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Regulation for the calculation of repayment amounts after the railway crossing Act, the Federal Highway Act and the Federal Water Act (repayment amounts calculation Ordinance ABBV) ABBV Ausfertigung date: 01.07.2010 full quotation: "replacement amounts calculation regulation by 1 July 2010 (BGBl. I S. 856)" footnote (+++ text detection from: 13.7.2010 +++) input formula the Federal Ministry for transport, building and urban development ordered aground - article 16, paragraph 1 number 3 of the railway crossing act as amended by the notice of March 21, 1971 (BGBl. I p. 337) , last by article 2 of the Act of 22 April 2005 (BGBl. I p. 1128) is changed, § 13b number 3 of the Federal Highway Act as amended by the notice of June 28, 2007 (BGBl. I S. 1206) and - of section 42 paragraph 4a sentence 2 of the Federal Water Act as amended by the notice of May 23, 2007 (BGBl. I S. 962; 2008 I S. 1980) : § 1 scope of application (1) this Regulation shall apply for the calculation of repayment amounts payable according to the regulations of the railway crossing Act, the Federal Highway Act and federal water law.
(2) maintenance costs (maintenance and regeneration costs) correspond to the purposes of this regulation the maintenance and operating costs in the railway crossing Act, as well as the maintenance costs within the meaning of the Federal Highway Act and federal water law.
§ To determine 2 calculation (1) which is repayment amount by comparison of the capitalized cost of the old and new structures in accordance with the annex to this regulation.
(2) the capitalized costs of maintenance of the new structures are higher than the costs calculated for the old structures, is the conservation subject construction at the difference that by the other involved to be more cost. In the opposite case, the difference is the benefit-sharing to be refunded the other parties by the conservation subject construction.
(3) in the case of mutual change request, you are to determine the costs to be reimbursed or the benefit sharing to be refunded by the parties subject to conservation requirements according to its share of the construction costs of the crossing action by the parties not subject to conservation. Sentence 1 does not apply for the calculation of the redemption amount for section 13 paragraph 3 sentence 2 of the Federal Highway Act.
(4) the repayment amount is to determine the Kreuzungsbeteiligten responsible for the construction and commercial be rounded to full 100 euros. He is to present the other Kreuzungsbeteiligten not later than six months after the traffic-ready completion of the structural system lookup.
(5) the repayment amount is payable no later than six months after receipt of the calculation of the committed Kreuzungsbeteiligten. The payment at a later date, is to pay interest on the amount with 4 per cent for the year.
Article 3 entry into force this regulation enter into force on the day after the announcement.
Concluding formula the Federal Council has approved.
Plant (to § 2 paragraph 1) (site: BGBl. I 2010, 857-871) table of contents chapter 1 terms 1.1 construction equipment 1.2 building part, part 1.3 engineering works 1.4 bridges 1.5 units of bridges 1.6 superstructures of bridges 1.7 Rahmenartige structures 1.8 other building parts of bridges 1.9 tunnel 1.10 trough buildings 1.11 retaining structures 1.12 soundproof buildings 1.13 other civil engineering works 1.14 routes of railroads 1.15 roads and paths 1.16 superstructure of roads and paths 1.17 drainage of roads and paths 1.18 equipment of roads and paths 1.19 equipment Federal waterway and other navigable waters Chapter 2 calculation, capitalization of 2.1 replacement amount 2.2 cost 2.3 2.4. applicable calculation formulas interest rate 2.5 theoretical useful life 2.6 remaining useful life 2.7 tables Chapter 3 costing 3.1 renewal cost 3.2 composition of renewal costs 3.3 pure construction cost of engineering works 3.4 pure construction cost of the infrastructure used by railways 3.5 pure construction costs of roads and paths, as well as the equipment for a federal waterway and other navigable waters 3.6 sharing the costs for demolition , Makeshift conditions, operating difficulties, diversion measures at bridges 3.7 sharing the cost of demolition, makeshift conditions, diversion measures for roads and paths 3.8 composition and cost of entertainment 3.8.1 entertainment cost of civil engineering works 3.8.2 maintenance costs of the infrastructure used by railways 3.8.3 maintenance costs of roads and paths, as well as the equipment for a federal waterway and other navigable waters 3.8.4 winter service 3.9 energy costs 3.10 administrative costs Chapter 4 tables of theoretical useful lives and the percentages of annual maintenance costs table 1 bridge table 2 tunnel table 3 trough buildings table 4 retaining structures table 5
Noise control structures table 6 other engineering structures table 7 routes of railroads table 8 superstructure of roads and paths table 9 drainage of roads and paths table 10 equipment of roads and as well as a federal waterway and other navigable waters table 11 railings, fences, walls, embankment fortifications on roads and paths Chapter 1 terms 1.1 structural systems engineering works, routes of railways and roads and paths are as structural plants referred , regardless of whether it is a building or part of a building.
