Road User Charges Electronic System Of Charging For The Use Of Mutual Arrangements

Original Language Title: Ceļu lietotāju maksājumu elektronisko iekasēšanas sistēmu savstarpējās izmantošanas kārtība

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 151 in Riga in 2007 (27 February. No 16 34) road user charges electronic system of charging for the use of the mutual agenda, Issued in accordance with the law "on the road" article fifth 1. down the road user charges electronic tolling systems in use. 2. the rules apply to all types of electronic payment collection all national roads that are part of the trans-European road network, as well as to a variety of structures such as tunnels, bridges and ferries, with the exception of: 2.1 electronic road user charging system of payments that do not require vehicle mounted equipment;
2.2. small, only local user payment collection system. 3. All new electronic tolling system (which passes from the tation! after 1 January 2007) uses the following technologies: 3.1 satellite positioning;
3.2. mobile telephones using global positioning system (GPS) and General Packet Radio Service (GPRS). 4. Electronic collection system installations meet the following pamatkritēr the ERS: 4.1 system equipment is interchangeable, so that they can easily incorporate technology and what comm system improvements;
4.2. the electronic equipment is adequate for future road user cost recovery policy development of mu;
4.3. the equipment is interoperable and supports data transmission together with all systems operating in other Member States and the European Union which use that technology (one or both). 5. the equipment installed by the vehicle, may also be applied to other technology strategy or connect to the vehicle's electronic tachograph, if it does not create an additional burden for users. 6. Using the electronic collection service, satisfies the following requirements: 6.1 Introduction implement appropriate specific work procedures: 6.1.1 subscription;
6.1.2. the operating instructions;
6.1.3. installation to install the equipment and vehicles to;
6.1.4. transaction processing recovery items or continuous charged away;
6.1.5. transaction data recovery procedures, equipment failure or malfunction;
6.1.6. the control system;
6.1.7. the invoicing and collection of the amount due;
6.1.8. warranty service;
6.1.9. help customers;
6.2. the vehicles shall be issued on-site equipment and ground equipment description of existing functions, specifies the technical specifications and the limits that must be observed;
6.3. provide specifications for installation in vehicles;
6.4. provides accurate transaction algorithms;
6.5. provide data and data exchange formats between the equipment installed on the vehicle and the equipment installed on the ground;
6.6. ensure the availability of equipment installed in the vehicle according to the demand of all users;
6.7. provide the inspection procedures for on-site equipment vehicles and road edges install the technical operation of the machines and their settings. Informative reference to European Union Directive provisions included in the law arising from the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004, Directive 2004/52/EC on road user tax electronic tolling system interoperability in the community. Prime Minister a. Halloween traffic instead of the Minister-children and Family Affairs Minister a. Baštik in