Rules On The European Railway System Interoperability

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par Eiropas dzelzceļa sistēmu savstarpēju izmantojamību

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 1025 in Riga in 2006 (19 December. No. 68, § 13) the rules on European railway interoperability of the system Issued under the law "on conformity assessment" article 7 of the law, article 43 of the third paragraph and paragraph 10 of the transitional provisions of i. General questions 1. European rail system interoperability. 2. the terms used in the rules: 2.1. verification of the subsystem-the procedure whereby a notified body checks subsystem to certify that it complies with these rules and regulations of the railway sector regulatory requirements and may be put into operation;
2.2. existing rail system-the existing railway system, infrastructure-track and fixed installations, as well as to the category and origin of any rolling stock on that infrastructure;
2.3. the designer-the merchant or someone to develop the interoperability constituents or subsystems of the technical solutions used in production or maintenance;
2.4. the manufacturer-merchant who manufactures the interoperability components. Even the manufacturer may also be the designer;
2.5. interface-a set of functions of the subsystem that provides direct interaction with other subsystems to perform all the necessary operational and technical requirements;
2.6. interoperability constituent-any details, the detail group, part of the node or node, which is included in or is intended for inclusion in the subsystem and from directly or indirectly dependent on the European railway system interoperability. Interoperability constituents may be material things or materials (e.g., software). Interoperability components can also be applied to other sectors, but when used for railway purposes, those specific requirements;
2.7. interoperability requirements-the conditions which must be fulfilled in respect of the European rail system, subsystems and interoperability constituents including interfaces (annex 1);
2.8. the supervisory authority, the authority shall take decisions on the authorisation of the subsystem to operate the railway system, as well as conduct market surveillance, to use only these provisions under the interoperability constituents. 3. the requirements set out in these provisions refers to a referred to in chapter II European conventional rail system (subsystem or part subsystem) design, construction, operation, upgrading (significant transformations, which improves the overall performance of the subsystem), restoration (significant replacement jobs that do not change the overall performance of the subsystem), operation and maintenance, which are put into service in accordance with the procedure laid down in these rules, as well as to the operating and maintenance staff involved in vocational training and staff health and safety conditions. 4. the requirements laid down in these provisions shall also apply to the trans-European high-speed rail system, which is a network of lines and fixed installations, which built or upgraded so that they can move through the railway law, as well as rolling stock for such infrastructure, being subsystems and interoperability constituents. 5. the requirements laid down in these provisions shall not apply to: 5.1. infrastructure and rolling stock, used only for domestic purposes, keep as a historical object, or used for tourism, as well as to the infrastructure that are functionally separate from the rest of the rail system;
5.2. rail lines, of which the construction or modernisation of the proposed before the technical specifications for interoperability (TSIs), as well as the entry into force of any subsystem in its end stage of development or the subject of the contract in the course of operation;
5.3. the projects concerning the renewal or upgrading of an existing line, when the infrastructure parameters (dimensions, track width, the distance between the tracks, or electrical voltage) to the corresponding interoperability technical specifications are not compatible with those of the existing line;
5.4. conceived of an existing track renewal, extension or upgrading, if appropriate the technical specification of interoperability application threatens the economic viability of the project and (or) the compatibility of the rail system;
5.5. where, following an accident or a natural disaster economic or technical reasons, the rail network renewal conditions do not allow for partial or total application of the relevant technical specifications for interoperability;
5.6. the rolling stock that runs from or to third countries, if the width of the track is different from 1435 mm track width. 6. the requirements of this regulation the appropriate railway infrastructure allowed to use also the rolling stock, which is in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 5 shall not apply the requirements of this regulation. 7. the European rail system, subsystems and interoperability constituents, including interfaces, must comply with the relevant provisions of the annex, these essential requirements. 8. compliance of an interoperability constituent requirements determined during the evaluation in accordance with the provisions of Chapter VI. Subsystem conformity with the essential requirements determined by the verification in accordance with Chapter VII of these regulations. II. The European conventional railway system 9. European conventional railway system after achieving interoperability in the European transport network infrastructure created or upgraded for conventional rail transport or combined rail transport, plus the rolling stock designed for the use of such infrastructure. 10. in the light of the provisions of paragraph 5 of these conditions, the European conventional rail system shall include the railway infrastructure in the following railway line: 10.1. country-girl-Jelgava-Riga-lugazˇi-State border;
