Rs 0.740.81 Europe Agreement Of 1 St February 1991 On Large International Combined Transport Lines And Related Installations (Agtc)

Original Language Title: RS 0.740.81 Accord européen du 1er février 1991 sur les grandes lignes de transport international combiné et les installations connexes (AGTC)

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0.740.81 text original agreement on the broad lines of the international combined transport and facilities related (AGTC) concluded in Geneva on 1 February 1991 approved by the Federal Assembly on 16 December 1992, Instrument of ratification deposited by the Switzerland on February 11, 1993, entered into force for the Switzerland on 20 October 1993 (status December 10, 2009) the Contracting Parties wishing to facilitate the international transport of goods, knowing that the international transport of goods should grow due to the increase in the trade international, aware of the negative consequences that such developments could have on the environment, emphasizing the importance of the role of combined transport for which is to ease the burden on the European road network and in particular on transalpine traffic , as well as to limit the damage to the environment, convinced that it is essential to make international combined transport in Europe more efficient and more attractive to the customer, to put in place a legal framework establishing a coordinated plan of development of services of combined transport and the infrastructure for the operation of these services, on the basis of parameters and performance agreed upon international standards , have agreed to the following: chapter I General art. 1 definitions for the purposes of this agreement: a) the term "combined transport" means the transport of goods in a single transport unit using more than one mode of transport; b) "outline of international combined transport network" means all lines considered important for international combined transport Railroad: i) if they are commonly used as part of regular (for example, removable cash international combined transport (((((, by container, by semi); ii) if they serve as important feeder lines for international combined transport; iii) if it is expected to become important combined (according to the definitions given in i) transport lines in the near future and ii));

(c) "associated facilities" means the combined transport terminals, border crossing points, stations where exchanges of groups of cars, positions of change of gauge and the ports or links by ships playing an important role in international combined transport.

Art. 2 designation of the network the Contracting Parties adopt the provisions of this agreement in the form of an international co-ordinated creation and operation of a network of main lines of international combined transport and related facilities hereinafter referred to as "combined transport network" that they intend to implement as part of national programmes. Combined international transport network is made up of the lines of railway referred to in annex I to this agreement as well as by the combined transport terminals, border crossing points, the positions of change of gauge and the ports or links by ships that play an important role in the transport combined international and which are mentioned in annex II to this agreement.

Art. 3 technical features of the network the international combined transport network railway lines will comply with the characteristics set out in annex III to this agreement or will be aligned with the provisions of this annex during improvement works which should be done in accordance with national programmes.

Art. 4 operational objectives in order to facilitate the international transport services combined on the international combined transport network, the Contracting Parties will take the appropriate measures that be applied the performance parameters and minimum standards for combined transport trains and related facilities referred to in annex IV to the present agreement.

Art. 5 annexes the annexes to this agreement form part of an integral that agreement. Further annexes covering other aspects of combined transport may be added to the agreement, in accordance with the amendment procedure described in article 14.

Chapter II provisions final art. 6 designation of the depositary the Secretary-General of the United Nations is the depositary of the agreement.

Art. 7 signature 1. This agreement will be open to the office of the United Nations in Geneva for signature by States which are either members of the Economic Commission of the United Nations for Europe to be admitted to the Commission in an advisory capacity, in accordance with paragraphs 8 and 11 of the mandate of the Commission, from 1 April 1991 to 31 March 1992.
2. these signatures will be subject to ratification, acceptance or approval.

Art. 8 ratification, acceptance or approval 1. This agreement is subject to ratification, acceptance or approval, in accordance with paragraph 2 of article 7.
2. ratification, acceptance or approval will be made by the deposit of an instrument with the Secretary-General of the Organization of the United Nations.

Art. 9 membership 1. This agreement will be open for accession by any State referred to in paragraph 1 of article 7, from April 1, 1991.
2. the membership will be made by the deposit of an instrument with the Secretary-General of the United Nations.

Art. 10 entry into force 1. This agreement shall enter into force 90 days after the date on which the Governments of eight States have deposited an instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession provided that one or more lines of the international combined transport network connect continuously the territories of at least four of those States.
2 If this condition is not met, the agreement will enter into force 90 days after the date of the deposit of the instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession that will satisfy that condition.
3. for each State which will deposit an instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession after the date from which short the period of 90 days specified in paragraphs 1 and 2 of this article, the agreement will enter into force 90 days after the date of said deposit.

Art. 11 limits to the application of the agreement 1. No provision of this agreement will be construed as preventing a Contracting Party to take the measures consistent with the provisions of the Charter of the United Nations and limited to the exigencies of the situation, as it considers necessary for its external or internal security.
2. these measures, which must be temporary, shall be immediately notified to the Depositary specifying their nature.

RS 0.120 art. 12 settlement of disputes 1. Any dispute between two or more Contracting Parties about the interpretation or application of this agreement, that litigants could not resolve through negotiation or otherwise, will be submitted to arbitration if one any of the Parties in dispute ask, and, therefore, goes to one or more arbitrators selected by mutual agreement by the Parties in dispute. If, within three months from the date of the request for arbitration the Parties in dispute fail to agree on the choice of an arbitrator or arbitrators, one any party may ask the Secretary-General of the Organization of the United Nations to appoint a single arbitrator, before which the dispute will be referred for decision.
2. the award of the arbitrator or arbitrators appointed in accordance with paragraph 1 above will be binding on the Contracting Parties in dispute.

Art. 13 reservations any State may, at the time when he will sign this agreement or will deposit its instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession, notify the depositary that it does not consider itself bound by article 12 of this agreement.

