Railway Regulation (2004:526)

Original Language Title: Järnvägsförordning (2004:526)

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Chapter 1. General provisions



The scope of the



Article 1 this regulation lays down rules in connection

to the Railway Act (2004:519). Regulation (2015:361).



1 a of the provisions of Chapter 3. section 11, Chapter 5. does not apply to

activities at the



1. local and regional rail network that is independent and

exclusively for passenger services or Museum traffic, or



2. the railway network that are not managed by the State and that only

used by the owner, or the infrastructure manager, for

shipments of own goods.



For managing the railway infrastructure in establishments

for services to the provisions of Chapter 5. only chapter 5. 2 a of the

applied. Regulation (2015:361).



Supervisory authority



section 2 of the Swedish Transport Agency is the supervisory authority under the Railway Act

(2004:519).



Transportation Board may advise the executive acts

necessary for the application of the Railway Act, and 1-3 and 5

Cape. This regulation. Regulation (2008:1287).



Definitions



section 3 of the words and expressions used in this regulation were

the same meaning as in the Railway Act (2004:519). In addition,

means



notified body: bodies notified under the Act (2011:791) if

accreditation and verification in order to assess

conformity and suitability of components which are

necessary for interoperability and component systems,



such a common European technical specification:

specification, such a European technical approval or

such a national standard transposing a European standard, which

specified in article 1.8 – 12 of Council Directive 93/38/EEC of

of 14 June 1993 coordinating the procurement procedures of

entities operating in the water, energy, transport

and telecommunications sectors,



trans-European high-speed rail system: the trans-European

rail systems for conventional traffic and for

high-speed traffic,



trans-European high-speed rail system traffic:

the rail system as described in annex I, point 2 to

European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/57/EC of 17

June 2008 on the interoperability of the rail system within the

Community (recast) and covering the

railway infrastructure referred to in article 10(2) of

European Parliament and Council decision No 1692/96/EC of 23

June 1996 on Community guidelines for the development of the

trans-European transport network,



trans-European conventional rail system:

the rail system as described in annex I paragraph 1 to

Directive 2008/57/EC which includes the

railway infrastructure referred to in article 10(3) of

European Parliament and Council decision No 1692/96/EC,



"essential requirements" means the requirements described in annex III to

Directive 2008/57/EC, in wording as laid down in Commission directive

2014/38/EU. Regulation (2015:361).



Appropriations



section 4 of the Transport Board may provide for



1. what vehicles are work vehicles,



2. what vehicles the museum railway vehicles,



3. some installations should not be considered

railway infrastructure, and



4. the railway infrastructure that lacks strategic

significance of the railway market. Regulation (2015:361).



paragraph 5 of the Transport Board may provide for

responsibilities of the infrastructure managers to keep records

over their railway installations and requirements on the content of such

the registry. Regulation (2015:361).



Chapter 2. Requirements for rail systems, etc.



Security



section 1 of the Swedish Transport Agency to monitor rail systems

Security. Transportation Board may provide for

safety of



1. equipment characteristics,



2. business organisation,



3. the skill requirements of employees with duties of

importance for road safety,



4. the safety management system and other operators

safety rules that are needed to ensure the safe

activities referred to in Chapter 2. § 5, second subparagraph the Railway Act

(2004:519)



5. safety reports,



6. road traffic safety,



7. reporting of accidents, near misses and other incidents

with safety significance except as provided in Chapter 2. 6 §

the Railway Act, and



8. contingency plans.



Transportation Board may provide for exceptions from the

the provisions concerning security in Chapter 2. 1-5 (a) of the Railway Act

for the activities of such networks as referred to in Chapter 1. 1 a of the

the Act.



Additional regulations on operator's obligation

to report accidents and hazardous occurrences are found in regulation

(1990:717) accident investigation. Regulation (2015:361).



1 a of the Transportation Board shall according to section 15 (b) of the regulation

(1990:717) accident investigation report annually

back to SHK which measures

taken following safety recommendations

directed to the Board in the past year.



If a safety recommendation issued by an authority or

an agency in another country within the EEA or in Switzerland and directed

to Sweden under article 25(2) of

Council Directive 2004/49/EC of 29 april 2004 on safety on the

the community's railways and amending Council directive

95/18/EC on the licensing of railway undertakings and directive

2001/14/EC on the allocation of railway infrastructure capacity and the levying of

charges for the use of railway infrastructure and

safety certification (railway safety directive),

Swedish transport agency concerned for handling the matter;

take appropriate action and report back to the

authority or body which issued

safety recommendation. Regulation (2008:1287).



section 2 of the Transportation Board decides on the name of the junction for

rail. Transportation Board may also provide for

the names of such traffic site.



Before a name established or changed to the Transport Agency

hear the national land survey of Sweden, the county administrative boards, municipalities, regional

public transport authorities, infrastructure managers and

railway undertakings. Regulation (2013:318).



paragraph 3 of the Transport Board may, after consulting with the National Board of health and welfare

notify additional regulations on the health requirements of Chapter 2.

the second subparagraph of paragraph 3 of the Railway Act (2004:519) as well as on

health assessment pursuant to Chapter 2. paragraph 4 of the same law.

Regulation (2008:1287).



3 a of the Transportation Board shall collect information about

CSIS, in accordance with article 5 of

and annex I to Directive 2004/49/EC, in wording as

Commission Directive 88/EU. Regulation (2015:12).



3 b of the Transportation Board shall annually draw up and

publish a report on its security work within the

the railway sector. Report shall be submitted to the Government and

European Railway Agency by 30 september at the latest. Report

shall include information on



1. the Board of Directors of carriage of railway safety

development, with a compilation of common

safety indicators in accordance with Annex I to Directive

2004/49/EC, in wording as laid down in Commission directive

2014/88/EU,



2. more significant changes in law, regulation or

Government regulations on rail safety,



3. developments regarding the security certificate pursuant to announced 3

Cape. paragraph 3 of the Railway Act (2004:519) and safety authorisation

According to Chapter 3. section 7 of the Railway Act, and



4. results and lessons learned from the Agency's

supervisory work. Regulation (2015:12).



3 c § Transport Agency, to the European communities

Commission report decided amendments to existing

Government regulations on security in the railway area, unless

the provisions not only relates to the implementation of the EC directive

or the application of such technical specifications for

interoperability as described in Chapter 2. § 5.

Regulation (2008:1287).



Requirements for subsystems and components



Introductory provision



section 4 provisions of §§ 5-14 and section 15 paragraph 1 covers

only sub-systems and components designed, built,

rebuilt or modernized since the end of June 2004.

However, these provisions apply mutatis mutandis to subsystems

and components that have been in use prior to that but after

on January 1, 2001, if they are part of the trans-European

rail system traffic.



Provisions of 5-14, 14b and 14 c sections and section 15 of the first

the paragraph does not apply to the museum railway vehicles or for

rail vehicles and rail infrastructure at such

independent rail network referred to in Chapter 1. 1 (a) (1)

Railway Act (2004:519). Regulation (2015:361).



Essential requirements and technical specifications



paragraph 5 of the Transport Board may provide for

specifications that meet the requirements of the technical

specifications for interoperability which published

by the European Commission in the official

newspaper. Such regulations may include a requirement that a

assessment under Chapter 2. section 10 of the Railway Act (2004:519) shall

be performed by a body notified for this purpose in accordance with

Act (2011:791) on accreditation and technical control.



Transportation Board may provide for technical

standards and specifications to be applied pending the

the technical specifications for interoperability

published under the first subparagraph.



Transportation Board may provide for other conditions

for the design, construction, renovation, modernisation,

operation, maintenance, and use of railway infrastructure and

railway vehicles. Regulation (2011:1117).



section 6 of each subsystem and each component component

necessary for interoperability to meet the essential

requirements set out in annex III to Directive 2008/57/EC, in

the wording in the Commission's directive 38/EU.

Regulation (2015:12).




section 7 of each of the subsystems shall comply with the technical

specifications for interoperability and with the other requirements

in terms of design, construction, renovation,

modernization, operation and maintenance or use as

The Swedish Transport Agency. Regulation (2008:1287).



§ 8 inspection and the assessment of conformity and suitability for use

According to Chapter 2. 9 and 10 of the Railway Act (2004:519) shall be made

in accordance with the procedures laid down in the technical

specifications for interoperability referred to in paragraph 5 and

with the relevant European specifications.



Before there is an applicable and published technical

specification for interoperability or if a

certain subsystems completely or partially excluded from the scope of application

in the adopted technical specifications for interoperability,

the Transport Board shall draw up a list of

technical regulations, standards and specifications to be

be used to meet the essential requirements. In the list

to the specifications set out by some system.

Transportation Board shall transmit the list to the other

Member States in the EEA, Switzerland and to the European

communities. Regulation (2008:1287).



8 a of These regulations on technical standards and

specifications referred to in paragraph 5, second subparagraph, and which is

intended for railway vehicles, shall include those parameters

set out in annex VII to Directive 2008/57/EC, as last amended

by Directive 2009/131/EC.



Transportation Board shall share in the detailed rules referred to in

the first subparagraph of



a) international standards and national regulations in

question about rail safety is considered equivalent to other

Member States ' national rules,



b) prescriptions not covered by (a) or (c), and



c) regulations governing the technical characteristics of

the infrastructure and necessary to ensure a

safe and interoperable use of the

the railway network. Regulation (2011:1117).



9 § subsystems and components meeting the requirements of

Railway Act (2004:519), this regulation and regulations

granted under this Regulation may not be prohibited,

restricted or prevented from being placed on the market or

from being put into service.



section 10 Transportation Board may announce further provisions

If the assessment procedures and control in connection with

The EC declaration and the EC declaration of verification, as well as on the content of the

These. Regulation (20008:1287).



Exceptions from the technical specifications



section 11 of the Transport Board may, in the case of subsystems

of the trans-European high-speed rail system, decide to

do not apply such technical specifications referred to in paragraph 5 of the

the first paragraph only for projects that apply



1. a new subsystem or a renewal or upgrading

of an existing subsystem of the project at the time of

the publication of the technical specification for

interoperability in the official journal of the European Union

is advanced or covered by an agreement that keeps

being implemented,



2. the renewal or upgrading of an existing

some system where the loading gauge, track gauge, space between the tracks the distance

or the electrical voltage in accordance with applicable technical

specifications for interoperability are incompatible with

What applies to the existing subsystem;



3. the modernisation, expansion or modification of a

existing subsystems on the application of the technical

specification for interoperability would threaten

the profitability of the project or the interoperability of the

Swedish rail system,



4. to quickly restore rail links after a

accident or a natural disaster, and it is not

technically or economically possible to do so on technical

specifications for interoperability in whole or in part

shall apply,



5. for vehicles to or from a third country where the track gauge

deviates from the gauge used for community

the main railway network. Regulation (2013:318).



section 12 of the Transport Agency, to the European Commission

a list of all of the Board known far

Advanced projects carried out on Swedish territory and

for which an exemption from a technical specification for

interoperability according to § 11 1 could be updated.

The list shall be communicated to the Commission not later than one year

After the technical specification for

interoperability came into force. Regulation (2013:318).



section 13 before the Transportation Board makes a decision under section 11 (2), (3)

or 5, the Board shall submit a request for a derogation to the

The European Commission. The request shall contain the information

as set out in annex IX to Directive 2008/57/EC;

Regulation (2013:318).



13 a section before the Transportation Board makes a decision under section 11 (1)

or 4, the Board shall submit a dossier to the European

the Commission. The dossier shall contain the information specified

in annex IX to Directive 2008/57/EC; Regulation (2013:318).



section 14 If the European Commission decides not to allow a

the exception, according to section 11 2, 3 or 5 is not notified.

If the European Commission has not taken a decision in the case

within six months of a request with complete

dossier submitted, it shall be considered that the request has been accepted.



If the European Commission, with regard to the exception under

11 § 1 or 4, will issue a recommendation on the

specifications to be applied, the Transport Agency

take into account this recommendation. Regulation (2013:318).



Approval of subsystems



14 a of facing a trial under Chapter 2. paragraph 13 of the Railway Act

(2004:519), the applicant shall submit documents confirming the technical

compatibility and safe integration of the rail system.

Regulation (2011:1117).



14 b of a subsystem that is not at all or only to some extent

subject to technical specifications for

interoperability and authorised for placing in service

in a State of the EEA or in Switzerland shall be approved in accordance with

Chapter 2. paragraph 13 of the Railway Act (2004:519), if the applicant shows up

documentation proving that the subsystem



1. meeting the essential requirements set out in annex III to

Directive 2008/57/EC, in wording as laid down in Commission directive

2014/38/EU,



2. is technically compatible with the rail system it should

integrated into, and



3. can be used for rail safety safe

Insert the rail system.