1.2 building part, component is any breakdown of an engineering plant with building part, any subdivision of a route from railways, referred to a road or a path part.
1.3 engineering structures include bridges, tunnels, trough buildings, retaining structures, sound-proof structures and other civil engineering works to the civil engineering works.
1.4 bridges bridges are divided typically into bottom and superstructures. To the bridges, which are subdivided in under - and superstructures, frame-like structures, vaults, as well as corrugated steel pipe including the respective wing walls and foundations.
Abutment including hollow abutment (resolved abutment used for the implementation of roads), wing walls, columns, supports including protection facilities (impact Sockets, impact beams), pylons including the respective foundations, waterproofing and building drainage are 1.5 units of bridges to the foundations of bridges. Among other things also anchor body, rope and cable suspensions include pylons.
The load-bearing structure including bearings, track transitions, seals with protective coatings, caps, protective devices such as curbs, Upstands, barriers, protective walls, protection thresholds, impact socket, railings, balustrades, facilities for splash protection, anti-glare, touch protection of railways with electrical catenary, include 1.6 superstructures of bridges to the buildings of bridges noise, snow fences and sheds, equipment such as operational lighting, automated facilities and sightseeing facilities and building drainage. Not the above-ground drainage channels in addition to the roadway and the bays of inlet part of flyovers for building drainage.
The buildings at Eisenbahnüberführungen include derailment protection, Rails extracts and devices for the connection of the tracks with the buildings.
1.7 Rahmenartige belong to the frame-like structures structures closed, bottom open frames and comparable frame constructions.
1.8 other parts of building bridges to the other parts of the building of bridges include protective earthing equipment, overhead line equipment (without masts and booms) and other anchors of cables, contact safety and equipment derailment protection.
1.9 tunnels are made in closed (mining) or open construction tunnel. In an open design created structures are considered only from a specific length tunnel: for railways from 250 m for roads from 80 m shorter buildings include the bridges.
1.10 trough structures trough accomplishments include those from pile walls, diaphragm walls, reinforced concrete and steel sheet pile wall.
1.11 retaining structures include the supporting structures retaining walls and other supporting structures.
Noise protection accomplishments include 1.12 noise construction noise barriers and noise steep ramparts, as well as their foundations.
1.13 other civil engineering works including signage, signal delivery, signal bridge and culverts traffic sign bridges, the other civil engineering works.
1.14 routes of railroads to the infrastructure of railways are primarily gravel bed, railway sleepers, Rails, turnouts, fixed roads, drainage, railings, fences, walls and embankment fortifications, service walkways required formations including the level crossing safety installations.
For overhead contact line systems and signal equipment, the values of the theoretical useful life of m and the percentages are p agree the annual maintenance costs in individual cases. The values m and p of the roads and paths are decisive for drainage systems, railings, fences, walls and embankment fortifications.