Art. 14 the procedure for amendment of the present agreement 1. This agreement may be amended following the procedure defined in this article, subject to the provisions of articles 15 and 16.
2. at the request of a Contracting Party, any amendment of this agreement proposed by this party will be considered by the Working Group of intermodal transport and logistics of the Economic Commission of the United Nations for Europe.
3. If adopted by a majority of two-thirds of the Contracting Parties present and voting, the amendment will be communicated for acceptance to all the Contracting Parties by the Secretary-General of the United Nations.
4. any proposed amendment which has been published in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 3 of this article will take effect for all Contracting Parties three months after the expiration of a period of twelve months from the date of its communication, provided that during this period of twelve months no objection to the proposed amendment will have been notified to the Secretary-General of the United Nations by a State which is a Contracting Party.
5. If an objection to the proposed amendment has been notified in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 4 of this article, the amendment shall be deemed not to be accepted and will have absolutely no effect.


New content according to the AOS. March 18, 2008, adopted during the 49 session of the Working Group of intermodal transport and logistics of the Economic Commission of the United Nations for Europe, in effect since Dec. 10. 2009 (2014 649 RO).

Art. 15 procedure for amending annexes I and II 1. Annexes I and II to this agreement may be amended following the procedure stipulated in this article.
2. at the request of a Contracting Party, any amendment of the annexes I and II proposed by that party will be reviewed by the Working Group of intermodal transport and logistics of the Economic Commission of the United Nations for Europe.
3. If it is adopted by the majority of the Contracting Parties present and voting, the proposed amendment shall be communicated for acceptance to the Contracting Parties directly concerned by the Secretary-General of the United Nations. For the purposes of this article, a Contracting Party will be regarded as being directly concerned if, in the case of inclusion of a new line, an important terminal, a border crossing point, a change of gauge station, a port or a link by ferry or in the case of the modification of these facilities, its territory is crossed by this line or is directly connected to the important terminal or the terminal important the border crossing point, the position change of gauge or the terminal point of the port or the proposed ferry link are located on that territory.
4. any proposed amendment communicated in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 2 and 3 of this article shall be deemed accepted if, within six months following the date of its communication by the depositary, none of the Contracting Parties directly concerned has notified its objection to the proposed amendment to the Secretary-General of the Organization of the United Nations.
5. any amendment thus accepted will be communicated by the Secretary-General of the United Nations to all Contracting Parties and will enter into force three months after the date of its communication by the depositary.
6. If an objection to the proposed amendment has been notified in accordance with paragraph 4 of this article, the amendment shall be deemed not to be accepted and will have absolutely no effect.
7. the depositary shall be quickly informed by the secretariat of the Economic Commission for Europe to the Contracting Parties which are directly concerned by a proposal for amendment.

New content according to the AOS. March 18, 2008, adopted during the 49 session of the Working Group of intermodal transport and logistics of the Economic Commission of the United Nations for Europe, in effect since Dec. 10. 2009 (2014 649 RO).

Art. 16 procedure for amending annexes III and IV 1. Annexes III and IV of this agreement may be amended in accordance with the procedure laid down in this article.
2. at the request of a Contracting Party, any amendment to annexes III and IV proposed by this party will be considered by the Working Group of intermodal transport and logistics of the Economic Commission of the United Nations for Europe.
3. If adopted by a majority of two-thirds of the Contracting Parties present and voting, the amendment will be communicated for acceptance to all the Contracting Parties by the Secretary-General of the United Nations.
4. any proposed amendment communicated in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 3 of this article shall apply as approved unless that within the period of six months following the date of its communication a fifth or more of the Contracting Parties have notified their objection to the proposed amendment to the Secretary-General of the Organization of the United Nations.
5. any amendment accepted in accordance with paragraph 4 of this article will be communicated by the Secretary-General to all Contracting Parties and will enter into force three months after the date of its communication to all Contracting Parties except those which, before the date of its entry into force, will be notified to the Secretary-General their refusal to accept the proposed amendment.
6. If one fifth or more Contracting Parties have notified an objection to the amendment in accordance with paragraph 4 above, the amendment shall be deemed not to be accepted and will have absolutely no effect.

New content according to the AOS. March 18, 2008, adopted during the 49 session of the Working Group of intermodal transport and logistics of the Economic Commission of the United Nations for Europe, in effect since Dec. 10. 2009 (2014 649 RO).

Art. 17 saving clause the provisions of this agreement cannot prevail against those States are required to take them into application of some multilateral treaties such as the Treaty of Rome of 1957 establishing the European economic community.

Art. 18 denunciation 1. Any Contracting Party may denounce this agreement by written notification to the Secretary-General of the United Nations.
2. the denunciation shall take effect one year after the date of receipt of the notification by the Secretary-General.

Art. 19 extinction if, after the entry into force of this agreement, the number of States which are Contracting Parties is reduced to less than eight during any 12 consecutive months, this agreement will cease to have effect twelve months from the date on which the eighth State ceases to be a Contracting Party.

Art. 20 notifications and communications of the depositary in addition to the notifications and communications that may be specified in this agreement, the functions of depositary the Secretary-General of the United Nations will be such that they are specified in part VII of the Vienna Convention on the law of treaties, concluded at Vienna on 23 May 1969.