Transportation Board may provide for the information

and documents shall be submitted, and if the required tests to

the Board should be able to examine the application. Regulation (2015:12).



Approval of the modernised or reconstructed subsystems



14 c § if under Chapter 2. 13 a of the Railway Act (2004:519)

required approval of a subsystem that is modernized

or altered, the Transportation Board decide the

extent such specifications for interoperability

referred to in the first subparagraph shall apply.



If the Board decides that such Transport specifications

referred to in paragraph 5 of the first paragraph do not apply, the Board of Directors

notify the Commission of the European communities. The notification shall

contain a dossier with information about



1. reason for the specifications have not been applied in full,



2. What are the technical requirements for the Board instead

subsystem, and



3. the body responsible for the EC verification of the subsystem.

Regulation (2011:1117).



14 d § Transport Board shall issue a decision on the new

authorisation for placing in service of the subsystem according to Chapter 2. 13 a of the

Railway Act (2004:519) as soon as possible, but no later

four months after the complete application is submitted to the

the Board of Directors. Regulation (2011:1117).



Exemption from the requirement for approval of subsystems



section 15 such subsystems, which, according to annex II, point 1 (b) to

Directive 2008/57/EC on the interoperability of the

the rail system within the community correspond to functional

defined areas, do not have to be approved in accordance with Chapter 2. section 13

Railway Act (2004:519).



Transportation Board may provide for other exceptions

from the requirement for approval. Regulation (2011:394).



The Transportation Board's supervision of authorised subsystems



15 a of the following subsystems authorised to be taken in

use according to Chapter 2. paragraph 13 of the Railway Act (2004:519)

The Transportation Board's supervision of the subsystem shall be in accordance

with the requirements for the granting of safety certificates according to

Chapter 3. paragraph 3 of the Railway Act, in the case of some systems related

for vehicles, as well as in accordance with the applicable requirements for

the granting of authorisation in accordance with Chapter 3. section 8

Railway Act, in the case of some schemes related to

infrastructure.



Transportation Board shall at that supervision apply the

assessment and verification procedures laid down in the relevant

technical specifications for interoperability.

Regulation (2013:869).



Additional approval of railway vehicles



When the need for a supplementary approval



section 16 Of the railway vehicles which have been approved for use by

jurisdiction in another State within the EEA or in Switzerland is required

for a supplementary approval under section 17 or 19 before

the vehicle may be taken into use on Swedish rail network.



An additional authorisation is necessary but not

rail vehicles authorised to be placed in service in another State

in the EEA or in Switzerland and



1. fully complies with the applicable technical specifications

for interoperability according to Chapter 2. the second subparagraph of paragraph 8

Railway Act (2004:519), and



2. will be used only on railway infrastructure that fully


in conformity with the relevant technical specifications for

interoperability according to the same paragraph.



Transportation Board may provide for additional

exemption from the requirement of additional approval in accordance with

the first paragraph. Regulation (2011:1117).



Additional approval of vehicles which comply with the

technical specifications for interoperability



section 17 of a railway vehicle which complies with the applicable

technical specifications for interoperability, but without

to meet the conditions for exemption from the requirement of

additional approval in accordance with paragraph 16 of the second subparagraph, or

According to regulations issued under section 16 of the third

subparagraph, shall be authorised for placing in service in Swedish

networks as referred to in Chapter 2. paragraph 13 of the Railway Act (2004:519), if

the applicant indicates that the vehicle



1. has been approved for use by the competent instance in a

State of the EEA or in Switzerland, and



2. works technically and functionally with the

railway vehicle shall be used for

climatic conditions, power supply, signalling,

traffic management, gauge, infrastructure profile, maximum

axle load and other constraints in the infrastructure.



To allow the vehicle to be approved under the first subparagraph is required

also that the applicant shows off the technical file relating to the EC

Declaration of verification and, for vehicles that are equipped with

data loggers, the technical basis for

the procedure for the collection of data, as well as an extract from the register of

maintenance history and any technical modifications

made after the approval referred to in the first subparagraph 1.



Transportation Board may provide for the information

and documents shall be submitted, and in what cases it is required

test drive of the vehicle to the Board to determine

application referred to in the first subparagraph. Regulation (2011:1117).



Time limits for the Transportation Board's examination of an

supplementary approval under section 17 of the



section 18 of the decision on additional authorisation for placing railway vehicles

in use under section 17 shall be taken by the Transport Agency as soon as

as possible, but not later than



1. two months after the technical documentation

under section 17 has been filed, or



2. one month after additional information or

results of samples which the Board has requested has been provided.



If the Transport Agency has not taken a decision within the

time limits referred to in the first subparagraph, the vehicle under 2

Cape. 19 section Railway Act (2004:519) as accepted

to be put into service. Regulation (2011:1117).



Additional approval of vehicles which do not comply

with the technical specifications for interoperability



section 19 of a railway vehicle that is not, or only partly,

in conformity with the requirements of technical specifications for

interoperability shall be approved in accordance with Chapter 2. section 13

Railway Act (2004:519) if the applicant proves that the vehicle



1. has been approved to be placed in service in another State within the EEA

or Switzerland and comply with applicable safety rules,

and



2. works technically and functionally with the

railway vehicle shall be used for

climatic conditions, power supply, signalling,

traffic management, gauge, infrastructure profile, maximum

axle load and other constraints in the infrastructure.



To allow the vehicle to be approved under the first subparagraph is required

also that the applicant shows up



1. technical data, maintenance programme and specific

operational characteristics, for vehicles equipped with

data loggers, should include information on

procedures for the collection of the data referred to in

Article 20 (2) (c) of Directive 2004/49/EC

(railway safety directive), and



2. extract from the register showing the vehicle's operating history,

maintenance history and technical changes made after

the approval referred to in the first subparagraph 1.



The Swedish Transport Agency will accept the documents referred to in the first

the second subparagraph of paragraph 1 and 1, unless there is a significant

security risk.



With regard to item 2 of the first paragraph and the second paragraph 2 shall

Transportation Board may request



1. additional information,



2. determine that the vehicle is compatible with

the railway infrastructure, and



3. risk management is carried out in accordance with the Commission's

Regulation (EC) no 352/2009 to ensure that the requirements of

national technical specifications are met.



Transportation Board may provide for the

particulars and documents shall be submitted, and in what cases it

required test drive of the vehicle to the Board to

examine the application as referred to in the first subparagraph. Regulation (2013:869).



Time limits for the Transportation Board's examination of an

additional approval in accordance with § 19



section 20 decision on the additional authorisation for placing railway vehicles

in use under section 19 shall be taken by the Transport Agency as soon as

as possible, but not later than



1. four months after the technical documentation

According to section 19 has been filed, or



2. two months after the information or results of

samples, which the Board has requested has been provided.



If the Transport Agency has not taken a decision within the

time limits referred to in the first subparagraph, the vehicle under 2

Cape. 19 section Railway Act (2004:519) as accepted

to be put into service. Regulation (2011:1117).



Classification of national rules



section 21 in order to facilitate the review procedure at the

additional authorisations for railway vehicle

in conformity with the technical specifications for

interoperability, Transport Agency classify the

national provisions in accordance with annex VII to

Directive 2008/57/EC; Regulation (2011:1117).



Test drive of the vehicle



section 22 on the test drive is required for a vehicle to be

authorised for placing in service, the Transport Department ensure that

such a test run can be carried out within three months after the

request came in to the DMV. Regulation (2011:1117).



Approval of vehicle types



section 23 of the Swedish Transport Agency shall inform the Commission of the European Railway Agency

When an approval of a vehicle type pursuant to Chapter 2. section 20 of the first

subparagraph the Railway Act (2004:519) granted, amended, suspended,

withdrawal or recall. Regulation (2011:1117).



23 a of the Transportation Board's ordeal of renewal

the approval referred to in Chapter 2. section 20, third subparagraph

Railway Act (2004:519) may only refer to conditions that

affected by the amended regulations.

Regulation (2013:869).



section 24, where an application for type-approval is done in several countries

at the same time, the Swedish Transport Agency cooperating with corresponding

authorities in the other countries concerned in order to facilitate

procedure. Regulation (2011:1117).



24 a of A declaration of conformity,



1. for vehicles that conform to a technical specification

for interoperability shall be established in accordance with the

control procedures set out in the specification, and



2. for vehicles that do not comply with the technical

specification for interoperability shall be established in accordance

with the control procedures laid down in the modules D or E in

Council decision 93/465/EEC of 22 July 1993 concerning the modules for the

various phases of the conformity assessment procedures

and the rules for the affixing and use of the CE

conformity marking, which are intended to be used in the technical

harmonisation directives. Regulation (2013:318).



The marking of rail vehicles



section 25 of the vehicles which are approved to be put into service without having

assigned an EVN, innehavarbeteckning

and a designation of interoperability in accordance with Chapter 2.

section 22 of the Railway Act (2004:519), the vehicle owner may apply for

the vehicle shall be allocated to such number and designations of

The Swedish Transport Agency. Regulation (2011:1117).



Other appropriations



section 26 of the Transport Board may provide for



1. acceptance of taking some system in use according to Chapter 2. section 13

Railway Act (2004:519)



2. requirements for the approval of subsystems pursuant to Chapter 2. 13 a of the

Railway Act,



3. acceptance of railway vehicles and vehicle types according to 15-17,

20 and 21 of the Railway Act and exemption from the requirement of

approval and approving a series of identical

vehicles,



4. European vehicle number, innehavarbeteckningar and

indications of interoperability according to Chapter 2. section 22

the Railway Act and exemption from the requirement for labelling according to 2

Cape. section 22 of the Act,



5. when the vehicles at the entry into force of this regulation is already

approved for use in accordance with Chapter 2. paragraph 13 of the Railway Act last

should be tagged with such numbers and indications referred to in

4, and



6. maintenance services pursuant to Chapter 2. 23 and 24 sections

the Railway Act and on exceptions to the requirement for such a device.

Regulation (2011:1117).



section 27 of the Transportation Board may provide for the

information on carrying on the activities covered by

Railway Act (2004:519) must supply in order to provide

Commission of the European communities and the European

the Agency, with a basis in their regulatory development work

in accordance with Chapter 8 3 a of the Railway Act (2004:519).

Regulation (2011:1117).



Requirements of rolling stock in accordance with COTIF



International rules that apply as Swedish

Regulation



section 28 of the regulation shall apply As Swedish original texts of

the provisions set out in Appendix F of the validation of the technical

standards and the adoption of uniform technical prescriptions

for rolling stock designed to be used in international

traffic in the Convention concerning international carriage by rail (COTIF)

of 9 May 1980, as amended by the Protocol of amendment


of 3 June 1999. Addendum shall apply in the version

set out in the annex to this regulation.



The first subparagraph shall not apply to the extent that the provisions

regulates the Contracting Parties ' obligations towards

each other or to the intergovernmental organisation for

international carriage by rail (OTIF).



If the original texts differ, the French

the text.



The French and English texts, as well as a translation of the

these to the Swedish are contained in the annex to this

Regulation. Regulation (2015:346).



section 29 of the Transport Board may announce further provisions

If such standards and technical regulations referred to in

Appendix f. Regulation (2015:346).



Technical approval of railway equipment



section 30 of the Swedish Transport Agency is competent to decide on technical

approval in accordance with article 5 of Appendix G to the Treaty

specified in section 28. The conformity assessment shall be carried out

by a body notified for this purpose under the Act

(2011:791) on accreditation and technical control.



Transportation Board may announce further provisions concerning

decisions on technical approval. Regulation (2015:346).



Chapter 3. Licensing of railway operations



License



Deadline for grant of license



section 1 of the Swedish Transport Agency will announce a decision on the license

According to Chapter 3. section 2 of the Railway Act (2004:519) as soon as

possible, but not later than three months after all relevant

information for the examination of the application submitted.

Regulation (2015:361).



Publication of the procedure for grant of license



1 a of the Transportation Board shall publish on its website

a description of the procedure for grant of license.

Transportation Board shall inform the European Commission on the

and where the information is available.

Regulation (2015:361).



Notification of license



section 2 of the Transportation Board issues, amends or revokes

a licence, the Board shall immediately inform the Commission of the European

Railway Agency about this. Regulation (2015:361).



3 § If it can be concluded that a railway undertaking which

granted license in another country within the EEA or in Switzerland are not

meets the requirements, the Transport Agency immediately

notify the licensing authority of the country which has granted the

the license. Regulation (2008:1287).