10.2. Riga-Krustpils;
Jelgava-Liepaja 10.3;
10.4 the Jelgava-Ventspils;
Jelgava-Krustpils 10.5;
10.6. Jēkabpils-Rēzekne;
10.7. Krustpils-Daugavpils;
10.8.-Rēzekne-kārsava Daugavpils-eglaine-State border;
10.9. Daugavpils – Indra;
10.10. Rezekne-Zilupe. 11. infrastructure for interoperability in the fall traffic management, tracking and navigation systems-data processing, technical equipment and telecommunications intended for long-distance passenger and freight transport in the rail network, in order to ensure the safe and coherent functioning and efficient traffic management. 12. the trans-European conventional rail system shall include the rolling stock-locomotives, wagons, motorvilcien, multiple units, driven pašgājējvagon, road repair machinery, cranes and other machinery and mechanisms for its technical characteristics, the ability to move or moves on Rails across the European conventional rail network, or part of it. III. 13. Subsystem rail system broken down into the following sub systems: 13.1 13.1.1. structural subsystem: infrastructure;
13.1.2. energy supply;
13.1.3. the control-command and signalling;
13.1.4. traffic operation and management;
13.1.5. rolling stock;
13.2. the functional subsystems: 13.2.1. applications;
13.2.2. maintenance. 14. the infrastructure subsystem includes the track, points, engineering structures (such as bridges, tunnels), infra structure of the station (such as platforms, zones of access, including that the needs of persons with reduced mobility), safety and protective equipment. 15. Power supply subsystem includes the electrification system, overhead line and power supply device. 16. The control-command and signalling subsystem shall include all the equipment necessary for the safety, as well as train traffic management, which allowed the use of the rail network. 17. Traffic operation and management subsystem includes the working techniques and equipment that provides different structural subsystems of coordinated action in the normal and smooth mode, including train driving, traffic planning and management, as well as the professional qualifications required for cross-border services. 18. The rolling stock subsystem shall include any equipment, structure and train control system, as well as traction and energy conversion units, braking, coupling mechanisms and the rolling stock (such as carts, axes), suspension, doors, man and machine interfaces (driver, on-board staff and passengers, including equipment needed for persons with reduced mobility), passive and active means of protection and accessories of passenger and train health staff. 19. use the remote subsystem include: 19.1. telematic applications for passenger services, including systems providing passengers with information before and during the journey, ordering and payment systems, luggage management and management of connections between trains, taking into account harmonization with other trans port;

19.2. the remote use of freight services, including information systems (real-time monitoring of freight and trains), marshalling and allocation systems, ordering, payment and invoicing systems, management of connections with other modes of transport and production of electronic accompanying documents. 20. The maintenance subsystem includes the work practices, equipment to be used, logistics centres for maintenance and backup, which enables you to perform the required repairs and preventive maintenance to ensure the interoperability of the rail system and the required permeability. IV. Technical specifications for interoperability 21. Interoperability technical specifications define the subsystems and interoperability constituents of the operational and technical characteristics, requirements and interactions with other subsystems. Each of the subsystems one technical specifications for interoperability. In some cases, the subsystem will be subject to a number of technical specifications for interoperability, as well as one of the technical specification for interoperability relating to multiple sub systems. 22. Railway Company or institution (for example, infrastructure manager, carrier, maintenance, or repair company) that use the interoperability constituents or subsystems (hereinafter user) during the use of the subsystem, the compliance with technical specifications for interoperability. 23. each of the technical specification for interoperability in the State: 23.1. its scope (the rail network or portion of a rolling stock subsystem or part subsystem);
23.2. the essential requirements for each subsystem concerned and its interfaces with other subsystems;
23.3. the operating and technical specifications to be followed in relation to the bottom of the system and its interfaces with other sub systems (in some cases, these specifications depending on the use of the subsystem is different);
23.4. the interoperability constituents and interfaces which must be covered by European specifications;
14.6. the procedures to be used in case of conformity of the interoperability constituents or for assessing suitability for use, or for verification of the subsystems;
14.7. the staff of the professional qualifications and health and safety conditions at work required for the specific operation and maintenance of the subsystem, as well as the technical specification of interoperability;