1.15 roads and paths
Superstructure, drainage, equipment as well as railings, fences, walls and embankment fortifications including the necessary foundations for roads and paths.
1.16 superstructure of roads and paths to the superstructure of roads and paths include base layers, asphalt binder course, surface layers, ceiling from concrete, finishes, plaster ceiling, fixtures of pedestrian and cycle paths, curbs.
1.17 drainage of roads and paths for drainage of roads and paths include the drainage facilities within the road body, piping to the water, pipe culverts, pipes for waste water, pressure pipelines with pumping equipment, drainage piping, drainage basins, ditches, hollows, street drains, inspection manholes, drain shafts, manhole covers, mechanical sedimentation tank, reservoirs, overflow and light liquid separator and whose mechanical installations.
Marking systems in particular, road restraint systems, protective walls, traffic signs, Delineators, street lighting, traffic signals and traffic influencing systems include 1.18 equipment of roads and paths to the equipment of roads and paths.
Tail, leading poles, dolphin, tailings piles and marine are 1.19 equipment by Federal waterway and other navigable waters to the equipment on a federal waterway.
Chapter 2 calculation, capitalization 2.1 replacement amount the individual parts of the building have a different theoretical service life and require different maintenance costs. Therefore in principle separate calculations must be placed for these parts.
To the administrative simplification the building parts listed under point 1.5 with the table values relevant for the pedestal (Chapter 4, table 1, point 1.1) be replaced 1 consistently and 2 superstructure of the building parts listed under section 1.6 with the for the uniformly replaced relevant table values (table 1, Chapter 4, paragraph 1.2), if this building parts are created simultaneously with the bridge. § 2 paragraph 1 number 3 of regulation over crossing facilities in the wake of federal trunk roads by December 2, 1975 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 2984) remains unaffected.
When calculating the repayment amounts for bridges, routes (rail) and roads (road) are not separately to replace. In cases where the maintenance load of the bridge and the road is different Erhaltungspflichtigen, the separate replacement is requested by one of the parties to carry out.
Other building parts are replaced only then separately, if they are subsequently added to the bridges or to settle in the new building as individual building parts are, as is the case with protective earthing systems on road bridges due to their affiliation with the railway system (article 14 paragraph 3 of the railway crossing Act).
Earth buildings (ramps) are for driveways and roads not to settle.
Structure and operational and transportation equipment are separated to replace road tunnel.
2.2 maintenance costs are the costs of maintenance on the basis of a permanent conservation duty to determine. A temporary maintenance obligation consists in special cases this is appropriately taken into account in determining the cost of.
2.3 calculation formulas (1) which are capitalized cost (S) to be determined according to the formula: (2) the repayment amount (A) the cost is to be determined according to the formula: (3) separate identification of certain areas of the cost of: the formula of calculating the capitalized cost (E), which is set, consists of the share of the capitalized cost of renewal (EE) and the capitalized costs of maintenance for the renewal cost (EE) in the can the share for the capitalized annual maintenance costs (EU) expansion of the below first Addend with qm - 1 Share of the capitalized cost of the next renewal (E näe), that first renewal after the separation agreement, and the percentage of capitalized costs for further renovations are expanded. For the expenses of the other renovations is, after n so at the time of the first renewal according to the separation agreement, expressed mathematically by multiplying the equation with qn, an amount of EUR available. After m, an amount of euros available is years, so at the time of the second renewal according to the separation agreement, mathematically expressed by multiplying the equation with qm. Ke is taken, so that is the same amount as after the first renewal available again and further renewals can be paid with interest.
(4) to identify of an open-ended obligation of entertainment: an open-ended commitment of entertainment capitalized annual cost-of-EU can be inferred by following approach: capital EU must yield an interest income that covers the ongoing annual maintenance costs: (5) determine of a time-limited commitment of entertainment: at a time only limited maintenance obligation for t years the calculation rule for the capitalised annual maintenance costs arises (E tu) by looking at a deferred savings model with the time horizon t : Through the transition t → ∞, the formula for the open-ended commitment of entertainment resulting in turn.