RS 0.111 art. 21 texts authentic to the original of this agreement, which in English, French and Russian texts are equally authentic, shall be deposited with the Secretary-General of the United Nations.
In faith whereof, the undersigned, to this duly authorized, have signed this agreement.
Done at Geneva, the first of February one thousand nine hundred eighty and eleven.
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Annex I lines of railway important for international combined transport General Note and explanation of the order of the lines 'C - E' numbers indicates the railway lines essentially identical to relevant E lines of the European Agreement on main international lines of railway (AGC) of 1985.
'C' indicates other important routes for international combined transport. The 'C' order of line numbers are identical to those of the nearest E line and are sometimes followed by a serial number.
E order number indicated to facilitate reference to the rows in the MCO and comparison with these. It in no way indicates if States are Contracting Parties to the AGC or intend to become.
* Symbols () = station outside the country [including: (Hendaye-)] = other routes (including Ávila - Madrid Aranda of Duero) = combined part of an AGC line important for international transport (concerns only C-E lines) = part of a line important for combined transport, but are not part of the relevant AGC line (concerns only C-E lines) (1) Portugal2 C - E 05 (Fuentes de Onoro-) Vilar Formoso-Pampilhosa-Coimbra-Lisboa Porto C - E 90 Lisboa-Entroncamento-Marvão(-Valencia de Alcântara) (2) Spain C - E 05 (Hendaye-) Irún-Burgos-Medina del Campo-Fuentes de Onoro (-Vilar Formoso) C - E 07 (Hendaye) - Irún-Burgos - Avila - Madrid Aranda of Duero C - E 053 Madrid - Córdoba - Bobadilla - Algeciras C-E 90 (Marvão-) Valencia of Alcántara - Madrid - Barcelona - Port Bou (-Cerbère) C 90/1 Valencia-Barcelona (3) Ireland C-E 03 (Larne-Belfast) - Dublin (4) Kingdom - Uni3 C - E 03 Glasgow - Stranraer - Larne - Belfast (-Dublin) - Holyhead - Crewe - Carlisle London-Folkstone-Dover (-Calais) C-E 16 London - Harwich (-Hoek van Holland) C 03/1 London - Cardiff C 03/2 Cleveland - Doncaster - London Leeds (5) France C-E 05 / C-E 07 Paris - Bordeaux - Hendaye (-Irun) C - E 15 (Quevy-) Feignies - Aulnoye-Paris - Dijon - Lyon-Avignon - (l) - Jeumont Creusot Tarascon - Marseille C - E 23 Dunkerque-Aulnoye-Thionville-Metz-Frouard-Toul-Culmont-Chalindrey-Dijon (-Vallorbe) C - E 25 (Bettembourg) - Thionville-Metz-Strasbourg-Mulhouse - (-Basel) Dijon-Besançon-Belfort C - E 40 the Havre-paris-lerouville-onville-metz-remilly-forbach (-Saarbrücken) C-E 42 Paris-lerouville-nancy-sarrebourg-reding-strasbourg (-Kehl) C-E 70 Paris - Mâcon - Ambérieu - Culoz - Modane (-Torino) C - E 90 (Port Bou) - Cerbère-Narbonne-Tarascon-Marseille-Menton (-Ventimiglia) C-E 700 Lyon - Ambérieu C 07 Paris - Toulouse C 20 Lille - Tourcoing (-Mouscron) C 25 Thionville-Apach (-Perl) C 40 Paris - Le Mans - Nantes Rennes C 51 (Dover-) Calais-Lille-Paris C 90/2 Bordeaux-Toulouse-Narbonne (6) country - Bas4 C - E 15 Amsterdam - Den Haag - Rotterdam Roosendaal (-Antwerpen) C - E 16 (Harwich-) Hoek van Holland-Rotterdam-Utrecht C - E 35 Amsterdam-Utrecht-Arnhem (-Emmerich) C 10/1 Utrecht-Amersfoort-Hengelo (-Bad Bentheim) Rotterdam-Tilburg-Venlo 16 C (-Mönchengladbach) (7) Belgium C-E 10 / C-E 20


(Dover)- Oostende-Brussels-Liège (-Aachen) C - E 15 (Roosendaal) - Antwerpen-Brussels - Quevy (-Feignies) Charleroi-l (-Jeumont) C - E 22 (Harwich) - Zeebrugge-Brugge C - E 25 Brussels-Arlon-Sterpenich (-Kleinbettingen) C 15 Charleroi-Namur-Liège C 20 (Tourcoing) - Mouscron-Liège-Montzen (-Aachen) (8) Luxembourg C-E 25 (Sterpenich) - Kleinbettingen-Luxembourg-Bettembourg (-Thionville) (9) Germany C-E 10 (Liège-) Aachen-koln-dusseldorf-dortmund-munster-osnabruck-bremen-hamburg-lubeck (-Hanko) C-E 18 Hamburg-Buchen-Berlin/Seddin C-E 20 (Liège-) Aachen-koln-duisburg-dortmund-hannover-helmstedt-berlin/seddin-frankfurt (O) (-sole) C-E 32 Frankfurt (M) - Hanau-Erfurt-Leipzig-Dresden C-E 35 (Arnhem) - Emmerich-Duisburg - Düsseldorf - Cologne-Mainz-Düsseldorf-Neuss Mannheim-Kalsruhe (-Basel) C - E 40 (Forbach) - Saarbrücken-Ludwigshafen-Mannheim-Frankfurt (M) -. Gemünden-Nürnberg-Schirnding (-Cheb) C - E 42 (Strasbourg) - Kehl-Appenweier-Karlsruhe-Mühlacker-Stuttgart Offenburg C-E 43 Frankfurt (M) - Heidelberg-Bruchsal Stuttgart-Ulm-Augsburg - München-Freilassing Mannheim (-Salzburg) C - E 45 (Rødby) - Puttgarden-hamburg-hannover-wurzburg-nurnberg-ingolstadt-munchen (-Kufstein) C-E 46 Mainz-Frankfurt (M) C-E 51 (Gedser) - Rostock-Berlin - Halle - Erfurt-Nürnberg Leipzig C - E 55 / C - E 61 (Trelleborg-) Sassnitz Hafen-Stralsund - Pasewalk Berlin/Seddin - Dresden-Bad Schandau Neustrelitz (-Decin) C-E 451 Nürnberg-Passau (-Wels) C 10/1 (Hengelo-) Bad Bentheim-Osnabrück C 16 (Venlo) - Köln-Mönchengladbach C 25 (Apach) - Perl-sort-Koblenz C 30 Leipzig-Hoyerswerda-Horka (-Wegliniec) C 45/1 (Fredericia) - Flensburg-Hamburg C 45/2 Bremerhaven-Bremen-Hannover C 45 /. 3