The requirement of professionalism



section 4 of the requirement of proficiency in Chapter 3. 2 § 3 Railway Act

(2004:519) shall be satisfied by the person in possession of a

management organization which possesses the knowledge and/or experience that

necessary to exercise safe and reliable operational control

of the type of business for which the licence is valid.

Regulation (2015:361).



The requirement for financial fitness



§ 5 the requirement for financial fitness in Chapter 3. 2 § 3 Railway Act

(2004:519) shall be satisfied by the person who can show that he or she

under realistic assumptions can fulfil its financial

obligations over the next 12 months.

Regulation (2015:361).



5 a of the applicant for a licence pursuant to Chapter 3. section 2 of the

Railway Act (2004:519) shall submit to the Board of Directors of Transport

information on their financial ability. Information should be provided on

at least the following:



1. available resources including grant

bank overdrafts and loans,



2. funds and assets available as security;



3. working capital,



4. relevant costs, including purchase costs, or

prepayment for vehicles and other rolling stock,

land, buildings and structures,



5. fixed costs, and



6. taxes and social security contributions.

Regulation (2015:361).



5 b of the Transport Agency to check the economic

capacity in accordance with paragraph 5 of particularly through examination of

annual report or, in the case of annual accounts is not available,

the current year's balance sheet. Regulation (2015:361).



section 5 (c) the requirement for financial fitness, according to Chapter 3. 2 § 3

Railway Act (2004:519) shall not be considered satisfied by the

has significant liabilities for tax and social security contributions.

Regulation (2015:361).



5 d § Transport Board to check the

economic ability referred to in Chapter 3. 2 § 3 Railway Act

(2004:519) request the applicant to provide an auditor's report

or other relevant documents containing the information

referred to in paragraph 5 (a), set up by a bank, a

accounting firm or a certified public accountant.

Regulation (2015:361).



The requirement of good repute



section 6 of the requirement of good repute in Chapter 3. 2 § 3 Railway Act

(2004:519) shall not be deemed to be complied with by the person in

bankruptcy. It should also not be deemed satisfied if the people

included in the company's management has been convicted of



1. serious crimes including economic crimes,



2. serious violations of the laws and regulations that apply

transport, or



3. serious or repeated failure to fulfil

obligations under social legislation, employment law

legislation or health and safety legislation or, in the

applies to companies which intend to carry out cross-border

freight, customs legislation. Regulation (2015:361).



Temporary license



6 a section About Transport Agency has revoked a license with support

of Chapter 8. paragraph 5 of the Railway Act (2004:519) due

the railway company's non-compliance with the requirement of

economic ability, receive a temporary license issued under

the time that the railway undertaking. This applies to

but only if the assessment is made that safety is not

compromised. A temporary license shall be valid for a maximum of 6

months. Regulation (2015:361).



A review of license, etc.



paragraph 6 (b) If a railway company has suspended operations

under 6 months or has not started operations within 6

months after the license was granted,

Transportation Board decide that the railway undertaking must apply

If a review of the licence or the licence

temporarily withdrawn. As regards the time limit for

commencement of operations, the Transport Board upon request

the railway company may decide that this time limit should

extended. The Swedish Transport Agency, in assessing the particular

take account of the transport services the railway company intends to

conduct requires longer than 6 months to begin.

Regulation (2015:361).



Change of a railway company ownership, etc.



6 c section If a railway company changes ownership or merged

with another company, the Transportation Board decide that

the railway undertaking shall apply for a review of the licence.

The train company may, however, continue to operate

under the renewed trial unless the Transport Board on

because of security reasons decides otherwise. Regulation (2015:361).



Safety certification and safety authorisation



section 7 of the Transport Agency shall notify a decision concerning

a safety certificate in accordance with Chapter 3. paragraph 3 of the Railway Act (2004:519) or

a safety licence as referred to in Chapter 3. section 7 of the Railway Act as soon as

possible, but not later than four months after a full

application submitted. Regulation (2008:1287).



section 8 When the Transport Agency has issued, renewed, amended or

withdrawn A portion of a security certificate referred to in Chapter 3. paragraph 3 of the

Railway Act (2004:519), the Board shall within one month

inform the European Railway Agency. The notification shall

contain the name and address of the railway undertaking concerned, day

for the purpose of issuing the certificate, scope and validity of the certificate

and, in case of revocation of a certificate, a statement of the reasons for the decision.

Regulation (2008:1287).



section 9 Of the Swedish Transport Agency has withdrawn part B of a

a safety certificate in accordance with Chapter 3. paragraph 3 of the Railway Act (2004:519)

Board of Directors shall immediately inform the safety authority in the

EEA or in Switzerland that has issued the A-section of the certificate.

Regulation (2008:1287).



section 10 A safety authorisation for infrastructure managers in accordance with

Chapter 3. section 7 of the Railway Act (2004:519) shall be divided into an A-

and a B section.



A part must contain an approval of

the infrastructure manager's safety management system under 2

Cape. paragraph 5 of the first subparagraph the Railway Act (2004:519) and part B

shall contain an endorsement of the other requirements

to get a safety licence referred to in Chapter 3. section 8

the Railway Act are met. Regulation (2007:453).



11 § When the Transport Agency has issued, renewed, amended or

revoked a security clearance for infrastructure managers,

the Management Board shall, within one month, inform the Commission of the European

Railway Agency.



The notification shall contain the infrastructure manager's name

and address, the date of issue of the permit, to the extent

and the validity of the condition and, if the revocation of

the State, a statement of the reasons for the decision. Regulation (2008:1287).



11 a of the Transportation Board shall follow the market for

railway training and as soon as possible inform responsible

the Ministry in the Government offices (Ministry of industry)

There is a risk that it will be missed



1. education and training that is necessary for the railway companies to

able to obtain a safety certificate in accordance with Chapter 3. paragraph 3 of the Railway Act

(2004:519), or



2. education for the infrastructure managers and staff of

infrastructure managers who perform tasks related to

the security referred to in article 13(1) of Directive 2004/49/EC.

Regulation (2008:1287).



Authorization



section 12 of the Transport Board may provide for



1. licenses, a review of licenses and temporary

licenses,



2. the safety certificate,



3. national road safety condition,



4. security conditions, and



5. review of the condition or conditions.

Regulation (2015:361).



Chapter 4. The right to perform and organize passenger transport

railway network managed by State




1 repealed by Regulation (2011:104).



1 repealed by a regulation (2011:104).



1 (b) § Only the railway undertaking arlandabanan

Infrastructure AB approved has the right to pick up and drop off

passengers traveling to/from Arlanda airport on

the line between Stockholm central station and Arlanda airport.

Approval may take place after the Government's consent.



Approval as referred to in the first subparagraph are not required for

international passenger traffic. Approval is not required for

the other traffic on the undertaking referred to in the first

subparagraph are operational law gives its consent to this.

Regulation (2011:104).



2 repealed by Regulation (2010:1834).



3 repealed by Regulation (2011:1117).



4 repealed by Regulation (2011:104).



section 5 was repealed by Regulation (2011:104).



section 6 is repealed by Regulation (2011:104).



Chapter 5. Access to the railway network



Description of the network



1 § A description of the rail network in accordance with Chapter 6. paragraph 5 of the

Railway Act (2004:519) shall include, inter alia,



1. indication of the nature of the infrastructure,



2. the demands placed on rail vehicles to

get used on the infrastructure,



3. policies for fees and charges,



4. principles of business management with quality fees

According to Chapter 6. 22 a of the Railway Act and to the registration of

derogations pursuant to Chapter 6. 4 a of the same law,



5. principles for capacity allocation,



6. indication of the period within which and the manner in which the application for

capacity shall be made,



7. principles for the coordination and the means of dispute settlement,



8. indication of the extent to which paths should be used

and how previous utilization of train paths are taken into account in the

the allocation,



9. indication of planned engineering works,



10. indication of that infrastructure reserved for certain

rail traffic,



11. information about the facilities for services

the infrastructure manager shall advise above and contained in the

connection to the railway network, as well as information on principles for

fees and other conditions of access to the installations

and access to the services, or alternatively, a reference to

a website where such information is available, and



12. information provided to the infrastructure manager

According to Chapter 5. 2 a of, or a reference to a

site where this information is available.



Priority criteria in the description should be designed so

to allow an efficient use of the infrastructure,

whereby the importance of fast freight transport in particular,

be taken into account.



The network statement shall be available in both

Swedish and English on the website of the infrastructure manager.

In order to provide rail network description,

the infrastructure manager shall not charge a fee that is higher than

the cost price. Regulation (2015:361).



1 repealed by a regulation (2015:361).



paragraph 2 of the description of the rail network shall be published no later than

four months before the deadline for application for

infrastructure capacity runs out.



2 a of the service providers to provide information on their

facilities for services to the Transport Department and to

the infrastructure manager for the rail network facility

see the connection to. That information shall include

information on policies for fees and other conditions for

access to facilities and access to the services;

Alternatively, a reference to a website where this

information is available. Regulation (2015:361).



Timetable for the award procedure



section 3 of an infrastructure manager shall draw up a working timetable a

once per calendar year.



paragraph 4 of the working timetable shall take effect at 12 midnight on the other

Saturday in december. If a modification or adjustment of the working timetable

implementation this amendment shall then be carried out at 12 midnight

on the second Saturday in June, and at such other times

between these dates as needed. Infrastructure managers may

agree on a date and shall inform the Transport Board

the agreement. The Management Board shall inform the European

communities on the agreement, if the change can

influence of international traffic. Regulation (2008:1287).



§ 5 the deadline for application for infrastructure capacity

cannot be earlier than 12 months before the working timetable

takes effect.



section 6 of an infrastructure manager shall, in cooperation with other

infrastructure managers have organized preliminary train paths for

international traffic pursuant to Chapter 6. section 4 of the Railway Act

(2004:519) last eleven months before the working timetable comes into effect.



paragraph 7 of an infrastructure manager shall prepare a draft

working timetable no later than four months after the deadline for

application expiry.



Capacity analysis and capacity enhancement plan



section 8 A capacity analysis according to Chapter 6. section 6 of the Railway Act

(2004:519) shall include an identification of the deficiencies

causes congestion on the infrastructure as well as suggestions for

methods to correct these deficiencies.



The analysis shall be completed within six months after the

the infrastructure has been declared as congested according to Chapter 6.

paragraph 13 of the Railway Act. The analysis shall immediately be submitted to the

The Swedish Transport Agency. Regulation (2008:1287).



§ 9 the infrastructure manager shall, not later than six months after the

capacity analysis completed present a

capacity enhancement plan and immediately give it to

The Swedish Transport Agency. The plan must be drawn up after consultations with them

using the overloaded infrastructure and shall specify



1. the causes of congestion,



2. the likely future development of traffic,



3. obstacles to infrastructure development, and



4. the options and costs for capacity enhancement,

including likely changes to access charges.



Capacity enhancement plan shall also contain a

cost-benefit analysis of possible measures and an indication of

the measures on the basis of this analysis, the infrastructure manager

intends to take and the timetable for this work.



If there is an established capacity enhancement plan and this

plan is being implemented needs any new capacity analysis

and the capacity enhancement plan cannot be made.

Regulation (2008:1287).



Authorization



section 10 Transportation Board may provide for



1. Description of the railway network,



2. the timetable for the assignment,



3. the working timetable,



4. capacity analysis,



5. capacity enhancement plan;



6. the procedure for requests for capacity and if

capacity allocation;



7. measures in case of disruption clearance and emergency situations as well as

contingency plans, and



8. Services and the procedure for the provision of services.

Regulation (2015:361).



Chapter 6. Miscellaneous



Accounting of railway operations



section 1 of the Transport Board may provide for



1. accounting and bookkeeping of the railway business as 4

Cape. 1, 1 a and 2 a of the Railway Act (2004:519), and



2. independence requirements in terms of organization and

decision making according to Chapter 4. 2 a of the Railway Act.

Regulation (2015:361).



1 repealed by a regulation (2011:1117).



Fees



section 2 of the Transport Department may levy charges according to Chapter 7. Railway Act

(2004:519). Regulation (2010:149).



2 a of the Transportation Board may provide for fees

for supervision, registration and case management under

Railway Act (2004:519) and according to the regulations

issued by virtue of the Act and in accordance with the Commission's

Regulation (EC) no 352/2009 of 24 September 2009 adopting

of a safety method for risk assessment and

risk assessment referred to in article 6(3)(a) of regulation of the European Parliament

and Council Directive 2004/49/EC.



For cultural activities on the railroad conducted in

to a limited extent and not-for-profit, charges

be determined up to full cost recovery. The same applies to

fees for the examination of exclusion from medical requirements for

the who perform tasks relevant to safety.

Regulation (2014:1464).