(6) in the formulas, the calculation elements have the following meaning: variable meaning dimension A replacement amount of cost of euro E capitalized cost Euro Ealt capitalized cost of the old structural system euro Eneu capitalized cost of the new building facility euro Ke renovation costs of the structural system euro Ku costs of the structural system, that determining the capitalized cost of entertainment based to lay are Euro z q interest factor of capitalisation interest rate of capitalisation of one hundred [-] m theoretical life of the fictional building asset years n remaining useful life : Number of years from the time of maturity of the detachment until the next due theoretical renewal of the old existing structural system years p annual maintenance costs of the fictional building plant in hundred parts of Ku costs per cent E tu temporally limited maintenance costs of t years Euro t time of Entertainment Limited's commitment to use 2.4 applicable interest rate which is interest rate z years with 4 per cent.
2.5 theoretical useful life of the theoretical service life m of building parts and components begins with the year of traffic-ready completion of the structural system. If already building parts or components have been replaced, the year of the last renewal applies to them.
The theoretical service life is an experience value for the possible useful life of a structural system, a part of the structure or component and is to apply regardless of the actual length of use in calculating replacement.
2.6 remaining useful life the life n is independent of the actual condition of the structural system always the number of years from the time of the detachment until the next due theoretical renewal. After the theoretical service life, the remaining useful life with null is to apply.
Will the cost of renewal referred to in point 3.1 a substructure and superstructure articulated bridge in the fictitious design, for example, a frame building replaced, so is a common life of the remaining useful life of substructure and superstructure to derive.
2.7 tables m theoretical useful lives and the percentages p the annual maintenance costs of the engineering works are laid down in Chapter 4 of the tables 1 to 6.
The values are applicable to movable bridges according to table 1 not easily. M to be applied in this theoretical useful lives and the percentage p of annual maintenance costs require, where appropriate, special agreement.
The theoretical useful lives m and the percentages p the annual maintenance costs of the routes of railways, roads and paths, as well as the equipment of a federal waterway and other navigable waters are laid down in Chapter 4 of the tables 7 to 11.
Chapter 3 costing 3.1 the renewal cost the cost of renewal (KE) was determined on the basis of fictitious designs. In the case of the initial production of a structural system, create a fictional design for the future renewal. In the case of the modification of an existing building installation, two fictional designs are required, of which one for the future renewal of the existing structural system and the other for the future renewal of the modified building installation to set up is. In each the price level at the time of the separation and the structures with the existing dimensions in a usual at the time of the separation, economic construction be adopted.
If the future Erhaltungspflichtige is not an entrepreneur within the meaning of the law on turnover tax (such as federal as road construction), are to be cost, if it is to business services, to use the gross cost. Future Erhaltungspflichtige is business within the meaning of the law on turnover tax, the calculation on the basis of net cost is making.
Services are to set aside on the basis of subcontractor services. As far as shares of the cost of renewal instead of subcontractor services can be determined, are these shares of the cost in a suitable manner to prove.
The creation costs of maintenance contracts are bound, at traffic signals should be to determine the replacement cost on the basis of market prices.
Proceeds from the exploitation or the value of unused parts of the building and existing substances are put off by the cost.
All one-time costs that are incurred only when creating or changing, however in a subsequent renewal does not come back (such as elevation of tracks, cut roads, excavation of the transport space, pile foundations, ramps) are not to take into account in determining the renewal cost (KE) and therefore in the detachment.
3.2 composition of the renovation costs consist of the renewal cost (KE) of structural systems the pure construction cost according to point 3.3 to paragraph 3.5, the cost of demolition, makeshift conditions, operating difficulties, diversion measures and backup items. Renewal costs include the management costs referred to in paragraph 3.10.
