maintenance costs for roads and roads also include the expenses for cleaning them.
3.8.4
Winter service Absolution of winter service tasks is due to the extraordinarily different situations of individual cases not included in this Regulation.
3.9
The cost of energy costs for the construction plant Energy consumption, such as for railway crossings and light signalling systems, are not included in the annual entertainment costs. The cost of one year is to be capitalised in accordance with the maintenance costs calculation rule in point 2.3 and to be attributed to the entertainment costs. In the calculation of the capitalised energy costs in accordance with the second summation of the formula in point 2.3, the reference quantity Ku corresponds to the expenditure of one year plus administration costs in accordance with the second Summanden of the formula in point 2.3. Amount of 10 of the hundred of this expenditure as specified in point 3.10. Instead of p, the value of 100 must be set.
3.10
Administrative costs The administrative costs of 10 of the hundred of the costs referred to in paragraphs 3.3 to 3.7 are in particular the costs of preliminary work, preliminary drafts, the processing of the construction project, the award of the works, the examination of the static calculations and the execution plans, the collection of official permits, the local authorities, the local authorities, the local authorities, the local authorities, the local authorities, the Construction supervision (construction supervision) and construction management (construction management), further the position of test and measuring instruments, measuring vehicles, auxiliary vehicles for the construction supervision and construction management and of vehicles for the test load as well as other administrative activities , including the accounting and cash-in service, as well as expenditure on environmental impact assessments, accompanying plans for the landscape, sound-technical calculations, and the preparation and examination of calculations of the Resolution amounts of maintenance costs gilded.
Chapter 4
Tables
of Theoretical Usage durations
and the percentages of the annual entertainment costs

Table 1
Bridges
lfd. Nr.Building Part Theoretical
Use-
duration
m [years] Annual
Entertainment
costs
p [ v. H.]1234
1. Bridges
1.1 Underbuildings
(abutments including wing walls, pillars, supports, pylons, each including greens)
1.1.1 brick masonry, concrete, reinforced concrete 1100.5
1.1.2 made of pile walls, slot walls 90 0, 5
1.1.3 aus Stahlspundwalls
1.1.3.1 without corrosion protection 500.6
1.1.3.2 with corrosion protection 700.5
1.1.4 from Steel 1000.8
1.1.5 made of wood 50 2, 0
1.2 Overbuilt
(bars, disks, bows, Box cross-sections)
1.2.1 made of reinforced concrete 70 0, 8
1.2.2 aus Spannbeton
1.2.2.1 with internal tension members 701,3
1.2.2.2 with external tension members 701.1
1.2.3 from Steel 1001.5
1.2.4 made of steel-concrete composite materials
1.2.4.1 Steel structures with concrete slab 701,2
1.2.4.2 Rolled Beam in concrete 100 0, 8
1.2.4.3 Steel beam in concrete in double bond 1000.6
1.2.5 made of wood
1.2.5.1 for Geh and Cycle paths (not protected) 302.5
1.2.5.2 for Geh and Cycle paths (protected main traits) 602.0
1.2.5.3 for roads (protected main-wing) 602.0
1.3 Frame-like support structures
(including greenings and wing walls)
1.3.1 made of reinforced concrete 700.8
1.3.2 aus Spannbeton 701,2
1.3.3 made of steel 100 1, 5
1.4 Vaults (including start-ups)
1.4.1 masonry, concrete 130 0, 6
1.4.2 made of reinforced concrete 1100.5
1.5 Corrugated Steel Tubes 700.8
1.6 Other construction parts
1.6.1 Protection grounding systems
Contact rails, bow impact rails, earth lines 30 5, 0
1.6.2 Driving devices and other anchorages from lines to road bridges
Lines of the web (including overhead wire hangers) 30 5, 0
1.6.3 Contact Protection Assets
1.6.3.1 Protector plates made of reinforced concrete 30 0, 8
1.6.3.2 Protections Steel 301,2
1.6.3.3 Increase of railings and gapless trim of the railing parts
30

1.5
1.6.4 Entgleisungsschutz 201.0


Table 2
Tunnel
lfd. Nr.Building Part Theoretical
Use-
duration
m [years] Annual
Entertainment
costs
p [ v. H.]1234
2. Tunnel
2.1 Manufacture in closed design
2.1.1 with drainage systems 130 0, 9
2.1.2 without Drainage systems 1300.6
2.2 Manufacturing in open design 90 0, 6
2.3 Operating and traffic engineering Equipment
for road tunnels
(lighting, ventilation, safety devices, central installations, alternating traffic signs for dynamic speed restrictions and lane signalling, barriers (before the tunnel portal) Etc.)