23.7. the technical specification for interoperability relating to the introduction of transition periods. 24. in order to maintain the existing railway system interoperability, each technical specifications for interoperability in specific cases with regard to the infrastructures and rolling stock. For each specific case of the technical interoperability specification defines this rule 23.3 23.4 23.5.,.,. 14.7. and 23.7. requirements referred to in point terms. 25. where the separate technical interoperability specification contains a direct reference to standards or specifications, then these standards or specifications, or parts considered relevant technical specifications for interoperability and the standards or specifications become mandatory from the technical specifications for interoperability application. If the standards or specifications, the technical specifications for interoperability in reference to other well-defined, easily accessible and free to use regulations technical documents used to develop the standards or specifications. 26. If the technical specification for interoperability is that enforcement of the essential requirements to ensure the specific open access, apply laws, regulations, standards and technical documentation, in notificēt in the European Commission. V. 27. Notified Body interoperability constituents and the subsystems for structural compliance with the requirements of this Regulation shall assess the conformity assessment bodies accredited national agency "Latvian National Accreditation Bureau" according to standard EN 45011 "EN: 2004 General requirements for institutions that deal with product certification systems", as well as other authorities of the Member States, for which the Ministry of Economic Affairs has published a notice in the newspaper "Gazette" (further-the notified body). 28. the notified body shall meet the following minimum requirements: 28.1. body, its Director and the staff responsible for the interoperability constituents and the subsystems for conformity assessment, ensure that the work of the institutions do not impress people who have directly with the valuation-related commercial interests;
28.2. the body, its Director and the staff responsible for the interoperability constituents and the subsystems for conformity assessment, is functionally independent of the authorities under these regulations shall take a decision on the entry into service of the subsystem, as well as of authorities issuing railway licences and safety certificates or of the authority responsible for the investigation of accidents;
28.3. the institution has adequate staff and technical equipment to enable it to perform properly the technical and administrative tasks connected with conformity assessment;
28.4. the staff responsible for the interoperability constituents and the subsystems for conformity assessment and attestation procedures are: 28.4.1. appropriate professional and technical training;
28.4.2. sufficient knowledge of inspection procedures and experience in carrying out checks;
28.4.3. skills report, report, report and certificate in design;
28.4.4. knowledge of the interoperability constituents to be assessed and the production technology and subsystems, as well as for damages, which may occur during their use;
28.5. institutions staff remuneration does not depend on the amount of the checks or tests and results;
28.6. the institution shall insure its liability with regard to the results of the work, which it is empowered to make;
17.8. the institution itself carries out all the conformity assessment related to examinations and tests, or pass to one of the conformity assessment tests the service competent subcontractor, taking full responsibility for the results of the inspections;
17.9. the institution of protected property rights, and shall not disclose information which it has received, the conformity assessment with the exception of information that an official request to the supervisory authority, which monitors and controls the rail system of the interoperability constituents and the subsystems. 29. The notified body shall be entitled to assess the interoperability constituents and the subsystems, if it supports that rule 28, paragraph requirements and meet the following criteria: 29.1. the institution is independent of all parties involved and only provide third-party services;
29.2. the body, its Director and the staff responsible for the interoperability constituents and the subsystems for conformity assessment procedures, not the interoperability constituents or subsystems of the designer, manufacturer, supplier, installer or user, or that person's authorized representative. Exchange of technical information between the manufacturer and its authorized representative or the importer is authorized;
29.3. the institution provides its services to all sētaj parties looks on,. The services must not be affected by financial or other discriminatory conditions;