2 b of the Transport Board may provide for



1. charging the cooperation under Chapter 7. 1 a of the Railway Act

(2004:519)



2. the analysis of the market segments that are required to take out

specific fees under Chapter 7. section 4 of the Railway Act and requirements

on the publication of these analyses, and



3. obligations of service providers to provide

information about their fees under Chapter 7. section 8 of the Railway Act.

Regulation (2015:361).



Maintenance, closure and transfer of rail network

administered by the State



Transfer



paragraph 3, if the owner of a railway track establishment requests it,

The Transport Department decide to plant, or part of it shall

managed by the State through the DMV.



Before the Transport Department decides on such management, work

hear relevant county administrative boards, regional

public transport authorities and other track owners concerned

of the decision. Regulation (2011:1117).



Maintenance



section 4 of the Swedish transport maintenance of part of the railway network is managed

of State may cease when the traffic is of only minor

scope.



Before the Transport Department decides to maintenance shall cease,

to really hear the relevant County Councils, municipalities, regional

public transport authorities and the railway undertakings.

Regulation (2011:1117).



§ 5, the Transport Department may decide to resume the maintenance of some

of railway network managed by the State if it can be assumed that

traffic will be operated on railways in sufficient

scope.



Before the Transport Department decides that maintenance should be resumed,


to really hear the relevant County Councils, municipalities, regional

public transport authorities and the railway undertakings.

Regulation (2011:1117).



Closure



section 6 of the Transport Department may decide that part of the railway network

managed by the State and which are not maintained shall be discontinued.

Decision on closure may be taken only three years after the decision

If the transport administration's maintenance will cease.



Before the Transport Department decides on the closure, the Agency told

The armed forces and other concerned totalförsvarsmyndigheter,

relevant regional public transport authorities and the

the train companies that operate or have operated services on the

relevant part of the railway network over the past year.

Regulation (2011:1117).



Leasing



section 7 If the DMV does not intend to maintain a portion of the

railway network managed by the State, the Agency grant the

part with access rights. Before the grant is made, the

The Finnish Transport Agency told affected county boards, municipalities, regional

public transport authorities and the railway undertakings.



As a condition of leasing shall apply to

the tenant

should assume responsibility for the maintenance of the franchised part and

for the investments necessary for the use and take over

responsibility as the railway's owners according to the rail code

(1985:192).



To perform tasks that infrastructure managers required

a safety licence as referred to in Chapter 3. section 7 of the Railway Act (2004:519).

Regulation (2011:1117).



Appropriations, etc.



section 8 Transport Department must notify the enforcement regulations

necessary for the application of paragraphs 3 to 7. Regulation (2010:149).



8 a of The engaged in activities covered by the Railway Act

(2004:519) shall provide such information to the Transport Department which

necessary for the management and development of the State

the rail network in accordance with Chapter 8. 3 b of the Railway Act.



The Transport Department may provide for the information to be

pursuant to the first paragraph and also such

enforcement provisions necessary for the application.

Regulation (2010:149).



8 (b) repealed by Regulation (2011:1117).



Market control



§ 9 Transport Agency shall inform the Commission of the European

communities about actions taken despite

the presence of the EC or EC declaration of verification as provided for in

Chapter 8. section 7 of the Railway Act (2004:519). In the notification shall

Transportation Board give reasons for its decision.



If the disclosure relates to components, the Transport Board

in particular, please indicate if the measure depends on



1. that the essential requirements have not been met,



2. to the European specifications applied to a

incorrectly, or



3. to the European specifications are inadequate.

Regulation (2008:1287).



Cooperation between regulatory bodies



9 a of the Transport Agency, which in Sweden fulfils the task as

regulatory bodies, with other regulatory bodies within the EEA and

in Switzerland work closely and exchange information on their

work and about the principles and practices of their decisions, in front

everything regarding the problems of interpreting incorporated

European Union legislation. Regulation (2015:361).



Exchange of information on international train paths



9 b of the Transport Agency shall, at the request of a

regulatory bodies in the EEA or in Switzerland leave such

information on international train paths as it

the regulatory body will need for their supervision.

Regulation (2015:361).



Register



section 10 of The records of the railway infrastructure as defined in Chapter 8.

section 8 of the Railway Act (2004:519) shall for each subsystem or part

of subsystems, contain information about the main characteristics

and their correlation with the features laid down in

the technical specifications for interoperability referred to

in Chapter 2. paragraph 5 of the first paragraph.



A copy of the registry shall be communicated to the States concerned and

to the European bodies responsible for drawing up

technical specifications for interoperability.



Transportation Board may announce further provisions concerning

Register and the exemptions from registration requirements.

Regulation (2011:1117).



10 a of The register of rail vehicles referred to in Chapter 8.

8 a of the Railway Act (2004:519) shall include information on



1. the European vehicle number,



2. The EC declaration of verification and the issuing body;



3. references to the European register of authorised

vehicle types,



4. data on vehicle owners and keepers,



5. limitations in the approval decision, and



6. the entity responsible for vehicle

maintenance.



Transportation Board may announce further provisions concerning

Register and the exemptions from registration requirements.

Regulation (2011:1117).



repealed by regulation 11 (2007:453).



Examination of disputes



section 12 of the Transport Board may provide for the procedure

to be in accordance with Chapter 8. section 9 of the Railway Act (2004:519) refer

disputes concerning the infrastructure manager's decision to the Board.

Regulation (2008:1287).



12 a of the Transportation Board shall be the review authority under

section 13 of the Act (1945:119) on fencing obligation for rail, etc.

Regulation (2008:1287).



Appeal



section 13 transport administration's decisions on matters referred to in section 6,

be appealed to the Government. Other decisions by the Transport Department in

matters under the Railway Act (2004:519) or this regulation

may not be appealed.



In Chapter 11. section 2 of the Railway Act provides for an appeal

by decision of the supervisory authority of the General Administrative Court.

Regulation (2011:1117).



Annex



Règles uniformes expired la validation de normes

techniques et l ' adoption the prescriptions techniques

uniformes applicables au destiné à être Forex ferroviaire

utilisé en trafic international (APTU, appendice F à la

Convention)



Article premier



Champ d ' application



Les présentes Règles uniformes fixent la procédure de

Validation de normes techniques et d ' the adoption

prescriptions techniques uniformes (PTU) pour le Forex

ferroviaire destiné à être utilisé a trafic international.



Article 2



Définitions



Aux fins des présentes Règles uniformes, de leur (s) annexe (s)

et des PTU, outre les termes définis à l'article 2 des ATMF,

Le terme:



a) "voiture" désigne un véhicule ferroviaire, non pourvu de

moyen de traction, qui est destiné à transporter des

Voyageurs; CE terme englobe destiné à bagages à un fourgon

être transporté dans un train de voyageurs;



b) "projet à un stade avancé de développement" désigne tout

Projet dont la phase de planification/construction a atteint

UN stade tel que tout changement dans les spécifications

techniques pour l ' État partie serait inacceptable concerné.

UN tel obstacle peut être de nature contractuelle légale,,

économique, financière, sociale ou environnementale et doit

être dûment démontré;



c) "substitution dans le cadre de la maintenance ' désigne

Tout remplacement de composants par des pièces présentant des

des fonctions et performances identiques dans le cadre de la

maintenance préventive et corrective;



d) "prescription technique" désigne toute règle, autre qu ' une

Norme technique, incluse dans les PTU, relative à la

construction, à l ' exploitation, à la maintenance, à la

Sécurité ou à une procédure expired le Forex

ferroviaire;



e) "norme technique" désigne une norme volontaire adoptée par

UN de normalisation which international reconnu selon les

procédures qui lui sont propres;



f) "véhicule de traction" désigne un véhicule ferroviaire

pourvu de moyen de traction;



g) "wagon" désigne un véhicule ferroviaire, non pourvu de

moyen de traction, qui est destiné à transporter des

marchandises;



Article 3



But



§ 1 La validation de normes techniques relatives au Forex

ferroviaire et l ' adoption of the PTU applicables au Forex

ferroviaire ont pour but de:



a) especially the la libre circulation de vehicules et la libre

utilisation d'autres matériels carriage a trafic

International;



b contribuer à assurer la sécurité), la fiabilité et la

disponibilité a trafic international;



c) tenir compte de la protection de l'environnement et de la

santé publique.



§ 2 Lors de la validation de normes techniques ou de

l ' adoption of the PTU, seules sont prises en compte celles qui

ont été élaborées au niveau international.



§ 3 Dans la mesure du possible:



(a) il convient d ' assurer une) order des systèmes et

composants techniques nécessaires en trafic international;



b) les normes techniques et les PTU sont axées sur les

performances; Le cas échéant, elles comportent des

variantes.



Article 4



Elaboration de normes et de PTU



§ 1 L ' élaboration de normes techniques expired le Forex

ferroviaire et la normalisation des produits et des

procédures industriels sont du ressort des organismes de

normalisation nationaux et internationaux reconnus.



§ 2 L ' élaboration de PTU sur la base de demandes of Prague a

conformité avec l'article 6, est du ressort de la Commission

d ' experts assistée de groupes de travail techniques the ad hoc et

du Secrétaire général.



Article 5



Validation de normes techniques



§ 1 La Commission décide de la d ' expert techniques

validationen tout ou partie d'une norme technique selon la

procédure Prevue aux articles 16, 20 et 33, §§ 6 de la

Convention. Entrent en vigueur Les decisions selon l'article

35, §§ 3 et 4 de la Convention.



déposer une demande Peut § 2 the validation d'une norme

technique:



a) tout État partie;



b) toute organisation régionale telle que définie à l'article

2, lettre x) des ATMF;




c) tout de normalisation which national ou international

Chargé de la normalisation dans le domaine ferroviaire;

l'article 3, § 2, est pris en compte;



d toute représentative), association internationale pour les

principles of de laquelle l existence des normes techniques

relatives au Forex ferroviaire est indispensable pour des

raisons de sécurité et d ' économie dans l ' exercice de leur

Activité.



§ 3 Les références aux normes techniques sont validées

publiées par le Secrétaire général sur le site Web de

l ' Organisation. Une fois la (BCR) publiée, l'application

de la norme technique porte présomption de sa conformité à la

PTU correspondante.



§ 4 l'application de normes techniques validées est

volontaire; néanmoins, une normepeut être rendue obligatoire

a tout ou partie par des disposition contenues dans une

PTU.



Article 6



Adoption of the PTU



§ 1 La Commission décide de d ' experts techniques adoption

d'une PTU ou d'une disposition qui selon la Modifica la

procédure Prevue aux articles 16, 20 et 33, § 6 de la

Convention. Entrent en vigueur Les decisions selon l'article

35, §§ 3 et 4 de la Convention.



déposer une demande Peut § 2 d ' adoption d'une PTU ou d'une

disposition qui la Modifica selon le § 1:



a) tout État partie;



b) toute organisation régionale telle que définie à l'article

2, lettre x) des ATMF;



c) toute représentative, association internationale pour les

principles of de laquelle l existence des PTU relatives au Forex

ferroviaire est indispensable pour des raisons de sécurité et

d ' économie dans l ' exercice de leur activité.



Article 7



Forme des demandes



Les demandes visées aux articles 5 et 6 it être envoyées

au Secrétaire général et adressées à la Commission d ' experts

techniques dans l'une des langues de travail conformément à

l'article 1er, § 6 de la Convention. La Commission d ' experts

techniques rejeter une demande peut dès lors qu'elle la juge

incomplète, incohérente, ou incorrectement motivée

injustifiée. La demande doit comporter une évaluation des

conséquences sociales, économiques et environnementales.



Article 7a



Evaluation des conséquences



§ 1 La Commission prend sa décision d ' expert techniques

Après avoir considéré les motifs et éléments justificatifs

fournis par le demandeur



§ 2 L ' évaluation précise de l ' impact probable pour l ' ensemble

des États parties, des opérateurs et des autres acteurs

afférents concernés. Si la proposition a un impact sur des

PTU autres que celle visée directement par la proposition,

CES interfaces it être également prises en compte.



§ 3 L ' ensemble des entités concernées participent à

l ' évaluation en fournissant, à titre gracieux, les données

requises, à moins qu'elle elles ne anything protégées par des droits

de propriété intellectuelle.



Article 8



PTU



§ 1 sont publiées Les PTU adoptées sur le site Web de

l ' Organisation.



§ 2 A principe, chaque sous-système est soumis à une PTU. Au

Besoin, un sous-système pourra être couvert par plusieurs PTU

couvrir plusieurs et une sous-systèmes PTU.



§ 2a Les PTU s ' appliquent aux sous-systèmes neufs. Elles

s ' appliquent également à un sous-système existant lorsque

celui-ci a été rénové ou renouvelé. Cette application doit

être conforme conforme à la stratégie de migration visée au paragraph

4, lettre f).