The cost of renewal, the costs for the demolition refer to each on the to be fictional structure and not on the old existing building. The old existing building serves only the determination of the remaining useful life.
The pure construction cost of engineering works include the expenses for the production of all building parts that belong to the ongoing inventory of engineering structures 3.3 pure construction cost of engineering works. These are in particular the cost of related earth moving work, incorporations, concrete work, steel construction, corrosion protection, waterproofing and building drainage. These include, the cost of Falsework with the exception of the reverse thrust cars (number 3.6), trench shoring, dewatering, construction site set-up and-räumung the costs for the preparation of execution documents (in particular static calculations, design and working drawings, building ground investigations).
The pure construction costs of the infrastructure used by railways include 3.4 pure construction cost of the infrastructure used by railways in addition to the expenses for the infrastructure components within the meaning of point 1.14, the costs apportioned on the construction of the route for construction site set-up and-räumung, as well as the costs for the preparation of execution documents.
3.5 pure construction costs of roads and paths, as well as the equipment for a federal waterway and other navigable waters that include construction costs of roads and paths, as well as the equipment for a federal waterway and other navigable waters in addition to the expenses for the road and path components within the meaning of point 1.16 to 1.19, construction site set-up and clearance costs attributable to the construction of roads and paths.
The costs for building site facilities and-räumung are considered 1.16 to 1.18 through a surcharge of 8 per cent for the costs of construction dewatering and Flatwork in Flatwork in accordance with point 1.16 by a surcharge of 4 per cent for terrestrial, referred to in point, unless they are included in the costs of legacy services.
3.6 distribution of costs for cancellation, appeal States, operating difficulties, diversion measures for bridge construction works in civil engineering works are the cost of demolition and for necessary during the next renewal to maintain transport makeshift State including the reverse thrust railways operating handicaps of railways, diversion measures on base, and superstructure and to distribute backup post according to the proportions of this structure parts to the construction costs.
3.7 distribution of costs for cancellation, appeal States, diversion measures in roads and paths for roads and paths are the costs for the recording or taking part of the old superstructure as well as the cost of necessary during the next renewal to maintain transport makeshift conditions and redirection measures in relation to divide the thickness of the layers for renewal on this.
3.8 composition and calculation of maintenance costs the annual maintenance costs are blanket percentages p established by Ku and capitalized. The price level at the time of replacement is decisive for the calculation of maintenance costs. Point 3.1 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
The base of Ku, which determine the capitalised maintenance costs after number 3.8.1 to number. to use 3.8.3 is, is composed of the costs of the construction according to point 3.3-point 3.5 and the eligible administrative costs.
The maintenance costs take into account all expenses which are necessary so that the structures can achieve the theoretical service life. In addition, the entertainment costs include expenses for ongoing monitoring including building inspections, as well as for temporary conditions, operating difficulties and redirection measures, incurred in this context.
3.8.1 include maintenance costs of engineering works to the maintenance costs of the bridges in particular the expenses for replacement of bearings, replacement of seals and railings, the Elimination of legislative differences, squeezing out joints and repair of exterior surfaces, caps and protective devices.
3.8.2 maintenance costs of the infrastructure used by railways to the maintenance costs of the infrastructure used by railways in particular expenses include entertainment of the infrastructure components referred to in paragraph 1.14 paragraph 1 3.8.3 for the entertainment of the track maintenance costs of roads and paths, as well as the equipment for a federal waterway and other navigable waters for the upkeep of roads and paths, as well as the equipment for a federal waterway and other navigable waters include in particular expenses , the associated drainage and equipment.
The maintenance costs for roads and paths contain also the expenses for their cleaning.
3.8.4 winter service the replacement of winter service tasks is due to the extraordinary diversity of individual cases not included in this regulation.
3.9 energy costs conditional on the costs due to the complex energy consumption, how about at level crossings and lights, are not included in the annual maintenance costs. The effort of the year is to capitalize on the calculation rule for entertainment costs in point 2.3 and slamming the entertainer. Article 15, paragraph 3 of the railway crossing Act remain unaffected.
