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Regulation (2010:186) With Instruction For Traffic Analysis

Original Language Title: Förordning (2010:186) med instruktion för Trafikanalys

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1 § traffic analysis has as main task to, on the basis

in the transport policy objectives, evaluate and analyze and

report the effects of proposed and implemented measures within

the transport field. Furthermore, the authority shall be responsible for:

collecting, compiling and disseminating statistics on

the transport field.

Authority shall, within their area of responsibility to assist the Government with

evidence and recommendations.

section 2 of the road traffic analysis should

1. reply to resvane and supply surveys,

2. make regular assessments of developments in

the transport sector,

3. conduct environmental scanning and analysis within

the transport sector, with particular emphasis on the transport system

development of the European Union and its impact on


4. continuously monitor the transport administration's work to develop

models of socio-economic analyses and follow the

international model development in this area, as well as

5. follow the Swedish Maritime International

competitive situation and conduct an annual evaluation of the

effects of aid to American shipping.

Regulation (2012:794).

section 3 of the traffic analysis shall, by 15 april of each year to

the Government recognise a monitoring of the transport policy


section 4 of the traffic analysis to develop interoperability with other modes

evaluation methods.

paragraph 5 of the traffic analysis shall be responsible for the results of collected

statistics transmitted to the Commission on the

the gathering occurred on the basis of regulations that have

granted by the Commission.

section 6 of the traffic analysis will be responsible for the analysis of transport

socio-economic costs in relation to fiscal and

charging in different parts of the Swedish and European

the transport sector.

Traffic analysis shall, by 31 March each year to the Government

submit a report of the analyses referred to in the first subparagraph.

Regulation (2011:495).

7 § traffic analysis, in its field of activity conducting own

research on statistical material.

section 8 traffic analysis will ensure that the regulations and procedures

authority is disposes of is cost effective and simple

for citizens and businesses.

§ 9 traffic analysis, dissemination of knowledge, experience and

results from their operations to other authorities and

stakeholders, including the regional actors with responsibility for

regional growth work. The authority shall cooperate with other

authorities responsible for the evaluations and analyses.

10 § traffic analysis may, within its area of responsibility for a fee

carry out assignments for planning the responsible authorities and bodies

provided that it does not affect the confidence of

the Authority's independence. Authority may decide

If the fees and outlining revenue.

Regulation (2012:14).


section 11 traffic analysis is led by a head of Government.

Special bodies

section 12 At traffic analysis is a Scientific Council with the task of

to ensure the quality of the methods the Agency develops and

apply and contribute to their development. The scientific

the Council consists of the Agency's Director, who is the Chairman, and

up to five other members.

Positions and assignments

section 13 the Director General is the head of Government.

section 14 of the members of the Scientific Council are appointed by the


Staff disciplinary board

section 15 On traffic analysis, there shall be a staff disciplinary board.

The applicability of specific regulation

16 § traffic analysis should apply the staff representatives Ordinance


Exemption from certain regulations

section 17 of the traffic analysis should not apply section 29

the Government agencies Ordinance (2007:515) about the case.

section 18 of the Restrictions in paragraph 4(2) the fee regulation

(1992:191) shall not apply to the authority in relation to

public procurement and resource coordination.