§ 3 Au terme du processus de notification prévu à l'article

35, §§ 3 et 4 de la Convention et au minimum un mois avant

l ' entrée en vigueur, le Secrétaire général publie sur le site

Web de l'Organisation



a) la PTU adoptée et notifiée;



b) la date de son entrée en vigueur;



(c) la liste des États parties) auxquels elle s ' applique;



d) la liste actualisée des PTU et leur date d ' entrée en

vigueur.



§ 4 Dans la mesure nécessaire à l ' atteinte you but fixé à

l'article 3, les PTU faisant (BCR) à des sous-systèmes

It au minimum:



a) indiquer leur champ d ' application prévu (partie de réseau

OU vehicules, sous-système ou partie de sous-système);



exigences essentielles fixer les b) pour chaque sous-système

concerné et ses interfaces vis-à-vis d'autres

sous-systèmes;

définir les spécifications c)

technico-fonctionnelles qui it être respectées par

chaque sous-système et ses interfaces vis-à-vis d'autres

sous-systèmes. Au besoin, ces spécifications can vary

En fonction de l ' utilisation du soussystème, par exemple en

fonction des catégories de ligne, the moyeu et/ou de

vehicules;



d) determiner les éléments de construction ou les interfaces

et qui constituants d ' être couverts order it

par des normes techniques et qui sont nécessaires pour

order parvenir à l ' dans le système ferroviaire;



e) chaque cas, préciser dans les procédures considéré, à

appliquer pour évaluer la conformité aux disposition des

PTU. CES procédures reposent sur les modules d ' évaluation

définis dans une PTU générale visée au paragraph 8;



f) indiquer la stratégie de mise en oeuvre des PTU. Il est

nécessaire, en particulier, de spécifier les étapes à

franchir pour opérer une transition progressive de la

situation existante à la situation finale où la conformité à

La PTU est la norme; pour chaque étape, des outline

transitoires appropriées sont incluses et



g) précisent concerné, pour le personnel, les qualifications

professionnelles ainsi que les conditions sanitaires et de

sécurité au travail exigées pour l ' exploitation et la

maintenance du sous-système concerné, ainsi que pour la mise

the oeuvre de la PTU.



§ 5 Chaque PTU doit être élaborée sur la base d'un degree

d'un sous-système existant et préciser un ou plusieurs

sous-systèmes cibles pouvant être obtenus progressivement

dans un laps de temps raisonnable. En conséquence, l ' adoption

progressive des PTU et la conformité avec celles-ci

permettent progressivement de réaliser l ' order you

Système ferroviaire.



§ 6 the préserver Les it, PTU manière appropriée, la

compatibilité du système ferroviaireexistant de chaque État

partie. Au regard de cet objectif peut être prévu, il, dancing

chaque PTU, une disposition traitant de «cas spécifiques»

applicables à un ou plusieurs États parties à dans les

Domaines des réseaux et des vehicules; une attention toute

Particulière doit être portée au gabarit de chargement, à

l ' écartement ou de la voie à l'espace entre les voies et aux

vehicules au pore ou à destination de pays tiers. Pour

chaque cas spécifique, les règles stipulent the PTU les mise

an oeuvre des éléments indiqués au § 4, lettres à c) (g)).



§ 7 Les aspects techniques correspondant aux exigences

essentielles qui ne pas être explicitement can couverts

par la clairement identifiés seront PTU, dans cette

prescription comme "points ouverts".



§ 8 La Commission d ' experts techniques peut adopter des PTU

NE faisant pas (BCR) à des sous-systèmes telles que des

disposition générales des exigences essentielles, ou des

modules d ' évaluation.



§ 9 Les PTU see présentent dance un format a deux colonnes.

Quand le texte apparaît sur toute la largeur de la page sans

colonnes, il est identique aux textes des correspondants

spécifications techniques d ' order (STI) de l'Union

Européenne. Quand le texte est scindé a deux colonnes, il

EST différent pour les STI correspondantes ou PTU et les

Autres réglementations de l'Union européenne. Le texte de la

PTU (réglementations de OTIF) apparaît dans la colonne de

Gauche, le texte de la STI (Union européenne), dans la

Colonne de droite. Tout à fait à droite de la la (BCR)

STI est indiquée.



Article 8a



Lacunes constatées dans les PTU



§ 1 s'il vient à l ' attention de la Commission d ' experts

techniques qu ' une PTU comporte des erreurs ou des adoptée

lacunes, y compris si une PTU ne remplit pas pleinement les

exigences essentielles, la Commission prend les mesures qui

s ' imposent, ' notamment ':



a) décide si les PTU ne devraient pas être concernées

modifiées conformément aux articles 6 et 8 et



b) fait des recommandations des solutions expired

justifiées provisoires.



§ 2 Les États parties, les organizational régionales et les

organismes d ' évaluation sont tenus d ' informer sans tarder le

Secrétaire général de toute erreur ou lacune constatée dans

une PTU.



Article 9



Déclarations "



§ 1 Tout État partie peut, dans un "délai de quatre mois à

dater du jour de la notification par le Secrétaire général de

la décision de la Commission d ' expert's techniques, faire une

Déclaration motivée auprès de celui-ci, selon laquelle il

n ' appliquera pas ou que partiellement la norme technique

validée ou la PTU adoptée en ce qui concerne l ' infrastructure

located in metropolitan ferroviaire sur son territoire et le trafic sur cette

infrastructure.



§ 2 Les Etats parties ayant fait une déclaration conformément

au section 1 ne sont pas pris en compte dans la fixation du nombre

des Etats qui conformément à une objection it formulas

l'article 35, § 4 de la Convention, increase its qu ' une décision de

La Commission d ' experts techniques n ' entre pas en vigueur.



§ 3 L ' État qui à fait une déclaration conformément au § 1

peut y renoncer à tout moment an informant le Secrétaire

Général. Cette renonciation prend effet le premier jour du

deuxième mois suivant l ' information.



Article 10



Abrogation de l ' Unité Technique



L ' entrée en vigueur, dans tous les Etats parties à la

Convention internationale sur l ' Unité Technique des chemins


de fer, signée à Berne le 21 octobre 1882, dans sa teneur de

in 1938, des PTU adoptées par la Commission d ' expert's techniques

conformément à l'article 6, § 1 entraîne l ' abrogation de

ladite convention.



Article 11



Primauté des PTU



§ 1 Après l ' entrée en vigueur des PTU, adoptées par la

Commission d ' experts techniques conformément à l'article 6, §

1, les normes techniques et les PTU, priment, dans les

relations entre les Etats parties, sur les outline de la

Convention internationale sur l ' Unité Technique des chemins

de fer, signée à Berne le 21 octobre 1882, dans sa teneur de

in 1938.



§ 2 Après l ' entrée en vigueur des PTU, adoptées par la

Commission d ' experts techniques conformément à l'article 6, §

les présentes Règles uniformes 1, ainsi que les normes

techniques et les PTU, priment, dans les Etats parties, sur

Les outline techniques:



a) Règlement pour l ' emploi réciproque des voitures et des

fourgons a trafic international (RIC),



b) Règlement pour l ' emploi réciproque des wagons a trafic

International (RIV).



Article 12



National technical requirements



Les États parties veillent § 1 à informer le Secrétaire

Général de leurs spécifications techniques nationales

applicables aux vehicules carriage. Le Secrétaire général

ces spécifications publie dans la banque de données visée à

l'article 13 des Règles uniformes ATMF. L'information est

communiquée au Secrétaire général dans les trois mois suivant

la date d ' entrée en vigueur des Règles uniformes révisées. La

outline temporaire ne peut rester en vigueur que jusqu ' à

sa mise en vigueur ou jusqu ' à la mise en vigueur d'une

or Spécification analogue couple l adoption the prescriptions

conformément aux articles ci-dessus. L ' État partie peut, à

tout moment, retirer la disposition temporaire et le notifier

au Secrétaire général.



§ 2 Lorsqu ' une PTU a été adoptée ou amendée, l ' État partie

Veille à ce que le Secrétaire général soit informé (avec les

éléments justificatifs à l ' appui) des spécifications

techniques nationales mentionnées au auxquelles il faudra § 1

continuer à se conformer pour pouvoir garantir la

compatibilité technique entre les vehicules et son réseau;

CES spécifications englobent les règles nationales

applicables aux «points ouverts» des prescriptions

techniques et aux cas spécifiques dûment identifiés dans la

prescription technique.



L ' information communiquée comporte l ' indication du/des «

point (s) ouvert (s)» et/ou du/des «cas spécifique (s)» de la

PTU auquel/auxquels see reporting chaque or spécification

technique Nationale. Les spécifications techniques nationales

NE restent valides que si le Secrétaire général la reçoit

notification dans les six mois suivant la date d ' entrée en

vigueur de la prescription technique a question ou de la

modification qui lui a été apportée.



§ 3 L ' information communiquée comporte le texte brood intégral de

La disposition technique Nationale dans une langue official

de l ' État partie, ainsi que le titre et un résumé dans l'une

des langues officielles de OTIF.



Article 13



Table d ' équivalence



§ 1 increase its de réduire au minimum les évaluations et par là même

Les coûts à une demande d ' admission dependent technique, les

spécifications techniques nationales conformes à l'article 12

sont classées conformément à la liste des paramètres et aux

Principes définis dans L'Annexe au présent Appendice. Le

classement est effectué sous la responsabilité de la

Commission d ' expert's techniques. Les États parties et les

organizational régionales coopèrent avec la Commission

d ' expert's techniques et le Secrétaire général dans

l ' exécution de cette Tache.



§ 2 La Commission d ' experts techniques peut réviser L'Annexe

en tenant compte de l ' expérience acquise en matière

d ' acceptation croisée des vehicules dans les États parties.



§ 3 La Commission d ' experts techniques veille à

l ' establishment d'un document de (BCR) référençant de

manière croisée de l ' ensemble des spécifications techniques

nationales notifiées. Ledit document, qui mentionne aussi les

outline pertinentes des PTU et des STI correspondantes

(art. 8, § 9), sera publié sur le site Web de l ' Organisation

et tenu à jour.



§ 4 Prenant dûment en compte l ' opinion des États parties

concernés et régionales des impliquées organization, la

Commission d ' peut décider de déclarer expert techniques

l ' équivalence, a termes de sécurité ferroviaire:



a) entre les spécifications techniques nationales de

différents États parties;



b) entre les disposition des PTU et celles des STI

correspondantes;



c) entre les spécifications techniques nationales d'un ou de

plusieurs États et les partieset des PTU/ou outline

celles des STI.



L ' équivalence déclarée sera indiquée dans un tableau

d ' équivalence dans le document de (BCR) mentionné au paragraph 3

ci-dessus.



Annexe



Paramètres à vérifier l ' report avec admission technique

the vehicules non conformes aux PTU et classification des

spécifications techniques nationales



1. Liste des paramètres



1.1 General documentation



La documentation générale (comprenant la description du

véhicule neuf, renouvelé ou réaménagé et son usage prévu, les

information sur la conception, la réparation, l ' exploitation

et l ' entretien, le dossier technique, etc.)



1.2 Structure et parties mécaniques



L ' intégrité mécanique et l'interface entre les vehicules (y

COMPRIS les tampons et les organes de traction, les

couloirs/passerelles), la robustesse de la structure du

véhicule et de ses équipements (par exemple, sièges), la

Capacité de charge, la sécurité passive (y compris la

résistance aux chocs intérieure et was)



1.3 Interactions véhicule/voie et gabarit



Les interfaces vis-à-vis mécaniques de l ' infrastructure (y

COMPRIS le comportement statique et dynamique, les jeux et

tolérances, gabarit, les organes de roulement, etc.)



1.4 Equipements de freinage



Dispositifs de freinage (y compris la protection

anti-enrayage, la commande de freinage, la puissance de

freinage a fashion service, stationnement et urgence)



1.5 Dispositifs associés aux passagers



Installation à l ' usage des passagers et environnement des

passagers (y compris les vitres et les portes des voitures à

besoins particuliers des passagers, les personnes à mobilité

réduite, etc.)