Travemünde-Lübeck

(10)  Suisse5

C-E 23

(Dijon-) Vallorbe-Lausanne-Brig

C-E 25

(Mulhouse-) Basel-Olten-Bern-Brig (-Domodossola)

C-E 35

(Karlsruhe-) Basel-Olten-Chiasso (-Milano)

C-E 50

(Culoz-) Genève-Lausanne-Bern-Zürich-Buchs (-Innsbruck)

C 35

(Karlsruhe-) Basel-Brugg-Immensee-Bellinzona-

(Luino)

Chiasso (-Milano)

(11)  Italie

C-E 25

(Brig-) Domodossola-Novara-Milano-Genova

C-E 35

(Chiasso-) Milano-Bologna-Firenze-Roma-Napoli-Salerno-

Villa S. Giovanni-Messina

C-E 45

(Innsbruck-) Brennero-Verona-Bologna-Ancona-Foggia-Bari-Brindisi

C-E 55

(Arnoldstein-) Tarvisio-Udine-

Venezia-Bologna

Trieste

C-E 70

(Modane-) Torino-Rho-Milano-Verona-Trieste-Villa Opicina (-Sezana)

C-E 72

Torino-Genova

C-E 90

(Menton-) Ventimiglia-Genova-Pisa-Livorno-Roma

C 35

(Bellinzona-) Luino-Gallarate-Rho

-Milano

(-Chiasso)

C 90/3

La Spezia-Fidenza-Parma

C 90/4

Livorno-Pisa-Firenze (12) norvege6 C - E 45 Oslo (-Kornsjö) C 47 Narvik (-Vassijaure) 48 Trondheim-Hell - (Storlien) C C 61 Oslo (-Charlottenberg-Stockholm) (13) Sweden C-E 45 (Kornsjø) - Göteborg-Helsingborg (-Helsingør) C-E 53 Helsingborg-Hässleholm C - E 55 / C-E 61 Stockholm-Hässleholm-Malmö-Trelleborg (-Sassnitz Hafen) C-E 59 Malmö-Ystad (-Swinoujscie) C 10/2 Stockholm (-Turku) C 45/1 Göteborg (-Frederikshavn) C 45/3 Malmö (-Travemünde) C 47 (Narvik) - Vassijaure-Gällivare-Boden-Angel-Hallsberg C 48 (Hell) - Storlien-Östersund-Angel C 55 Hallsberg-Göteborg C 61 (Oslo) - Charlottenberg-Hallsberg-Karlstad-Stockholm (14) Denmark C-E 45 (Helsingborg) - Helsingør-København-Nykøbing-Rødby (-Puttgarden) C-E 530 Nykøbing-Gedser (-) Rostock) C 45/1 (Gothenburg) - Frederikshavn-Århus - Fredericia (-Flensburg) København (15) Austria C-E 43 (Freilassing-) Salzburg C-E 45 (München) - Kufstein-Wörgl-Innsbruck (-Brennero) C - E 50 (Buchs) - Innsbruck-Wörgl-Kufstein (-Rosenheim-Freilassing) - Schwarzach St. Veit Salzburg-Wels-Linz-Wien - (Hegyeshalom) Ebenfurt (-Sopron) MAV.

GYSEV/MAV.

C E 52 Wien-Marchegg (-Devínska Nova Ves) C - E 55 (Horní Dvoriste) - Summerau-Linz-Salzburg-Schwarzach St. Veit-Villach-Arnoldstein (-Tarvisio) C - E 63 (Bratislava) - Kittsee-Parndorf-Wien C-E 65 (Breclav) - Bernhardsthal-Wien-Semmering - Bruck.a.d. Mur-Klagenfurt-Villach-Rosenbach (-Jesenice)

C-E 67

Bruck a.d. Mur-Graz-Spielfeld Strass (-Sentilj)

C-E 451

(Passau-) Wels

C-E 551

(Horni Dvoriste-) Summerau-Linz-Selzthal-St. Michael

(16)  Pologne7

C-E 20

(Frankfurt (O)-) Kunowice-Poznan-Lowicz-

Warszawa

.-Lukow-

Skierniewice

Terespol (-Brest)

C-E 30

(Görlitz-) Zgorzelec-Wroclaw-Katowice-Kraków-Przemysl-Medyka (-Mostiska)

C-E 59

(Ystad-) Swinoujscie-Szczecin-Kostrzyñ-Zielona Góra-Wroclaw-Opole-Chalupki

C-E 65

Gdynía-Gdánsk-Tczew-

Warszawa

-Katowice-Zebrzydowice

Bydgoszcz

(-Petrovice U. Karviné)