29.4. the institution has sufficient numbers of staff to enable it to carry out all inspection procedures. Vi. compliance of an interoperability constituent 30 assessment of interoperability constituents is allowed to offer the European Union's internal market-sell, or put in use to give to (against or without payment) for use in the railway system if it meets the technical specification of interoperability requirements and the manufacturer, or his authorised representative has drawn up a declaration of conformity. 31. Interoperability constituent conformity assessment shall be carried out by the notified body of the manufacturer or of his authorised representative. 32. Conformity assessment by notified body uses modules of conformity assessment procedures in accordance with the technical specifications for interoperability in those conditions. 33. If the manufacturer or his authorized representative fails to fulfil the obligations arising from the requirements of these provisions, this commitment takes on any person who places interoperability constituents on the market. The same obligations shall assume every person who installs a different origin of the interoperability components and component parts or manufactures interoperability constituents for his own use. 34. the Declaration of conformity certifies that the notified body has been evaluated by one particular component of the interoperability of effective compliance with relevant technical specifications or the suitability for use of the railway system or evaluated the interface in relation to test (mostly functional) technical specifications. 35. In drawing up the interoperability constituents of the Declaration of conformity, the manufacturer or his authorised representative shall apply the relevant interoperability technical specifications conditions laid down. 36. The Declaration of conformity and the accompanying document shall be signed by the competent person who is empowered to take on the obligations of the manufacturer or the manufacturer's authorised representative, and indicating the date of signing. 37. in the Declaration of conformity: 37.1. a reference to these terms or the appropriate European Union directives;
37.2. the manufacturer or his authorised representative, the name or business name and full address;
37.3. Description of interoperability constituent (make, type, for example);
37.4. Description of the procedure followed in order to declare conformity;
37.5. all relevant characteristics that meet the interoperability constituents, in particular its conditions of use;
23.4. the notified body (bodies) of the name, which participated in the conformity assessment procedure, as well as the conformity assessment certificate number, date of issue, expiry date (if applicable) and conditions;
37.7. reference to European specifications, if applicable;
23.5. the signatories of the Declaration message. 38. Where interoperability constituents are in addition to the requirements of this regulation are subject to other requirements of law, Declaration of conformity of the interoperability constituents or indicate compliance with these requirements. 39. Interoperability constituents rail system used for the intended purposes, according to the installed and maintained. Components allowed to be marketed for use outside the railway system. VII. The subsystem verification 40. structural subsystems authorised to be put into service if they are designed, constructed and installed in accordance with the relevant technical specification for interoperability relating to the essential requirements and on their merchant (company) or the institution that ordered the railway system, subsystem or part of the design, construction, modernisation or reconstruction (hereinafter referred to as the client), or the customer's authorized representative shall be drawn up by the Declaration of verification. The Subscriber can also be sub-systems or interoperability constituents. 41. verification of the subsystem, application of technical specifications for interoperability (if any), the notified body carries out the customer or its authorised representative. 42. in the verification of the subsystem, the notified body will use the modules of conformity assessment procedures in accordance with the technical specifications for interoperability in those conditions. 43. in carrying out the verification, the notified body shall check the compatibility of subsystems with also the existing rail system within which they intended to be. 44. checking the conformity of the subsystem with a notified body, evaluate: 44.1. subsystem project;
44.2. the construction of the subsystem (also civil engineering works), the interoperability constituent Assembly and mutual adjustment. 45. monitoring shall be carried out on construction of the subsystem the notified body. The aim of surveillance is to ensure that the subsystem created fulfilment of commitments in accordance with the technical documentation. 46. the staff of the notified bodies have permanent access to building sites, production workshops, storage areas and, where appropriate, prefabrication or testing facilities and any areas to which they should attend the performance of his duties. Contractor or his authorised representative, the notified body shall send the necessary documents (such as the creation of the subsystem plans and technical documentation). 47. The notified body shall periodically carry out surveillance inspection (audit), in order to verify the conformity of the subsystem with the requirements laid down in these provisions, and introduces the surveillance inspection (audit) reports the persons performing the work. If necessary, the notified body shall request the presence of its representatives in certain stages of the works. 48. The notified body representatives allowed to visit the worksite or to the production workshops. During such visits, they take full or partial supervision inspection (audit) and to the Protocol of the visit or the supervisory inspection (audit) report presents the persons performing the work. 49. The notified body before the subsystem is put into service carried out the final inspection of the subsystem, including the verification of the system interfaces on the system in which it is included, on the basis of the relevant technical specification for interoperability and infrastructure and rolling stock registers the information available. 