1.6 Conditions environnementales et effets aérodynamiques



L ' impact de l'environnement sur le véhicule et l ' impact you

véhicule sur l ' environnement (y compris les conditions

aérodynamiques, l'interface entre le véhicule et la partie

"sol" système ferroviaire you et l'interface avec

l ' environnement extérieur)



1.7 Avertisseur extérieur, signalétique, exigences en matière

d ' intégrité du logiciel



Les avertisseurs extérieurs, la signalétique, les fonctions

et l ' intégrité du logiciel, par exemple les fonctions

conditionnant la sécurité et ayant une incidence sur le

comportement du train, y compris du bus de train



1.8 Systèmes d ' énergie et de l'alimentation en commande à

table

La propulsion à bord, les systèmes d'information et de l'alimentation

Commande, l'interface du véhicule avec l ' infrastructure

d ' énergie et l'alimentation a tous les aspects de la

compatibilité électromagnétique



1.9 Installation pour le personnel, interfaces et

Environnement



Les installation à bord, les interfaces, les conditions et

l environnement de travail du personnel (y compris les postes

de conduite, l'interface conducteur-machine)



1.10 Protection contre l ' incendie et évacuation



1.11 Maintenance



Installation à bord et interfaces de la maintenance



1.12 Contrôle-commande et signalisation à table



L ' ensemble de l ' équipement de table servant à assurer la

Sécurité, à commander et à contrôler les mouvements des

trains autorisés à circuler sur le réseau et ses effets sur

La partie du système ferroviaire "Sun"



1.13 Besoins opérationnels spécifiques



Les besoins opérationnels spécifiques des vehicules (y

COMPRIS le mode dégradé, le dépannage de vehicules, etc.)



1.14 Dispositifs associés au fret



Les exigences et l ' environnement spécifiques au fret (y

COMPRIS les marchandises spécifiques aux installation

dangereuses)



Les explications et .exemples en italiques ci-dessus ont un

caractère purement indicatif et ne constituent pas des

définitions des paramètres.



2. Classification des spécifications techniques nationales



Les spécifications techniques nationales relatives aux

paramètres identifiés à la section 1 sont affectées à l'un

des trois groupes suivants. Les règles et restrictions they

nature ne sont pas strictement concernées locale; leur

vérification implique la mise en place de controles, d'un

commun accord, par les entreprises et les carriage

gestionnaires d ' infrastructures.



Groupe A.



Le Groupe A comprend:



– les normes internationales,



– les règles nationales réputées équivalentes, sur le plan de

La sécurité ferroviaire, à des règles nationales d ' autres

États principles,



– les règles nationales réputées équivalentes, sur le plan de

La sécurité ferroviaire, aux disposition des PTU et/ou des

STI.



Groupe B



Le Groupe B comprend toutes les règles qui ne tombent pas

dans le champ d ' application you Groupe A ou du Groupe C, ou

qu'il n'a pas encore été possible de classes dans l'un de ces

Groupes.



Groupe C



Le Groupe C comprend les règles associées aux

caractéristiques techniques de infrastructure et qui sont


strictement nécessaires pour garantir un usage sûr et

interopérable sur le réseau concerné (par exemple le

gabarit).



Uniform Rules concerning the Validation of Technical

Standards and the Adoption of Uniform Technical Prescriptions

applicable to Railway Material intended to be used in

International Traffic (APTU – appendix F to the Convention)



Article 1



Scope



These Uniform Rules lay down, for railway material intended

to be used in international traffic, the procedure for the

validation of technical standards and the adoption of Uniform

Technical Prescriptions (UTP).



Article 2



Definition



For the purposes of these Uniform Rules, their Annex (es) and

the UTP, in addition to the terms defined in Article 2 of

ATMF, the term



a) "carriage" (or "coach") means a railway vehicle, not

provided with a means of traction, which is intended to carry

passengers; the term includes a luggage wagon which is

intended to be carried in a passenger train;



b) "project in an advanced stage of development" means any

project whose planning/construction stage has reached a point

where a change in the technical specifications would be

with unacceptable to the Contracting State concerned. Such an

impediment may be legal, detailed, economic, financial,

social or environmental in nature and must be duly

substantiated;



c) "substitution in the framework of maintenance" means any

replacement of components by parts of identical function and

performance in the framework of preventive or corrective

maintenance;



d) "technical prescription" means a rule, other than (a)

technical standard, included in the UTP, relating to the

construction, operation, maintenance or safety aspects or

relating to a procedure concerning railway material;



e) "technical standard" means a voluntary standard adopted by

a recognised international standardisation body, according to

the procedures applicable to it;.



f) traction unit "means a railway vehicle provided with a

means of traction;



g) "wagon" means a railway vehicle, not provided with a means

of traction, which is intended to carry goods;



Article 3



Aim



§ 1 The validation of technical standards relating to railway

materials and the adoption of UTP applicable to railway

materials shall have as its aim to



a) facilitate the free circulation of vehicles and the free

use of other railway material in international traffic,



(b)) contribute to ensuring the safety, efficiency and the

availability for international traffic,



c) take account of the protection of the environment and

public health.



§ 2 When technical standards are validated or UTP are

adopted, only those prepared at the international level shall

be taken into account.



§ 3 To the extent possible



(a)) it is appropriate to ensure interoperability of technical

systems and components necessary for international traffic;



b) technical standards and UTP shall be performance related.

If appropriate, they shall include variants.



Article 4



Preparation of technical standards and UTP



§ 1 The preparation of technical standards concerning railway

materials and the standardisation of industrial products and

procedures shall be the responsibility of recognised national

and international standardisation bodies.



§ 2 The preparation of UTP shall be the responsibility of the

The Committee of Technical Experts assisted by appropriate

working groups and the Secretary General on the basis of

applications made in accordance with Article 6.



Article 5



Validation of technical standards



§ 1 The Committee of Technical Experts shall decide whether

to validate a technical standard or specific parts of it into

accordance with the procedure laid down in Articles 16, 20

and 33 § 6 of the Convention. The decisions shall enter into

force in accordance with Article 35 §§ 3 and 4 of the

Convention.



§ 2 An application for validation of a technical standard may

request made by:



a) any Contracting State;



b) any regional organization as defined in Article 2 x) of

ATMF;



c) any national or international standardisation body having

the task of standardisation in the railway field; Article 3 §

2 shall be taken into account;



d) any representative international association for whose

Members the existence of technical standards relating to

railway materials is indispensable for reasons of safety and

economy in the exercise of their activity.



§ 3 The references to validated technical standards shall be

published by the Secretary General on the website of the

Organization. Once the reference is published, the

application of this technical standard gives presumption of

compliance with the corresponding UTP.



§ 4 The application of validated technical standards is

voluntary; However, a standard or a part of it may be made

obligatory through provisions in a UTP.



Article 6



Adoption of UTP



§ 1 The Committee of Technical Experts shall decide whether

to adopt a UTP or a provision amending it in accordance with

the procedure laid down in Articles 16, 20 and 33 § 6 of the

Convention. The decisions shall enter into force in

accordance with Article 35 §§ 3 and 4 of the Convention.



§ 2 An application for adoption of a UTP or a Commission

amending it may be made by:



a) any Contracting State;



b) any regional organization as defined in Article 2 x) of

ATMF;



c) any representative international association for whose

Members the existence of UTP relating to railway material is

indispensable for reasons of safety and economy in the

exercise of their activity.



Article 7



Form of applications



Applications referred to in Articles 5 and 6 shall be sent to

the Secretary General and addressed to the Committee of

Technical Experts in one of the working languages according

to Article 1 § 6 of the Convention. The Committee of

Technical Experts may reject any application, if it considers

the application not to be complete, coherent, properly

reasoned or justified. The application shall include an

assessment of social, economic and environmental

consequences.



Article 7a



Assessment of consequences



§ 1 The Committee of Technical Experts shall take its

decision after consideration of the reasoning and

justification provided by the applicant.



§ 2 The assessment shall indicate the likely impact for all

Contracting States, operators and other relevant actors

concerned. If the proposal has an impact on UTP other than

the one for which the proposal is directly intended, these

interfaces shall also be taken into account.



§ 3 All concerned entities shall participate in the

assessment by providing free of charge the requisite data

unless covered by intellectual property rights.



Article 8



UTP



§ 1 The adopted UTP shall be published on the website of the

Organization.



§ 2 In principle, each subsystem shall be subject to one UTP.

Where relevant, a subsystem may be covered by several UTP and

one UTP may cover several subsystems.



§ 2a The UTP shall apply to new subsystems. They shall also

apply to an existing subsystem when it is renewed or

upgraded. The application shall be in accordance with the

migration strategy referred to in § 4 f).



§ 3 After the notification process according to Article 35 §§

3 and 4 of the Convention and at least one month before entry

into force, the Secretary General shall publish on the

website of the Organisation



(a)) the adopted and notified UTP;



(b)), the date of its entry into force;



c) the list of Contracting States to which this UTP

applies;

(d)) the updated list of UTP and their date of entry

into force.



4. To the extent necessary to achieve the aim set out in

Article 3, the UTP referring to subsystems shall at least:



a) indicate its intended scope (part of network or vehicles;

subsystem or part of subsystem);



b) lay down essential requirements for each subsystem

concerned and its interfaces vis-à-vis other subsystems;



c) establish the functional and technical specifications to

be met by the subsystem and its interfaces vis-à-vis other

subsystems. If need be, these specifications may vary

According to the use of the subsystem, for example according

to the categories of line, hub and/or vehicles;



d) determine the elements of construction or interoperability

constituents and interfaces which must be covered by

technical standards, which are necessary to achieve

interoperability within the rail system;



e) state, in each case under consideration, which procedures

are to be used in order to assess the conformity with the

provisions of the UTP. These procedures shall be based on the

assessment modules defined in (a) general UTP referred to in

§ 8;



f) indicate the strategy for implementing the UTP. In

particular, it is necessary to specify the stages to be

completed in order to make a gradual transition from the

existing situation to the final situation in which compliance

with the UTP shall be the norm; for each stage, appropriate

transitional provisions shall be included and



g) indicate, for the staff concerned, the professional

qualifications and health and safety conditions at work

required for the operation and maintenance of the subsystem

concerned, as well as for the implementation of the UTP.



§ 5 Each UTP shall be drawn up on the basis of an examination

of an existing subsystem and indicate one or more target

subsystems that may be obtained gradually within a reasonable

time scale. Accordingly, the gradual adoption of the UTP and

compliance therewith will help gradually to achieve the

interoperability of the rail system.



§ 6 The UTP shall retain, in an appropriate manner, the

compatibility of the existing rail system of each Contracting

State. With this objective, provision may be made in each UTP


for "specific cases" covering one or more Contracting States,

with regard to both network and vehicles; Special attention

must be given to the loading gauge, the track gauge or space

between the tracks and to vehicles originating from or

destined for third countries. For each specific case, the UTP

shall stipulate the implementing rules of the elements

indicated in § 4 c) to (g)).



§ 7 If certain technical aspects corresponding to the

essential requirements cannot be explicitly covered in the

UTP, they shall be clearly identified in it as "open

points ".



§ 8 The Committee of Technical Experts may adopt UTP which do

Note refer to subsystems, such as general provisions,

essential requirements or assessment modules.



§ 9 The UTP shall have a two column format. Text which

appears in full width without columns is identical to

corresponding texts of the European Union Technical

Specifications for Interoperability (TSI). Text which is

split into two columns is different for the UTP and for the

corresponding TSI or other corresponding European Union

regulations. The left hand column shows the UTP text (OTIF

regulations), while the right hand column shows the European

Union TSI text. On the far right the TSI reference is

indicated.



Article 8a



Deficiencies in UTP



§ 1 If it comes to the attention of the Committee of

Technical Experts that an adopted UTP contains errors or

deficiencies including where an adopted UTP does not fully

meet the essential requirements, the Committee shall take the

appropriate measures, including:



(a)) the decision whether the relevant UTP may need to be

amended in accordance with Articles 6 and 8 and



b) recommendations for justified provisional solutions.



§ 2 The Contracting States, a regional organization and

assessing bodies have the obligation to inform the Secretary

General without delay if they discover errors or deficiencies

in a UTP.



Article 9



Declarations



§ 1 Any Contracting State may, within a period of four months

from the day of notification of the decision of the Committee

of Technical Experts by the Secretary General, make a

reasoned declaration notifying him that it will not apply, or

will apply only partially, the validated technical standard

or the adopted UTP, so far as it concerns the railway

infrastructure situated on its territory and the traffic on

that infrastructure.



§ 2 The Contracting States which have made a declaration in

accordance with § 1 shall not be taken into account in

determining the number of States which must formulate an

objection in accordance with Article 35 § 4 of the

Convention, in order that a decision of the Committee of

Technical Experts should not enter into force.



§ 3 A State which has made a declaration in accordance with §

1 may withdraw it at any time by notification to the

The Secretary General. This withdrawal shall take effect on the

first day of the second month following the notification.



Article 10



Abrogation of Technical Unity



The entry into force of the UTP, adopted by the Committee of

Technical Experts in accordance with Article 6 § 1, in all

the States parties to the 1938 version of the International

Convention on the Technical Unity of Railways, signed at

Berne on 21 October 1882, shall abrogate that convention.