In calculating the capitalized energy costs in accordance with the second Addend of the formula in section 2.3 the reference size Ku to the effort one year plus administrative costs amounting to 10 per cent of this expenditure referred to in point 3.10. Instead of p is a value of 100.
3. 10 administrative costs administrative costs in the amount of 10 per cent of the costs referred to in point 3.3 to 3.7 in particular the costs for preparatory work, drafts, editing award-tire construction design, the public procurement of construction works, testing of static calculations and the execution plans, obtaining official permits, construction supervision (supervision) and supervision (building control), as well as the position of testing and measuring instruments, measuring vehicles , Paid help vehicles for construction supervision and construction management and vehicle for the test load and other administrative tasks including billing and cash service.
In addition, the expenses for environmental impact assessments, landscape monitoring plans, technical noise calculations as well as the creation and verification of calculations of the replacement amounts of of cost of are paid.
Chapter 4 tables of theoretical useful lives and the percentages of annual maintenance costs table 1 bridge No. No. building part theoretical useful life m [years] annual entertainment cost p [per cent] 1 2 3 4 1 Bridge 1.1 substructures (abutment including wing walls, pillars, columns, pylons, each including start-ups) 1.1.1 from masonry, concrete, reinforced concrete 110 0.5 1.1.2 from pile walls, diaphragm walls 90 0.5 1.1.3 from steel sheet pile wall 18.104.22.168 without corrosion protection 50 0.6 22.214.171.124 with corrosion protection 70 0.5 1.1.4 steel 100 0.8 1.1.5 from wood 50 2.0 1.2 superstructures (bar , Plates, sheets, box section) 1.2.1 reinforced concrete 70 0.8 1.2.2 of prestressed concrete 126.96.36.199 with internal tensioning members 70 1.3 188.8.131.52 external clamping units 70 1.1 1.2.3 from steel 100 1.5 1.2.4 from steel concrete composite 184.108.40.206 steel structures with concrete slab 70 1.2 220.127.116.11 rolling carrier in concrete 100 0.8 18.104.22.168 steel girders in concrete in the double composite 100 0.6 1.2.5 from wood 22.214.171.124 for pedestrian and cycle paths (not protected) 30 2.5 126.96.36.199 for pedestrian and cycle paths (protected main structure) 60 2.0 188.8.131.52 for roads (protected main structure) 60 2.0 1.3
Frame-like structures (including foundations and wing walls) 1.3.1 reinforced concrete 70 0.8 1.3.2 of prestressed concrete 70 1.2 1.3.3 steel 100 1.5 1.4 Vault (including foundations) 1.4.1 from masonry, concrete 130 0.6 1.4.2 reinforced concrete 110 0.5 1.5 corrugated steel pipe 70 0.8 1.6 other building parts 1.6.1 protection earthing equipment contact Rails, iron fence rail, lines 30 5.0 1.6.2
Driving management facilities and other anchor lines on road bridges lines of railway (including contact wire hangers) 30 5.0 1.6.3 contact defences 184.108.40.206 protection reinforced concrete slabs of 30 0.8 220.127.116.11 protection plate steel 30 1.2 18.104.22.168 elevation of railings and complete covering of railing parts 30 1.5 1.6.4 derailment protection 20 1.0 table item No. 2 tunnel No. building part theoretical useful life m [years] annual entertainment cost p [per cent] 1 2 3 4 2 tunnel 2.1 manufacturing in closed construction 2.1.1 with drainage systems 130 0.9 2.1.2 without drainage systems 130 0.6 2.2 production in open construction 90 0.6 2.3 operating technical and transport equipment for road tunnels (lighting, ventilation, safety devices, central systems, variable message signs for dynamic speed limits and lane signalling, barriers (before the tunnel portal), etc.)