C-E 75

Warszawa-Bialystok-Sokólka-Suwalki-Trakiszki (-Mockava)

C 28

Warszawa-Lublin-Dorohusk (-Izov)

C 30

(Horka-) Wêglieniec

C 30/1

Kraków-Nowy Sacz-Muszyna (-Plaveè)

C 59

Chalupki (-Bohumín)

C 59/1

Nowa Sól-Zagan-Wegliniec-Zgorzelec-Zawidów (-Frýdlant)

C 59/ 2 Wroclaw-Miedzylesie (-Lichkov) C 63 Czechowice Dziedzice-Zywiec-Zwardon (-Skalite) C 65/1 Zdunska Wola Karsznice-LodŸ Olechow-Skierniewice C 65/2 Chorzew Siemkowice-Czestochowa-Zawiercie-Jaworzno Szczakowa - Czechowice Dziedzice C 65/3 Herby Nowe-Paczyna-there KoŸle Azoty (17) Czech Republic C-E 40 (Schirnding-) Cheb-Pilsen-Praha-Kolín-Usti n Orlici-Eeska Tøebová-Poerov-Hranice na Moravi-Bohumin-Mosty u Jablunkova (-Eadca) Horní idea (-Luky pod Makytou) C - E 55 (Bad Schandau) - Diein-Praha - Horní Dvooište (-Summerau) C - E 61 (Bad Schandau) - Diein-Praha-Kolín-Usti n Orlici - Eeska Tøebová - Všetaty-Kolín-Havlkoliekuv Brod Brno-Boeclav-Lanžhot (-Kuty) C - E 65 (Zebrzydovice-) Petrovice u Karvine-Bohumin-Hranice na Moravĕ-Pøerov-Bøeclav (-Bernhardsthal)

C-E 551

Praha-Horní Dvoøištì (-Summerau)

C 59

(Chalupki-) Bohumín

C 59/1

(Zawidów-) Frýdlant v Èechách-Všetaty-Praha

C 59/2

(Miedzylesie-) Lichkov-Ústí nad Orlicí

(18)  Slovaquie8

C-E 40

(Mosty u Jablunkova-) Èadca

-Žilina-Poprad-Tatry-

(Horní Lideè-) Lúky pod Makytou-Púchov

Košice-Èierna nad Tisou (-Chop)

C-E 52

(Marchegg-) Devinska Nova Ves-Bratislava-Nové Zámky-Štúrovo (-Szob)

C-E 61

(Lanžhot-) Kúty-Bratislava-

Komárno (-Komárom)

Rusovce (-Hegyeshalom)

C-E 63

(Zwardoñ-) Skalite-Èadca-Žilina-Leopoldov-

Bratislava

- (Kittsee)

Galanta

C 30/1

(Muszyna-) Plaveè-Prešov-Kysak-Košice-Èaòa (-Hidasnémeti)

(19)  Hongrie9

C-E 50

(Wien-)

Hegyeshalom

.-Györ-Budapest-Miskolc-Nyiregyháza-

( Ebenfurt-) Sopron to Záhony (-Chop) MAV.

GYSEV/MAV.

C-E 52

(Štúrovo-) Szob-Budapest-Cegléd-Szolnok-Debrecen-Nyiregyháza

C-E 56

Budapest-Rákos-Ujszász-Szolnok-Lökösháza (-Curtici)

C-E 61

(Bratislava-Komarno-)

Komarom-Budapest

Hegyeshalom

C-E 69

Budapest-Székesfehérvár-

BobaHodoš

Murakeresztú (Kotoriba)

CE 71

Budapest-Dombóvár-Gyékényes (-Botovo-Koprivnica)

C-E 85

Budapest-Kelebia (-Subotica)

C-E 691

Murakeresztúr-Gyékényes

C 30/1

(Èaòa-) Hidasnémeti-Miskolc

C 54/1

(Episcopia Bihor-) Biharkeresztes-Berettyóújfalu-Püspökladány

C 773

Budapest--Dombóvár-Pécs-Magyarbóly (-Beli Manastir)

(20)  Slovénie

C-E 65

(Rosenbach-) Jesenice-Ljubljana-Ilirska Bistrica (-Šapjane)

C-E 67

(Spielfeld Strass-) Šentilj-Maribor-Zidani Most

C-E 69

Hodoš-Murska Sobota

-Ormož-Pragersko-Zidani Most-Ljubljana-

(Èakovec-) Središce

Divaèa-Koper

C-E 70

(Villa Opicina-) Sežana-Ljubljana-Zidani Most-Dobova (-Savski Marof)

(21)  Croatie

C-E 65

(Ilirska Bistrica-) Šapjane-Rijeka

C-E 69

(Murakeresztúr-) Kotoriba-Èakovec (-Središèe)

C-E 70

(Dobova-) Savski Marof-Zagreb-Strizivojna Vrpolje-Vinkovci-Tovarnik (-Šid)

C-E 71

(Gyékényes-) Botovo-Koprivnica-Zagreb-Karlovac-Oštarije-Rijeka

C-E 702

(Središèe-) Èakovec-Varaždin-Koprivnica-Osijek-Erdut (-Bogojevo)