50. where the subsystem meets the requirements of these regulations, the notified body shall issue the Subscriber or his authorized representative verification certificate. 51. The notified body shall be responsible for compiling the technical file. The technical documentation includes papers on the subsystem parameters (if necessary, the documents certifying conformity of the interoperability constituents of the requirements laid down in these rules), the use of the subsystem, under the conditions and within the limits as well as servicing, constant or routine monitoring, adjustment and maintenance instructions. The technical documentation shall be referred to the principal or his authorized representative as verification of the certificate of approval. 52. The client or his authorised representative shall draw up a declaration of verification intended for the preparation of the decision for placing the subsystem into service. In drawing up the Declaration of verification, the contractor or his authorised representative shall apply the relevant interoperability technical specifications conditions laid down. 53. Declaration of verification and the accompanying documents shall be signed by the competent person who is empowered to take on the obligations of the customer or its authorised representative, and indicating the date of signing. 54. Declaration of verification of claims: 54.1. reference to those provisions or relevant European Union directives;
54.2. Subscriber, its authorized representative, the name or business name and full address;
54.3. brief description of the subsystem;
54.4. the notified body (bodies) of the name, which participated in the verification of the subsystem;
54.5. the technical documentation shall contain the list of documents;
54.6. all the relevant provisional or definitive conditions which must be met by the subsystem, as well as, where appropriate, any operating restrictions or conditions;
54.7. period of validity of the Declaration, if it is limited;
News of the Declaration of 54.8. signer. 55. Declaration of verification accompanied by the technical documentation following: 55.1. of infrastructure-building plans approved for excavation and reinforcement of concrete testing and inspection;
55.2. of the other subsystems-overview drawings and detailed drawings in line with execution, electrical and hydraulic diagrams, control-circuit diagrams, description of data-processing and automatic systems, operating and maintenance manuals;
55.3. included in the subsystem interoperability constituents of the enum;
55.4. copies of the Declaration of conformity of the subsystem interoperability constituents and, if necessary, the corresponding calculation notes and a copy of the Protocol for the trials and tests carried out by the notified bodies on the basis of the common technical specifications;

55.5. verification issued by the notified body certificate (together with the corresponding calculation notes), approved by signature and stating that the project complies with the requirements of this Regulation (mentioning any reservations arising from work at the time and still not withdrawn). Visits are attached to the certificate of inspection and monitoring (audit) reports drawn up by the notified body in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 47 and 48. 56. the user declaration of verification and the technical documentation throughout the service life of the subsystem. On request presented to the supervisory authority. VIII. Decision concerning a technical specification for interoperability relating to the application of specific projects Before the construction of the subsystem 57., renewal or upgrading the Subscriber submits the Ministry of transport of the design documentation. 58. The Ministry of transport requires the national railway technical inspection to assess the received documents and to give an opinion on the impact of the project on the rail system interoperability. 59. The Ministry of transport, taking into account the national railway technical inspection and the relevant technical specification for interoperability requirements set out in the strategy for implementing, in the month following receipt of the dossier assesses new operating licences and, if such authorization is required, a decision on the extent to which the project applies the technical specifications for interoperability. The decision taken shall inform the customer in writing. A new operating permit required when the works envisaged an adverse impact on the overall security of the subsystem level. 60. where the design meets the provisions of paragraph 5, in criteria of the Ministry of transport decides not to apply to the project these rules and shall inform the European Commission thereof. IX. Subsystem commissioning and supervision to pass structural 61. subsystem into operation, the principal national railway technical inspection shall be: 61.1. Declaration of verification and the technical documentation;
61.2. If not specified in the Declaration of verification of subsystems is needed to align the 1520 mm track width,-notified body certification of interoperability;