20

2.0


Table 3
Trogbauwerke
lfd. Nr.Building Part Theoretical
Use-
duration
m [years] Annual
Entertainment
costs
p [ v. H.]1234
3. Trogbauwerke
3.1 aus Stahlbeton 1100.5
3.2 made of pile walls, slot walls 90 0, 5
3.3 made of steel spundwalls 700.5


Table 4
Support structures
lfd. Nr.Building Part Theoretical
Use
duration
m [years] Annual
maintenance
costs
p [ v. H.]1234
4. Support structures
4.1 Support walls
4.1.1 brick masonry, concrete, reinforced concrete 110 0, 5
4.1.2 from Pfahlwalls, Slot walls 900.5
4.1.3 made of steel spundwalls, carrier boehl walls 70 0, 5
4.2 Other supporting structures
4.2.1 aus mit Erdreich populated Formdivide, networked earth material 60 1, 0
4.2.2 made of wire mesh baskets with stone filling (Gabions) 500.2


Table 5
Noise protection structures
lfd. Nr.Building Part Theoretical
Use-
duration
m [years] Annual
Entertainment
costs
p [ v. H.]1234
5. Noise protection structures
5.1 Gründungen 1000
5.2 Noise protection walls
5.2.1 aus Stahlbeton 601.0
5.2.2 made of wood 301.0
5.2.3 made of acrylic or laminated glass 30 1, 0
5.2.4 from aluminum 401.0
5.3 Noise protection steeple 60 1, 0


Table 6
Other engineering structures
lfd. Nr.Building Part Theoretical
Use
duration
m [years] Annual
maintenance
costs
p [ v. H.]1234
6. Other engineering structures
6.1 Traffic sign bridges (including signage) 305.0
6.2 Passages
from Masonry, concrete, reinforced concrete, corrugated steel 700.8
6.3 Leitwerke 30 4, 0


Table 7
Railways of Railways
lfd. Nr.Component Theoretical
Use
duration
m [years] Annual
maintenance
costs
p [ v. H.]1234
7. Railways of Railways
7.1Schotterbett, Gleisschwellen, rails 304.0
7.2 Weichen 205.0
7.3 Fixed trams 601.0
7.4 Mounts at railroad transitions
7.4.1 heavy fixtures 302.0
7.4.2 mid-heavy fixtures 20 4, 0
7.4.3 Other fastenings 206,0
7.5 Backups at web transitions
7.5.1 Light signs with barriers 304.0
7.5.2 Light sign 303.0
7.5.3 Electric Barriers 35 4, 0
7.5.4 Other shut-off devices 252.0


Table 8
Construction of roads and paths
lfd. Nr.Component Theoretical
Use
duration
m [years] Annual
entertainment
Cost
p [ v. H.]1234
8. Oberbau von streets und pathways
8.1 Support layers
8.1.1 without binding agent 80 0
8.1.2 with hydraulic Binding agents 350
8.1.3 from Asphalt 40 0
8.2 Asphalt binderlayers 200
8.3 Cover layers
8.3.1 made from asphalt concrete, splittmastixasphalt 152.0
8.3.2 from Cast asphalt 251.5
8.3.3 made from open-pored asphalt 10 3, 0
8.4 Blankets made of concrete 301.5
8.5 Asphalt construction methods-Bauliche preservation
8.5.1 Surface Treatment 63.0
8.5.2 thin asphalt top layers 82.0
8.6 Paving blankets (including bedding)
8.6.1 for Driving surfaces 253.0
8.6.2 for surfaces with predominately resting traffic, pedestrian zones 600.5
8.7 Fixtures from Walking paths, cycling paths 252.5
8.8 Rural paths 
8.8.1 Fundationsshifts 350
8.8.2 Load-bearing layers
8.8.2.1 without binding agent 100 0
8.8.2.2 with hydraulic binders 350
8.8.2.3 from Asphalt 400
8.8.3 Asphalt cover layers, Aspcluding paths 252.0
8.8.4 hydraulically bound load-bearing layers, concrete-track paths 251.5
8.8.5 Cover layers
8.8.5.1 without binding agent 255.0
8.8.5.2 with hydraulic binding agents 30 1, 5
8.8.5.3 from Asphalt 352.0
8.8.5.4 made of concrete 401.0
8.8.6 Paving blankets (including bedding) 301.5
8.9 Bordsteine
8.9.1 made of natural stone 80 0, 5
8.9.2 made of concrete 400.5