C-E 751

Zagreb-Sunja-Volinja (-Dobrljin-Bihaæ-Ripaè-) Strmica-

Knin-

Split

Šibenik

C-E 753

Zagreb-Karlovac-Oštarije-Gospiæ-Knin-Zadar

C-E 771

(Bogojevo-) Erdut-Vinkovci-Strizivojna Vrpolje-Slavonski Šamac (-Bosanski Šamac-Sarajevo-Èapljina-) Metkoviè-Ploæe

C 773

(Magyarbóly-) Beli Manastir-Osijek-Strizivojna Vrpolje

(22)  Bosnie-Herzégovine10

C-E 751

(Volinja-) Dobrljin-Bihac-Ripaæ (-Strmica)

C-E 771

(Slavonski Šamac-) Bosanski Šamac-Sarajevo-Èapljina (-Metkoviæ)

(23)  Serbie

C-E 66

Beograd-Vršac (-Stamora Moraviþa)

C-E 70

(Tovarnik-) Šid-Beograd-Niš-Dimitrovgrad (-Dragoman) C-E 79 Beograd - Bar (-Ancona) (-Bari) C - E 85 (Kelebia) - Subotica-Beograd-Niš-Preševo (-Tabanovci) Kraljevo-Deneral Jankoviae (-Volkovo) C-E 771 Subotica - Bogojevo (-Erdut) (24) Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia C-E 85 (Preševo-) Tabanovci - Skopje-Gevgelia (-Idomeni) (Villa - Jankoviae) Volkovo (25) Greece C-E 85 (Gevgelia-) Idomeni - Thessaloniki - Athinai C - E 853 Larissa - Volos [-Latakia (Syrian Arab Republic)] C - E 855 (Kulata) - Promachon-Thessaloniki C 70/2 Strymonas-Alexandroupolis-Pythion (-Uzunkopru) Dikea (-Svilengrad) C 85/1 Thessaloniki-Florina-Kristallopigi (-...)

C 85/2 Igoumenitsa-Kalabaka-Palaiofarsalos-Volos [-Latakia (Syrian Arab Republic)] C 85/3 Athinai-Patras (26) Roumanie11 C - E 54 Arad-deva-teiuº-vinatori-braºov-bucureºti C-E 56 (Lökösháza) - Curtici-Arad-Timiºoara-Craiova-Bucureºti C - E 66 Halmeu - Satu Mare-Carei-Oradea-Arad-Timiºoara-Stamora Moraviþa (-Vrsac) C - E 95 (Ungheni) - Iaºi-paºcani-buzau-ploieºti-bucureºti-videle-giurgiu (-Ruse) C-E 560 Buzau - Galaţi (-Giurgiuleºti) C-E 562 Bucureºti - Constanþa C-E 851 (Vadul Siret) - Vicºani-Suceava-Paºcani C 54 (Deakovo) Halmeu-Satu Mare-Dej-Cluj-Coºlariu C 54/1 Paºcani-Suceava-Salva-Dej-Cluj Napoca-Oradea-Episcopia Bihor (-Biharkeresztes) C 95 Craiova-Calafat (-Vidin) (27) Bulgaria C-E 70) Dimitrovgrad-) Dragoman-Sofija-Plovdiv-Dimitrovgrad Sever-Svilengrad (-Kapikule) C-E 95


(Giurgiu-) Ruse-Gorna Oriahovitza-Dimitrovgrad

C-E 660

Ruse-Kaspichan

C-E 680

Sofija-Mezdra-Gorna Oriahovitza-Kaspican-Sindel-Varna

C-E 720

Plovdiv-Zimintza-Karnobat-Burgas

C-E 855

Sofija-Kulata (-Promachon)

C-E 951

Sindel-Karnobat

C 70/2

(Dikea-) Svilengrad

C 95

(Calafat-) Vidin-Sofija

(28)  Finlande

C-E 10

Hanko-Helsinki-Riihimäki-Kouvola-Vainikkala (-Buslovskaya)

C 10/2

(Stockholm-) Turku-Helsinki

(29)  Bélarus

C-E 20

(Terespol-) Brest-Minsk-Orsha (-Krasnoye)

C 14

(Indra-) Bigosovo-Polak-Vibesck

C 20/3

(Kena-) Gudagai-Maladzeèna-Minsk

C-95/2

(Lobok-) Ezjarysca-Vicebsk-Orsha

-Žlobin-Slovechno (-Berezhest))

Minsk

(30)  Ukraine12

C-E 30

(Medyka-) Mostiska 2-Lvov-Rovno-Berdichev-Kazatin-Kiev-Kharkiv-Kupyansk-Topoli (-Valuiki)