20 2.0 table 3 trough buildings item No. No. building part theoretical useful life m [years] annual entertainment cost p [per cent] 1 2 3 4 3 trough buildings 3.1 reinforced concrete 110 0.5 3.2 from pile walls, diaphragm walls 90 0.5 3.3 from steel sheet pile wall 70 0.5 table 4 retaining structures item No. No. building part theoretical useful life m [years] annual entertainment cost p [per cent] 1 2 3 4 4 retaining structures 4.1 walls of 4.1.1 from masonry, concrete, reinforced concrete 110 0.5 4.1.2 from pile walls, diaphragm walls 90 0.5 4.1.3 from steel sheet pile wall, Trägerbohlwänden 70 0.5 4.2 other supporting constructions 4.2.1 from soil-filled molded, cross-linked Earth material 60 1.0 4.2.2 from wire mesh baskets (gabions) stone filled 50 0.2 table 5 soundproof buildings item No. No. building part theoretical useful life m [years] annual entertainment cost p [per cent] 1 2 3 4 5 sound-proof structures 5.1 start-ups 100 0 5.2 barriers 5.2.1 concrete 60 1.0 5.2.2 wooden 30 1.0 5.2.3 from acrylic or glass 30 1.0 5.2.4 from aluminium 40 1.0 5.3 noise steep ramparts 60 1.0 table 6 other engineering works item No. No. building part theoretical useful life m [years] annual entertainment cost p [per cent] 1 2 3 4 6 other engineering works 6.1 traffic sign bridges (including signage) 30 5.0 6.2 culverts from masonry, concrete, reinforced concrete, corrugated steel 70 0.8 6.3 tail 30 4.0 table 7 routes of railways no. No. component theoretical useful life m [years] annual entertainment cost p [per cent] 1 2 3 4 7 routes from railways 7.1 gravel bed, railway sleepers, rail 30 4.0 7.2 soft 20 5.0 7.3 fixed roads 60 1.0 7.4 fasteners on level crossings 7.4.1 heavy fixtures 30 2.0 7.4.2 medium fixtures 20 4.0 7.4.3 remaining fixtures 20 6.0 7.5 backups on crossings 7.5.1 signs of light barriers 30 4.0 7.5.2 light signal 30 3.0 7.5.3 electrical barriers 35 4.0 7.5.4 other shut-off devices 25 2.0 table 8 track by roads and tracks item No. No. part theoretical useful life m [years] annual entertainment cost p [per cent] 1 2 3 4 8 superstructure of roads and paths 8.1 sub-bases 8.1.1 without Binder 80 0 8.1.2 with hydraulic binders 35 0 8.1.3 asphalt 40 0 8.2 asphalt binder course 20 0 8.3 8.3.1 asphalt concrete, stone mastic asphalt 15 2.0 topcoats 8.3.2 of mastic asphalt 25 1.5 8.3.3 of porous asphalt 10 3.0 8.4 ceiling from concrete 30 1.5 8.5 asphalt construction - structural conservation 8.5.1 surface treatments 6 3.0 8.5.2 thin Asphalt surface layer 8 2.0 8.6 plaster ceiling (including extra beds) 8.6.1 for driving traffic areas 25 3.0 8.6.2 for areas with predominantly stationary traffic, pedestrian zones 60 0.5 8.7 fortifications of sidewalks, bike paths 25 2.5 8.8 rural ways 8.8.1 Foundation layers 35 0 8.8.2 sub-bases 22.214.171.124 without Binder 100 0 126.96.36.199 with hydraulic binders 35 0 188.8.131.52 from asphalt 40 0 8.8.3 wearing layers of asphalt, asphalt track routes 25 2.0 8.8.4 hydraulically bound wearing layers , Concrete track routes 25 1.5 8.8.5 topcoats 184.108.40.206 without Binder 25 5.0 220.127.116.11 with hydraulic binders 30 1.5 18.104.22.168 asphalt 35 2.0 22.214.171.124 concrete 40 1.0 8.8.6 plaster ceiling (including