38.1. the information on the procedures that will guarantee the use and maintenance of the subsystems in order according to the essential requirements. 62. National Railway Technical Inspectorate checks the documentation submitted and, if necessary, carry out a review of the principal objects. Where the subsystem meets the requirements of these regulations, the national railway technical inspection shall take a decision on the entry into service of the subsystem. 63. Interoperability constituents for market surveillance and the monitoring of the operation of the subsystem according to the competence of a public railway technical inspection. 64. National Railway technical inspection according to the competency has the right to take the measures necessary to the market and put into service should only interoperability constituents and the subsystems that, according to the manufactured, maintained and used without risk of rail traffic safety. 65. National Railway technical inspection shall take the following measures: 65.1. If in doubt or the subsystem interoperability constituents in compliance with the essential requirements for interoperability or the applicable standard requirements, as well as on the use of standards for accuracy, organize or subsystem interoperability constituents and the notified bodies in accordance with the inspection results, drawing up an opinion on the subsystem or the conformity of the interoperability constituent with the essential requirements for interoperability;
65.2. the Ministry of Economic Affairs reported on identified non-compliant subsystems or of interoperability constituents, as well as administration measures, if the occurrences found, which may be considered systematically observed error of subsystems or of interoperability constituent organisation, construction or manufacturing. The message added that rule 65.1. the results of the checks referred to in (a), as well as the opinion and the effects of non-compliance assessment. 66. The Ministry of economy reported the findings of the European Commission of the non-compliance and measures taken. 67. National Railway technical inspection is entitled at any time to get information from notified body for: 67.1. verification of the applications received;
67.2. issued certificates of compliance;
67.3. refusal to issue a certificate of compliance. Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 March 2001, Directive 2001/16/EC on the interoperability of the trans-European conventional rail system;
2) Council of 23 July 1996 of Directive 96/48/EC on the trans-European high-speed rail system interoperability;
3) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004, Directive 2004/50/EC, amending Council Directive 96/48/EC on the trans-European high-speed rail system interoperability and European Parliament and Council Directive 2001/16/EC on the European conventional railway system interoperability. Prime Minister a. Halloween traffic Minister a. Shlesers attachment Cabinet of 19 December 2006, the Regulation No 1025 interoperability requirements 1. General requirements: 1. Security: security affecting 1.1.1. components (especially the components involved in train movements) designed, manufactured and assembled, as well as their maintenance and monitoring shall be carried out so as to also under adverse conditions would have guaranteed rail network for the purpose of creating an appropriate security level;
1.1.2. ensure the wheel/rail contact parameters compliance with the stability requirements needed in order to guarantee safe movement at the maximum authorised speed.
1.1.3. ensure that components to be treated any possible during operation load or overload. Properly restrict any unexpected failures of the indirect impact on safety;
1.1.4. the design of fixed installations and rolling stock and the choice of materials, provides for the possibility of fire in the event of the occurrence of fire and smoke and spread, as well as the consequences of fire;
1.1.5. any devices intended for use by passengers so designed as not to impair the safe operation of the devices or the health and safety of passengers, if they are used according to the instructions of use not previously expected;
1.2. safety and uptime. Of fixed or movable components that are involved in train movements, the monitoring and maintenance organized, carried out and quantified in such a manner as to ensure that the components of the operation under the intended conditions;
1.3. health: 1.3.1. trains and railway infrastructure materials may not be used, which can pose a health threat to people who come in contact with them;
1.3.2. trains and railway infrastructure materials must be selected, deployed and used in such a way as to restrict the emission of harmful and dangerous fumes or gases, particularly in the event of fire;
1.4. environmental protection: 1.4.1. design stage of the system, assess and take account of the European rail system and the operational impact on the environment; 1.4.2. trains and infrastructure use materials that delays are harmful and dangerous to the environment the emission of fumes or gases when the fire;
1.4.3. the design and manufacture of rolling stock and the energy supply system, ensure electromagnetic compatibility with the installations, equipment and public or private communication systems in order to avoid mutual interference;
1.4.4. operation of the trans-European rail system, comply with the noise control requirements;
1.4.5. operation of the European rail system in a normal state of maintenance should not give rise to an inadmissible level of ground vibrations for the activities and areas close to the infrastructure;
1.5. technical compatibility: 1.5.1 provides the infrastructure and fixed installations of the mutual compatibility of technical parameters, as well as compatibility with the European rail system of the trains to be used;
1.5.2. If the individual stages of the railway network technical compliance with specifications is difficult, may be used to provide temporary solutions, which ensure compatibility in the future.