C-E 40

(Èierna nad Tissou-) Èop-Lvov

C-E 50

(Záhony-) Chop-Lvov-Fastov-Dnipropetrovsk-Krasnoarmeisk-Yasinovataya-Debaltsevo-Krasnaya Mogila (-Slavutich) C - E 95 (Novosavitskoe) - Kuchurgan-Razdelnaya-Kazatin-Kiev - Khutor Mikhailovsky-Zernovo (-Suzemka) C-E 391 Dnipropetrovsk-Lozovaja-Krasny Liman-Kharkov C-E 593 Yasinovataya-Kvashino (-Uspenskaya) C-E 851 Lvov-Vadul Siret (-Vicºani) C 28 (Dorohusk) - Izov-Kovel-Sarni-Korosten-Kyiv C 95/1 Odessa-Usatovo-Razdelnaya C 95/2 Kazatin-Berdichev-Korosten-Berezhest (-Slovechno) (31) Republic of Moldova C-E 95 (Iaºi) - Ungheni-Chiºinau-Bendery-Novosavytskoe (-Kuchurgan) C - E 560 (Galaţi-) Giurgiulesti (- Reni-) Etulia-Greceni (- Bolgrad-) Taraclia-Basarabeasca (- Carabuteni-) Cimislia-Bendery (32) Federation of Russia C-E 10 (Vainikkala) - Buslovskaya-St..-Petersburg-Moskva C-E 20 (Orsha) - Krasnoye-Smolensk-Moskva-Nizhniy Novgorod-Ekaterinburg-Kurgan-Petoukhovo Tyoumen (-) Mamlyoutka - Petropavlovsk - Kara - Gouga-) Isilkoul-Omsk-Novosibirsk-Krasnoyarsk-Taychet-Irkutsk-Ulan-Oude-Zaoudinsky --Karimskaya Naouchki (-Suke Bator) Zabailkalsk (-Mandchoulia) - Khabarovsk - Baranovsky - - Nakhodka-Vostochnaya Hasan (-Toumangan) C-E 24 Moskva-Ryazan-Rouzaevka-Samara-Oufa-Tchelyabinsk-Kourgan-Zaouralie (-Presnogorkovskaya) C - E 30 (Topoli) - Valouiki-Liski-Rtichtevo-Sizran-Samara-Orenbourg (-Iletsk I) C-E 50 (Krasnaya Mogila) - Gukovo-Likhaya-Volgograd-Astrakhan (- Aksaraiskaya II) C-E 95 (Zernovo-) Suzemka - Bryansk - Moskva C - E 99 Ryazan - Kochetovka I - Gryazi - Krasnodar - Veseloe (-Gantiadi) Novorossiysk C-E 593 (Kvashin) - Uspenskaya-Rostov na Donu C 12 (Zilupe-) - Raz.Posin Novosokol'niki-Ržev-Moskva C 20/1 Saint - Petersburg - Vologda - Kotelnich C 20/2 Moscow - Kazan - Yekaterinburg C 20/3 Kaliningrad-Tcherniakhovs-Nesterov (-Kibartai) C 75/1) Narva-) Ivangorod-Gatèina-Saint-Pétersbourg

C 95/2

Saint-Pétersbourg-Dno-Novosokol'niki-Lobok (-Ezjarysca)

(33)  Turquie13

C-E 70

(Svilengrad-) Kapikule-Istanbul-Haydarpasa-Ankara-Boðazköprü-

Kalin-Malatya-

Kapiköy [-Razi (Iran, République islamique d')]

Nusaybin [-Kamishli (République arabe syrienne)]

C-E 74

Bandirma

-Balikesir-Kütahya-Alayunt-

Afyon

-

Konya-Ulukisla

Izmir-Manisa

Eskisehir

Usak-Manisa

C-E 97

Samsun-Kalin- Boðazköprü-Ulukiþla-Yenice-

Adana

-Toprakkale-

Mersin

Fevzipaºa

-Islahiye [-Meydan Ekbez (République arabe syrienne)]

Iskenderun

C-E 692

Cetinkaya-Erzerum-Kars-

Dogu Kapi (-Akuryan)

(-Akhalkalaki)

C 70/2

Pehlivanköy-Uzunköprü (-Pythion)

(34)  Lituanie

C-E 75

(Trakiszki-) Mockava-Ðeðtokai-Kazlø Rũda-Kaunas-Radviliðkis-Ðiauliai-Joniðkis (-Meitene)

C 14

Radviliskis-Panvezys-Rokiskis-Obeliai (-Eglaine)

C 20/3

(Nesterov-) Kybartai-Kazlø Rũda-Kaunas

- Kaišiadorys-Vilnius-Kena (-Gudagai)

(Mukran (Sassnitz) -) Draugyste (Klaipëda)-Šiauliai-Radviliškis

(35)  Arménie14

(36)  Azerbaïdjan

C-E 60

(Gardabani-) Beyuk-Kyasik-Baku (-Turmenbashi)

(37)  Géorgie

(38)  Kazakhstan

C-E 20

(Petukhovo-) Mamlyutka-Petropavlovsk-Kara Guga (-Isikul)

C-E 24

(Zauralie-) Presnogorkovskaya-Kökshetaú-Aqmola-Mointy-Druzhba (-Alashankou)

C-E 30

(Orenburg-) Iletsk I-Kandagachg

C-E 50

(Astrakhan-) Aksaraiskaya II-Atyrau-Makat-Kandagach-Arys-Almaty-Aqtogay

C-E 60

(Salar-) Chengeldy-Arys

C-E 592

Beyneu-Shetpe-Aqtau

C-E 597

Makat-Beyneu (-Kungrad)

(39)  Turkménistan

(40)  Ouzbékistan

C-E 60

(Chardzev-) Bukhara-Tashkent--Salar (-Chengeldy)

C-E 597

(Beyneu-) Kungrad-Nukus (-Dashhowuz-) Urganch (-Chardzhev)

C-E 695

Bukhara-Karshi-Termiz-Galaba (-Khairaton)

C-E 696

Tashkent-Khavast-Andizhan (-Osh)