Article 11



Precedence of the UTP



§ 1 With the entry into force of the UTP, adopted by the

The Committee of Technical Experts in accordance with Article 6 §

1, the technical standards and the UTP shall take precedence,

in relations between Contracting States, over the provisions

of the 1938 version of the International Convention on the

Technical Unity of Railways, signed at Berne on 21 October

1882.



§ 2 With the entry into force of the UTP, adopted by the

The Committee of Technical Experts in accordance with Article 6 §

1 these Uniform Rules as well as the technical standards and

the UTP, shall take precedence, in the Contracting States,

over the technical provisions



a) of the Regulation gover-ing the reciprocal use of

carriages and brake vans in international traffic (RIC),



b) of the Regulation governing the reciprocal use of wagons

in international traffic (RIV).



Article 12



Spécifications techniques nationales



section 1 Contracting States shall ensure that the Secretary

The General is informed of their national technical requirements

which apply to railway vehicles. The Secretary General shall

publish these requirements in the data bank referred to in

Article 13 of the ATMF Uniform Rules. The information shall

be received by the Secretary General within 3 months from the

day when the revised Uniform Rules enter into force. Such a

requirement may stay in force only until it or an analogous

requirement is brought into force through the adoption of

prescriptions according to the Articles above. The

Contracting State may at any time withdraw the temporary

commissions and notify this to the Secretary General.



§ 2 When a UTP has been adopted or amended, the Contracting

State shall ensure that the Secretary General is informed-

with justification of those national technical requirements

mentioned in § 1 which it will still require to be complied

with in order to ensure the technical compatibility between

the vehicles and its network concerned; This includes

the national rules applicable to the open points "in the technical

prescriptions and applicable to the specific cases duly

identified in the technical prescription.



The information shall include indication of the "open

point (s) "and/or" specific case (s) "in the UTP to which each

national technical requirement relates. The national

technical requirements shall only remain valid if the

notification is received by the Secretary General within 6

months from the day when the technical prescription in

question or the change to it has entered into force.



§ 3 The information shall include the full text of the

national technical Commission in an official language of the

Contracting State as well as the title and a summary in one

of the official OTIF languages.



Article 13



Downstream table



§ 1 In order to minimise the assessments and thereby the

costs for applying for a technical admission, national

technical requirements in accordance with Article 12 shall be

classified pursuant to the list of parameters and the

principles set out in the Annex to these Uniform Rules. The

classification shall be carried out under the responsibility

of the Committee of Technical Experts. The Contracting States

and the regional organization shall cooperate with the

The Committee of Technical Experts and the Secretary General in

This task.



§ 2 The Committee of Technical Experts may review the Annex

taking account of the experience with the cross-acceptance of

vehicles in the Contracting States.



§ 3 The Committee of Technical Experts shall ensure that (a)

reference document is drawn up cross-referencing all the

notified national technical requirements. The reference

document shall also indicate the relevant provisions in the

UTP and the corresponding TSI (Article 8, § 9). The reference

document shall be published on the website of the

Organization and shall be kept up to date.



§ 4 Taking due account of the opinion of the Contracting

States concerned and of the regional organization involved,

the Committee of Technical Experts may decide to declare the

Downstream business in railway safety terms:



a) between national technical requirements of different

Contracting States;



b) between provisions in the UTP and the corresponding TSI;

and



c) between national technical requirements of one or more

Contracting States and provisions in the UTP and/or

provisions in the TSI.



The downstream business declared shall be indicated in an downstream

table in the reference document mentioned in paragraph 3 above.



Annex



Parameters to be checked in Conjunction with the Technical

Admission of Non-UTP Conform Vehicles and Classification of

the National Technical Requirements



1. List of Parameters



1.1 Documentation générale



General documentation (including description of new, renewed

or upgraded vehicle and its intended use, design, repair,

operation and maintenance information, technical file,

etc.)



1.2 Structure and mechanical parts



Mechanical integrity and interface between vehicles

(including draw and buffer gear, gangways), the strength of

vehicle structure and fittings (e.g. seats), loading

capability, passive safety (including interior and exterior

crashworthiness)



1.3 Track interaction and gauging data



Mechanical interfaces to the infrastructure (including static

and dynamic behaviour, clearances and fits, gauge, running

gear, etc.)



1.4. Braking equipment



Braking-related items (including wheel-slide protecttion,

braking control, and braking performance in service,

emergency and parking modes)



1.5 Passenger-related items



Passenger facilities and passenger environment (including

passenger windows and doors, requirements for person's with

reduced mobility, etc.)



1.6 Environmental conditions and aerodynamic effects



Impact of the environment on the vehicle and the impact of the

vehicle on the environment (including aerodynamic conditions

and both the interface between the vehicle and the trackside

part of the railway system and the interface with the

external environment)



1.7 External warning, marking, functions and software

integrity requirements



External warnings, markings, functions and integrity of

software, e.g. safety-related functions with an impact on

train behaviour including train bus



1.8 the Onboard power supply and control systems



Onboard propulsion, power and control systems, plus the

interface of the vehicle with the power supply infrastructure

and all aspects of electromagnetic compatibility




1.9 Staff facilities, interfaces and environment



On-board facilities, interfaces, working conditions and

environment for staff (including drivers ' cabs, driver

machine interface)



1.10. Fire safety and evacuation



1.11 Servicing



Onboard facilities and interfaces for servicing



1.12 the Onboard control, command and signalling



All the on-board equipment necessary to ensure safety and to

command and control movements of trains authorised to travel

on the network and its effects on the trackside part of the

railway systems



1.13 Specific operational requirements



Specific operational requirements for vehicles (including

degraded mode, vehicle recovery, etc.)



1.14 Freight related items



Freight-specific requirements and environment (including

facilities specifically required for dangerous goods)



Explanations and examples in italics above are for

information only and are not the definition of the parameters.



2. Classification of the National Technical Requirements



The national technical requirements relating to the

parameters identified in section 1 shall be attributed to one

of the following three groups. Rules and restrictions of a

strictly local nature are not involved; their verification

involves checks to be put in place by mutual agreement

between the railway undertakings and the infrastructure

managers.



Group A



Group A covers:



– international standards,



– national rules deemed to be equivalent, in railway safety

terms, to national rules of other Member States,



– national rules deemed to be equivalent, in railway safety

terms, to the provisions in the UTP and/or provisions in the

TSI.



Group B



Group B covers all rules that do not fall within the scope of

Group A or Group C, or that it has not yet been possible to

classify in one of these groups.



Group C



Group C covers rules that are strictly necessary and are

associated with technical infrastructure characteristics, in

order to ensure safe and interoperable use in the network

concerned (e.g. the loading gauge).



Uniform rules for the validation of technical standards

and the adoption of uniform technical prescriptions for

railway equipment intended to be used in international traffic

(APTU – Appendix F to the Treaty)



Article 1



Scope of application



In these uniform rules lays down the procedure for

validation of technical standards and the adoption of

global technical regulations (UTP) for railway equipment

intended to be used in international traffic.



Article 2



Definitions



In these uniform rules, their attachment/s and UTP,

In addition to the terms defined in article 2 of the ATMF referred to

with



(a) a railway passenger carriage): vehicles not equipped with

own tractive power and which is designed to carry passengers,

which includes a luggage cart that is intended to be incorporated in a

trains carrying passengers;



b) advanced projects: a project whose

planning/construction stage has reached a point where a

change in the technical specifications would not be

acceptable for the participation of the State involved. Such a

barriers may be of a legal, contractual, economic,

financial, social or environmental in nature and must be

enough substanstiell;



c) Exchange in the framework of maintenance: replacement of components

with parts of identical function and performance in the framework of

preventive maintenance or repairs;



d) technical regulation: a rule that is not a technical

the standard, which is part of UTP, and relating to the manufacture, operation,

maintenance or safety aspects or involving a

procedure concerning railway material;



e) technical standard: a voluntary standard adopted by

a recognized international standards body, in accordance

with the procedure which is applicable to it;



f) towing vehicle "means a railway vehicle that is equipped with its own

traction;



g) freight wagon: a rail vehicle that is not equipped with its own

tractive power and which is intended to transport goods;



Article 3



Purpose



§ 1 the validation of technical standards for railway equipment

and the adoption of UTP for railway equipment to have that purpose

to



a) to facilitate the free movement of vehicles and the free

the use of other rolling stock in international

traffic,



b) help to ensure the security, reliability,

and availability in international traffic,



c) take account of environmental protection and public health.



§ 2 in the validation of technical standards or adoption of

UTP, only those that have been developed at the international level

be taken into account.



§ 3 in so far as it is possible



a) should interoperability is guaranteed as regards technological

systems and components that are necessary in international

traffic;



(b)), the technical standards and the UTP target

performance; where appropriate, they shall contain options.



Article 4



Preparation of technical standards and UTP



§ 1 the preparation of technical standards on

railway equipment and the standardization of products and

procedures within the industry should lie with the recognized national

and international standardisation bodies.



§ 2 it shall be incumbent upon the drafting of UTP technical

Expert Committee advised of appropriate working groups and

the Secretary-General, on the basis of applications filed in

accordance with article 6.



Article 5



Validation of technical standards



§ 1 the Committee of technical experts shall decide if validation of a

technical standard, application or specific parts of it,

in accordance with the procedure laid down in articles 16 and 20 as well as

Article 33 § 6 of the Treaty. Decisions shall enter into force in accordance with

Article 35 §§ 3 and 4 of the Treaty.



§ 2 the application for validation of a technical standard may be submitted

by



a) each participating State



b) each regional organization as defined in article

2 x) of ATMF,



c) each national or international

standards bodies that have standardization in

the railway sector to the task, in which article 3 § 2 shall be taken into account,



d) every International Association for whose

Members that for security reasons and for economic reasons in

the exercise of their activities is vital to the

There are technical standards for railway equipment.



§ 3 the Secretary General shall publish the references to the

validated technical standards on the Organization's website. So

soon a reference has been published, the application of this

technical standard are presumed to be in conformity with the

corresponding UTP: n.



§ 4 implementation of a validated technical standard is

voluntary, but a standard or part thereof may be

mandatory provisions of a UTP.



Article 6



Adoption of UTP



§ 1 the Committee of technical experts shall decide on the adoption of a

UTP or amendment in the in accordance with the procedure

referred to in articles 16 and 20, and article 33 § 6 of the

the Treaty. Decisions shall enter into force in accordance with article 35 §§ 3 and

(4) of the Treaty.



§ 2 the application for adoption of a UTP or a provision that

change may be submitted by



a) each participating State,



b) each regional organization as defined in article

2 x) of ATMF,



c) every International Association for whose

Members that for security reasons and for economic reasons in

the exercise of their activities is vital to the

see UTP regarding railway equipment.



Article 7



Design applications



The applications referred to in articles 5 and 6 shall be submitted to the

the Secretary-General and be addressed to the technical

Expert Committee on one of the working languages, in accordance with article 1 § 6

of the Treaty. Technical expert Committee may reject the application if

It considers that it is not comprehensive, coherent or

sufficiently motivated. The application must include an evaluation

of social, economic and environmental consequences.



Article 7a



Evaluation of the consequences



§ 1 Technical expert Committee shall take its decision after

Having considered the reasons and the reasons that the applicant

stated.

§ 2 the evaluation shall specify the expected

the effect on all participating States, operators and other

relevant actors involved. If the proposal has no effect

on another UTP than the proposal concerned, shall

interfaces also are included in the calculation.



§ 3 all involved entities shall participate in the evaluation by

to free provide the necessary data if it is not

intellectual property protected.



Article 8



UTP



§ 1 the adopted UTP: s will be published on the Organization's

home page.



§ 2 in principle, each of the subsystems shall be subject to a UTP.

When necessary, a subsystem may be covered by several

UTP: you and a UTP may cover several subsystems.



§ 2a UTP: n shall be applied to a new subsystem. It shall also

apply to existing subsystems at renewal or

rebuilding. The application shall be in accordance with

the migration strategy in section 4 (f)).



§ 3 after a notification procedure in accordance with article 35

§§ 3 and 4 of the Treaty and at least one month before

entry into force, the Secretary-General shall publish the following in the

the Organization's home page



(a)) the adopted and notified UTP: n,



(b)) date of its entry into force,



c) the list of participating States where UTP: n is applicable,



d) a current list of UTP: erna and the date they came into

force.