extra beds) 30 1.5 8.9 curbs 8.9.1 stone 80 0.5 8.9.2 concrete 40 0.5 table 9 drainage of roads and trails No. No. component theoretical useful life m [years] annual entertainment cost p [per cent] 1 2 3 4 9 drainage of roads and drainage facilities within the road body 80 0.5 because 9.1 9.2 piping to the water, pipe culverts 80 2.0 9.3 piping for sewage 9.3.1 from stoneware 100 2.0 9.3.2 from ductile casting 80 1.0 9.3.3 from concrete, steel, plastic 60 2.0 9.4 pressure pipelines with pumping equipment 9.4.1 penstocks 50 1.0 9.4.2 pump stations (mechanical and electrical) 15 2.0 9.5 seepage piping 60 2.0 9.6
Ditches, depressions 50 5.0 9.7 Street drains, inspection manholes, drain shafts, shaft - covers 50 1.0 9.8 mechanical sedimentation tanks, retention basins, overflow pool, seepage pool, light liquid separator 9.8.1 concrete 60 1.0 9.8.2 as earth building 90 2.0 9.9 mechanical installations in light liquid separators 25 2.5 table 10 equipment of roads and as well as a federal waterway and other navigable waters item No. No. component theoretical useful life m [years] annual entertainment cost p [per cent] 1 2 3 4 10 equipment of roads and paths, as well as Federal Water streets and other navigable waters 10.1 not prefabricated marking systems 10.1.1 colors 10.1.1.1 for heavily burdened streets 1 0 10.1.1.2 for weak bedeviled roads 3 0 10.1.2 high-solid dispersions, reactive materials, thermoplastic materials 10.1.2.1 for heavily burdened streets 2 0 10.1.2.2 loaded for weak road 4 0 10.2 prefabricated marking systems (films) 10.2.1 for heavily burdened streets 4
0 10.2.2 weak bedeviled roads 7 0 10.3 road restraint systems 10.3.1 steel crash barriers 30 0.5 10.3.2 protection walls made of concrete, steel 40 2.0 10.4 10.4.1 signs road signs (including mounting devices) - also for shipping 10.4.1.1 to 1 m2 10 3.0 10.4.1.2 over 1 m2 15 3.0 10.4.2 radar reflectors (for shipping) 30 3.0 10.5 delineator posts, etc.
10.5.1 delineator posts on roads and paths 10 10.0 10.5.2 guiding poles, Dolphin and tailings piles in the area of Federal waterway and other navigable waters 15 5.0 10.6 street lights 30 1.0 10.7 lighting signal system 10.7.1 Signalmaste 30 4.0 10.7.2 signal transmitter 20 4.0 10.7.3 signal control unit 15 4.0 10.7.4 cable 30 0 10.7.5 raceways 50 0 10.7.6 induction loops 7 0 10.7.7 infrared detectors 15 0 10.8 transport beeinflussung systems 15 6.0 table 11 railing , Fences, walls, embankment fortifications on roads and trails No. No. part theoretical useful life m [years] annual entertainment cost p [per cent] 1 2 3 4 11 railings, fences, walls, embankment fortifications, roads and paths 11.1 railing (not on civil engineering works) 11.1.1 steel 50 1.2 11.1.2 aluminium 50 0.6 11.1.3 from wood 20 2.5 11.2 fences 11.2.1 with wooden posts 15 2.0 11.2.2 with concrete posts, steel posts 30 1.5 11.2.3 game protection fences 20 5.0 11.2.4 Antiglare fences 30 2.0 11.2.5 rockfall protection fences with net 50 3.0 11.3 walls , Bounds out of masonry, concrete, reinforced concrete 110 0.5 11.4 embankment fortifications 11.4.1 from patch 110 0.5 11.4.2 off Lawn (including topsoil) 100 8.0
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