2. Special requirements for each subsystem: infrastructure: 2.1 2.1.1. safety: 2.1.1.1. take measures to prevent access to the equipment and to prevent arbitrary access to them;
2.1.1.2. take measures that reduce the risk to people, such as the trains running through the station;
2.1.1.3. public infrastructure objects and constructed so as to reduce any danger to the safety of persons (such as stability, fire, access, evacuation, platforms);
2.1.1.4. take account of the particular safety conditions in very long tunnels for movement;
2.2. energy supply: 2.2.1. Security. Operation of the energy-supply systems must not impair the trains or of persons (passengers, staff, residents and third parties);
2.2.2. protection of the environment. Electrical or thermal energy-supply systems must not cause damage to the environment in excess of the level;
2.2.3. technical compatibility:

2.2.3.1. use electrical and thermal energy-supply systems for trains in certain indicators of capacity;
2.2.3.2. the electric power supply system ensures compatibility with trains set power stripping;
2.3. control and alarm: 2.3.1 safety: 2.3.1.1. used in the control and command and signalling equipment and work practices to ensure train safety level corresponding to the aims of the network;
2.3.1.2. the control and command and signalling systems ensure train movement bezavārij also not appropriate conditions;
2.3.2. technical compatibility: 2.3.2.1. all new infrastructure and new rolling stock manufactured or developed after the control and command and signalling systems are suitable for this system;
2.3.2.2. the control and command and signalling equipment installed in the train driver's cab, ensures the normal operation of the rail system in the circumstances;
2.4. rolling stock: 2.4.1. Security: 2.4.1.1. the structure of the rolling stock and the transition structures designed to protect the passenger and driving compartments in the event of a collision or train if the train off the Rails;
2.4.1.2. electrical equipment must not interfere with the control and command and signalling equipment safety and performance;
2.4.1.3. provides the braking techniques and the braking loads compatibility with track, engineering structures and signalling systems construction;
2.4.1.4. take measures to prevent access to the ingredients, which exposed the voltage in order to prevent danger to the safety of persons;
2.4.1.5. rolling stock fitted with devices in the event of danger, allowing passengers to inform the driver as well as the train's personnel to communicate with him;
2.4.1.6. door fitted with opening and closing mechanism that guarantees the safety of passengers;
2.4.1.7. rolling stock are emergency exits with an appropriate inscription;
2.4.1.8. take account of the particular safety conditions in very long tunnels for movement;
2.4.1.9. trains provided with sufficiently intense and prolonged emergency lighting;
2.4.1.10. trains be equipped with speaker systems that train and dispatch center personnel have to communicate with the passengers;
2.4.2. reliability and uptime. Particularly important for the equipment and the running, traction and braking equipment and also the control and command system structure allows the train to continue the movement in a specific degraded situation, without adverse consequences for the equipment remaining in service;
2.4.3. technical compatibility: 2.4.3.1. ensure electrical equipment compatibility with the control and command and signalling installations;
2.4.3.2. If you are using electric traction, the characteristics of the strippers of power ensure train movement, using the European railway system, power supply system;
2.4.3.3. rolling stock characteristics allow it to run on any track of the use of the rolling stock;
2.4.4. control. Trains shall be equipped with recording equipment and provides the resulting data and information consistency;
2.5. maintenance: 2.5.1. health and safety. Ensure that the maintenance of technical equipment and the Centre of relevant working methods guarantee the safe operation of the subsystem and not to endanger the health and safety of people;
2.5.2. the protection of the environment. The technical installations and the procedures used in the maintenance centres must not cause any harm to the environment in excess of the level;
2.5.3. technical compatibility. The rolling stock maintenance facility capable of providing the security, hygiene and comfort measures for any rolling stock, for which they are intended;
2.6. traffic operation and management: 2.6.1. Security: 2.6.1.1. operating rules of the railway network, as well as the harmonisation of drivers, on-board staff and of the staff in the control centres qualification guarantees safe operation, bearing in mind the different requirements of cross-border and domestic services;
2.6.1.2. the maintenance and the frequency of operation, maintenance and control centre staff and the training qualifications and the quality assurance system implemented by the operators concerned in the control and maintenance centres, ensure a high level of safety;
2.6.2. reliability and uptime. The maintenance operations and intervals, the maintenance and control centre staff and the training qualifications and the quality assurance system implemented by the operators concerned in the control and maintenance centres to ensure a high level of system security and integrity;
2.6.3. technical compatibility. Operating rules of the railway network, the level of harmonisation and the engineer, train the staff and dispatcher qualifications provides a European railway system operational effectiveness, bearing in mind the different requirements of cross-border and domestic services;
2.7. telematics applications for freight and passengers transport: 2.7.1. technical compatibility: 2.7.1.1. as regards telematics applications guarantee passengers and shippers a minimum quality of services;
2.7.1.2. databases, software and data communication protocols provide the maximum mutual data (excluding confidential komercdat) exchange between different applications and operators, as well as a user-friendly access to information;
2.7.2. reliability and uptime. Databases, software and data communication protocols of use, management, updating and maintenance techniques guarantee the efficiency of these systems and the quality of services;
2.7.3. the health protection. Remote control system and user interface meets at least the minimum of ergonomics and health protection requirements;
2.7.4. Security. Storage or transmission of safety-related information, comply with the appropriate requirements for information security and safety. Traffic Minister a. shlesers