4. To the extent necessary to achieve the

the objective set out in article 3, the UTP: is related to the

some systems at least:



a) specify the scope (part of network

or conveyances, subsystem or part of subsystem),



b) specify the essential requirements for the subsystem concerned and its

interfaces with the other subsystems,




c) establish the functional and technical specifications

to be followed in the case of the subsystem and its interfaces

vis-à-vis other subsystems. If necessary, these

specifications vary depending on the use of

the subsystem, for example according to category of lines,

touchpoints and/or vehicles,



d) determine the structural elements or

determines the interoperability constituents and interfaces which must

covered by technical standards, which are necessary to

interoperability of the rail system,



(e)) for each case under consideration, which procedures shall

applicable to conformity assessment with

the provisions of UTP. These procedures shall be based on

bedömningsmodulerna of the General UTP as § 8 reference

to.



f) indicate the strategy for implementing the UTP. In particular, the

It is necessary to specify the stages to be completed for

a gradual transition from the existing situation to the

final situation, when UTP: erna shall constitute the applicable standard;

for each stage, appropriate transitional provisions be included

and



g) enter the professional qualifications and health and

security conditions that must be met for the relevant

staff for work with operation and maintenance of the

current subsystem, as well as for the implementation of UTP.



§ 5 Each UTP must be drawn up on the basis of an investigation

of the existing subsystem and specify one or more targets

subsystem that may be obtained gradually within a reasonable time.

By UTP: erna adopted incrementally and followed,

interoperability of the rail networks is achieved gradually.



§ 6 UTP: n need to appropriately preserve kompatibiliten in the

the existing rail system of each participating State. In this

purpose can be set for each specific case UTP including a

or more of the participating States, taking into account both

infrastructure and vehicles; Special attention must be given

the loading gauge, the track gauge or space between the tracks and

vehicles coming from or going to third countries. For each

special case shall specify the detailed rules relating to the UTP: n

the elements referred to section 4 c) to (g)).



§ 7 If certain technical aspects relating to the

essential requirements not in an explicit way, can be processed in

a UTP to the clearly stated in UTP: n as "open points".



§ 8 Technical expert Committee may adopt UTP are not related

to the subsystems, such as general provisions, essential

requirements or the conformity assessment modules.



§ 9 UTP: s should have two columns. Text over the

This page without columns is identical to the corresponding text in the

The European Union's technical specifications for

Interoperability (Tsis). Text is divided into two

columns are different for UTP and the corresponding TSI, or

any other equivalent regulation in the European Union.

The left column shows UTP-text (OTIF-rules),

While the right hand column shows the European Union's TSI-text.

The far right is TSI reference specified.



Article 8a



Deficiencies of UTP



§ 1 If technical expert Committee learns that an adopted

UTP contains errors or imperfections, which includes

When a presumed UTP does not fully meet the essential requirements;

the Committee shall take appropriate measures, including

means that



a) decide if the current UTP: n may need to be amended in accordance

with article 6 and 8 and



b) recommend appropriate workarounds.



§ 2 the participating States, regional organisations and

investigative bodies are obliged to inform without delay

the Secretary General if they discover errors or

imperfections in a UTP.



Article 9



Explanations



§ 1 each participating State may, within a period of four months

from the date on which the Secretary-General informed on the technical

the Expert Committee's decision to give a reasoned explanation

He that will not apply, or only partially

will applying the validated technical standard or

the adopted UTP: n in terms of railway infrastructure

situated on its territory and the traffic on this

infrastructure.



§ 2 the participating States which have made a declaration in

According to § 1 shall not be taken into account in determining the

number of States in accordance with article 35 § 4 of the Treaty must make

opposition to a decision by the Technical Committee of experts

should not enter into force.



§ 3 any State which has made a declaration in accordance with § 1

may at any time withdraw it by notification to

the Secretary-General. This withdrawal shall enter into force on the first

day of the second month following this message.



Article 10



Suspension of the technical unit



The entry into force of the UTP: s adopted by the technical

Expert Committee in accordance with article 6 § 1 in all States

which are parties to the International Convention on the Unité

Technique des chemins de fer (technical uniformity of

the railways), signed at Berne on October 21, 1882, in its

version from 1938, shall give rise to the Convention

is repealed.



Article 11



UTP's seniority



§ 1 after the entry into force of the UTP: you adopted by

technical expert Committee in accordance with article 6 § 1, the

technical standards and the UTP to the relations between the

participating States take precedence over the provisions of the

the International Convention on the Unité Technique des

chemins de fer, signed at Berne on October 21, 1882, in

amended from 1938.



§ 2 after the entry into force of the UTP: you adopted by

technical expert Committee in accordance with article 6 § 1, shall

these uniform rules as well as the technical standards and

UTP: s, in the participating States take precedence over the

technical provisions in



(a)) Regulations on mutual use of passenger wagons and

travel goods wagons in international traffic (RIC),



b) Regulations on mutual use of goods wagons in

international traffic (RIV).



Article 12



National technical requirements



§ 1 the participating States should ensure that the Secretary-General is

informed of national technical requirements applicable to

railway vehicles. The Secretary-General should publish these requirements

in the database to which article 13 of the ATMF uniform rules

refers to. The information shall be the SG

Commission within 3 months from the date the revised uniform

the rules take effect. Such a requirement may be in force

only until it or a similar requirement comes into

power through the adoption of rules in accordance with

the articles above. The participating States may at any time draw

back the temporary provision, and inform

the Secretary-General accordingly.



§ 2 When a UTP have been adopted or modified, to a participating

State is to ensure that generelsekretaren be informed – with a

justification – about the national technical requirements referred to in § 1

the State will still require to be met

to ensure technical compatibility between vehicle

and infrastructure; This includes national rules

apply to "open points" in the technical regulations and

those that apply to the specific cases laid down in the

technical regulation.



The information should specify which "open point (s)" and/or

special case UTP: n that each national technical requirements relating

themselves to. The national technical requirements are only valid if

the Secretary-General has received information about them within 6

months from the date on which the current technical regulation or

as amended, came into force.



§ 3 the information shall include the full text of the

the national technical provision on the participation

the State's official language, as well as its title, and a

summary in one of the official languages of the OTIF.



Article 13



Comparison table



§ 1 to minimize the evaluations, thereby

costs for applying for technical approval, shall

national technical requirements referred to in article 12 are classified in

According to the list of parameters and principles

in the annex to these uniform rules. Technical

the Expert Committee shall be responsible for the classification. Participation

States and regional organizations to cooperate with

technical expert Committee and the Secretary-General in the performance

of this task.



§ 2 Technical expert Committee may review the annex in the light

of participating States ' experience with mutual recognition of

vehicles.



§ 3 Technical expert Committee shall see to the creation of a

the reference document in which all main technical requirements

be cross-referenced. The reference document shall also include all

relevant provisions of UTP: n and the corresponding TSI

(article 8, § 9). The reference document to be published on

the Organization's website and be updated.



§ 4 after taking due account of the participating

States and regional organizations concerned, may

technical expert Committee decide to announce the equivalence

in railway safety terms:



a) between national technical requirements in different participating

States,



b) between the provisions of a UTP and its corresponding TSI

and



c) between national technical requirements in one or more

participating States and provisions of a UTP and/or

provisions of a TSD.



The announced equivalence shall be indicated in a

comparison table in the reference document referred to in paragraph 3 above.



Annex



Parameters to be checked during the technical approval of

vehicles that do not conform to the UTP and classification of

national technical requirements



1. List of parameters



1.1 General documentation



General documentation (which includes the description of new,

modernized and rebuilt vehicles and its intended

the use, design, repair, operation and

maintenance, technical support, etc.)




1.2 Structural and mechanical parts



Mechanical integrity and interfaces between vehicles (including

tensile and impact gear, and equipment), how robust the vehicle

structure and its equipment are (e.g., seats), load capacity,

passive safety (including Interior and exterior

Crashworthiness)



1.3 vehicle profiles and interaction between vehicle and track



Mechanical interfaces with the infrastructure (including static

and dynamic behavior, headroom and alignment, track gauge,

gear etc)



1.4 the Brake equipment



Bromsrelaterade items (including fixed braking protection,

brake control, and braking performance during operation, emergency and

parking position)



1.5 Related items



Passenger facilities and passenger environment (including

passenger window and doors, special devices for

people with limited mobility, etc.)



1.6 environmental and aerodynamic effects



Environmental impacts on the vehicle and the vehicle's impact on the environment

(including aerodynamic conditions and both the interface

between the vehicle and the ground-based portion of the

rail system and interface with the external environment)



1.7 External warning, signal and the software privacy requirements



External warning signs, markings and

software integrity, for example. security-related features

that affects the train's behavior, including "train bus"



1.8 power supply and control system on board



On-board propulsion, energy supply and

control systems, plus the interface between the vehicle and the

the energy supply infrastructure and all aspects of

electro-magnetic compatibility



1.9 Equipment, interfaces and environments that involve staff



Equipment, interface, working conditions and environments

relates to personnel on board the vehicle (including the driver,

interface between driver and machine)



1.10. Fire safety and evacuation



1.11 Maintenance



On-board equipment and interfaces for maintenance



1.12 On-board control-command and signalling



All on-board equipment necessary to ensure safety

and to control and check traffic with trains that have

permission to operate on the net and its impact on the

Trackside part of the railway system.



1.13 Specific operational requirements



Specific operational requirements for vehicles (including at

traffic disturbance, towing of vehicles, etc.)



1.14 Godsrelaterade components



Godsspecifika requirements and environmental requirements (including devices

specifically required for dangerous goods)



The explanations and examples in italics above are only intended

that information and not as definitions of the parameters.



2. classification of national technical requirements



The national technical requirements relating to the

the parameters set out in section 1, shall belong to one of

the following three groups. Rules and restrictions that are only

local are not affected; their verification requires that

controls must be installed by a mutual agreement between the

railway undertakings and infrastructure managers.



Group A



Group A includes:



– international standards,



– national rules deemed to be equivalent, in

the railway safety terms, to national rules of other

Member States,



– national rules deemed to be equivalent in

railway safety hazards with provisions of UTP and/or

TSI.



Group B



Group B covers all rules that do not fall within the Group's

or group C's scope, or that have not yet been

been possible to classify in one of these groups.



Group C



Group C covers rules that are strictly necessary and that

associated with the technical characteristics of the infrastructure, for

to ensure the safety and interoperability of the

the rail network (e.g. the loading gauge).

Regulation (2015:356).



Transitional provisions



2004:526



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 July 2004.



2. The regulation repeals



(a)) Regulation (1996:734) om statens spåranläggningar,



b) Ordinance (1997:757) on the allocation of track capacity,



c) Ordinance (1998:1827) on charges for traffic on the State's

line installations, etc., and



d) Ordinance (2000:1339) om rail system

high speed train.



3. A decision under 11, 12 or 15 of the regulation on the State's

line installations, which the Government announced before the entry into force

concerns that a decision under the new regulations.



4. A decision under paragraph 14, first paragraph, the regulation on

Statens spåranläggningar that Train traffic management announced before

entry into force comes as a Government decision under the new

regulations and a decision under section 14, second paragraph, of the same

Regulation applies as a Swedish rail Administration's decision under the new

regulations.



5. A decision under paragraph State regulation

Railroad facilities that Train traffic management announced before

entry into force applies as a Swedish rail Administration's decision under the new

regulations.



6. Train the Board may provide for when

the provisions on the description of railway networks and

award procedure in Chapter 6. Railway Act (2004:519) and 5

Cape. This regulation and the rules on fees in Chapter 7.

Railway Act shall apply for the first time. Until then, the

the provisions of the regulation on the State track installations,

the regulation on the allocation of track capacity and regulation

If fees for traffic on the State's railroad facilities, etc.

applied.

7. When considering matters under the regulation on

Statens spåranläggningar, regulation on the allocation of

track capacity, the regulation on charges for traffic on the State's

line installations, etc., and the regulation on rail system

high-speed trains brought before the entry into force

apply older provisions.



2007:121



This Regulation shall enter into force on 30 april 2007.

Provisions shall be applied for the period from 1

April 2007.



2007:453



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 July 2007.



2. for the examination of the case or cases brought before

before the entry into force of provisions applied earlier.



2010:288

This Regulation shall enter into force on 5 May 2010. The new

This provision shall, however, apply to the time from 22

April 2010.



2011:1117



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2012 in the case

If chapter 4. section 3, Chapter 6. 1 a, 3-7, 8 (b) § § and otherwise 1

December 2011.



2. Older regulations apply for the examination of the case or cases

instituted before its entry into force.



3. the Transport Board may provide for when

railway vehicles 1 december 2011 is already in use,

last should be assigned a maintenance Manager device under 2

Cape. section 23 of the Railway Act (2004:519).



2015:361



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on July 1, 2015.



2. Older regulations apply for case or cases

initiated prior to the entry into force.

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