Table 9
Dehydration of roads and paths
lfd. Nr.Component Theoretical
Use
duration
m [years] Annual
maintenance
costs
p [ v. H.]1234
9. Dewatering of roads and paths
9.1 dehydrating devices inside the street bodies 800.5
9.2 Piping to curse, tube passages 802.0
9.3 Piping for waste water
9.3.1 from stoneware 100 2, 0
9.3.2 from ductile cast 801.0
9.3.3 made of concrete, steel, plastic 60 2, 0
9.4 Pressure pipe lines with pump plies
9.4.1 Pressure pipe lines 501.0
9.4.2 Pump systems (machine and electrical engineering part) 152.0
9.5 Sicker piping 602,0
9.6 Gräben, Mulden 50 5, 0
9.7 Road flows, Test Shafts, Drain Shafts, Slot
covers

50

1.0
9.8Mechanical settling basins, retention basins, overflow basins, sicker tanks, light liquid separators
9.8.1 made of concrete 601.0
9.8.2 as earthworks 902,0
9.9 Mechanical internals in light liquid separators 252.5


Table 10
Roads and paths, and
federal waterways and other navigable waters
lfd. Nr.Component Theoretical
Use
duration
m [years] Annual
maintenance
costs
p [ v. H.]1234
10. Equipments of roads and roads as well as federal water-
streets and other navigable waters
10.1 Unpreformed marking systems
10.1.1 Colors
10.1.1.1 for heavily polluted roads 1 0
10.1.1.2 for weakly loaded roads 30
10.1.2 High-solid dispersions, reactive substances, thermoplastic materials
10.1.2.1 for heavily polluted roads 20
10.1.2.2 for weakly loaded roads 4 0
10.2 Prefabricated marking systems (slides)
10.2.1 for heavily polluted roads 4 0
10.2.2 for weakly loaded roads 70
10.3 Vehicle restraint systems 
10.3.1 Steel protection planks 300.5
10.3.2 Protective Walls made of concrete, steel 402.0
10.4 Traffic sign 
10.4.1 Verkehrsschilder (including setting-up devices)-also for shipping
10.4.1.1 up to 1 m2 10 3.0
10.4.1.2 over 1 m2 153.0
10.4.2 Radar reflectors (for shipping) 30 3.0
10.5 Guard-posts and others Ä.
10.5.1 Guardposts on roads and paths 10 10, 0
10.5.2 Conductive parapets, dalben and sewn piles in the range of Federal waterways and other navigable waters
15

5.0
10.6 street lighting 301.0
10.7 Light signal systems
10.7.1 Signalmaste 30 4.0
10.7.2 Signal transmitter 204.0
10.7.3 Signal control device 154.0
10.7.4 Cable 30 0
10.7.5 Cable shrewks 500
10.7.6 Induction Loops 70  
10.7.7 Infrared detectors 150
10.8 Traffic control systems 156,0


Table 11
railings, Fences, walls, embankment fortifications on roads and ways lfd. Nr.Component Theoretical
Use
duration
m [years] Annual
maintenance
costs
p [ v. H.]1234
11.railings, fences, walls, embankment fortifications on roads and Because
11.1 Geländer (not on engineering structures) 
11.1.1 made of steel 501,2
11.1.2 aus Aluminium 500.6
11.1.3 made of wood 20 2.5
11.2 Zäune
11.2.1 with wooden post 152.0
11.2.2 with concrete post, steel post 30 1.5
11.2.3 Wildprotection fences 205.0
11.2.4 glare protection fences 302.0
11.2.5 Stone impact protection fences with fan net 503.0
11.3 Walls, Limits
brick masonry, concrete, reinforced concrete 110 0.5
11.4 Böschungsfasteners
11.4.1 aus Patch 110 0.5
11.4.2 from lawn (including topsoil) 1008,0