(41)  Kirghizistan

C-E 696

( Andizhan-) Jalalabad-Osh (42) Estonia C 75/1 Tapa-Narva (-Ivangorod) C-E 75 Tallin-Tapa-Tartu-Valga (-Lugaži) (43) Lettonie15 C - E 85 Ventspils - Jelgava-Krustpils-Zilupe (-Raz.) Posinj) Liepaja C - E 85, Riga - Krustpils - Daugavpils-Indra (-Bigosovo) (Obeliai-) Eglaine C - E 75 (Valga) - Lugazi-Rig-Jelgava-Meitene (-Sarkiai) (44) Iran (Islamic Republic of) C - E 70 (Kapikoy) - Razi-Tabriz-Tehran-Mashad-Sarakhs (-Serahs) Am. adopted at the 32, 34, 38, 41, 43 and 49 session of the Working Group of intermodal transport and logistics of the Economic Commission of the United Nations for Europe. The am. entered into force for the Contracting Parties on Feb. 1. 2001, Dec 18. 2001, April 16, 2004, on 7 April 2005, May 20, 2006-May 23, 2009 (RO 2008 4913, 2014 649).
For general note, the explanation of the order numbers lines and symbols, see the note on the first page of annex I to General note, explanation of the order numbers of the lines and symbols, see the note on the first page of annex I to General note, explanation of the order numbers of the lines and symbols used see the footnote on the first page of annex I to General note, the explanation of the order numbers lines and symbols, see the note on the first page of annex I to General note, explanation of the order numbers of the lines and symbols, see the note on the first page of annex I to General note the explanation of the sequence numbers of lines and symbols used, see the note on the first page of annex I to General note, the explanation of the order numbers lines and symbols, see the note on the first page of annex I to General note, the explanation of the sequence numbers of lines and symbols used, see the footnote on the first page of annex I to General note the explanation of the sequence numbers of lines and symbols used, see the note on the first page of annex I to General note, the explanation of the order numbers lines and symbols, see the note on the first page of annex I to General note, the explanation of the sequence numbers of lines and symbols used, see the footnote on the first page of annex I to General note the explanation of the sequence numbers of lines and symbols used, see the note on the first page of annex I to General note, the explanation of the order numbers lines and symbols, see the note on the first page of annex I to General note, the explanation of the order numbers lines and symbols, see the note on the first page of annex I state on December 10, 2009 annex II important for transport facilities combined international A. important terminals for international combined transport Austria Linz-Stadthafen Graz South/Werndorf Salzburg Hauptbahnhof/Liefering Villach Süd Wels Vbf Wien Freudenau Hafen Wien Nordwestbahnhof Azerbaijan Baku (Keshla) Belarus Brest Minsk Belgium Antwerpen Athus Bressoux-Renory (Liège) Brussels-Genk (Hasselt) Muizen (Mechelen) Zeebrugge Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo Bulgaria Burgas Dimitrovgrad Sever Filipovo Gorna Oriahovitza Kaspichan Ruse Stara Zagora-Svilengrad Varna Croatia Slavonski Brod Czech Republic Zagreb Split Rijeka Sofija Lovosice Melnik Praha Praha Žižkov Denmark Århus Glostrup Uhoinives Brno
København Padborg Finland Helsinki-Pasila France Avignon-Courtine Bordeaux-Hendaye Le Havre Lille Dunkerque Bastide - St.Sauveur Lyon-Vénissieux Marseille-Canet Paris - La Paris-Noisy-Le-Sec Paris-Pompadour Paris-Rungis Paris-Valenton Perpignan Rouen-Sotteville Strasbourg Toulouse Germany Augsburg-Oberhausen Basel Bad GBF Berlin Bielefeld Ost Bochum-Langendreer Bremen-Grolland Rolland Bremerhaven-Nordhafen Dresden Duisburg-Ruhrort Hafen Düsseldorf-Bilk Frankfurt (Main) Ost Freiburg (Breisgau) GBF Hagen HBF Hamburg-Rothenburgsort-Hamburg-South Hamburg-Waltershof Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg Hannover-Linden Ingoldstadt North Karlsruhe HBF Kiel HGBF Köln Eifeltor Leipzig Lübeck HBF Ludwigsburg Mainz-Gustavsburg Mannheim RBF München HBF Neuss Neu Ulm Nürnberg HGBF Offenburg Regensburg Rheine Rostock
Saarbrücken HGBF Schweinfurt HBF-Wuppertal-Langefeld Estonia Tallinn Tapa Tartu Valga Greece Aghii hotel (Athinai) Alexandroupolis Igoumenitsa Patras Thessaloniki Volos Hungary BILK Kombiterminal Budapest Budapest Kikoto Debrecen Miskolc-Gömöri Sopron Szeged-Kiskundorozsma Szolnok Záhony Ireland Dublin-North Wall Italy Bari-Lamasinata Bologna-Interporto Brindisi Busto Arsizio Livorno Milano Greco Pirelli Milano-Rogoredo Modena Napoli-Granili Napoli Traccia Pescara Padova-Interporto Novara - P.N. Pomezia - S.P. Rivalta Scrivia Torino-Orbassano Trieste Verona - Q.E. Kazakhstan Couver Karaganda Semipalatinsk Tura-Tam Turkestan Zhezkazgan Kyrgyzstan Osh Latvia Riga, Ventspils, Liepaja, Rezekne, Daugavpils Draugyste (Klaipeda) Paneriai (Vilnius) Kaunas Klaipeda Lithuania
Šeštokai Luxembourg-Bettembourg Uzbekistan Andijan (North) Bukhara-2 Chukursai Margilan Sergeli Tashkent Termez Ulugbek Netherlands Ede Rotterdam-Haven Rotterdam-Noord Venlo Norway Narvik Oslo-Alnabru Trondheim Poland Gdansk Gdynia Gliwice Krakow Lodz meat Poznan Pruszkow Sosnowiec

Swinoujscie Szczecin Warszawa Wroclaw Portugal Alcântara (Lisboa) Leixões Lisboa - Bobadela Republic of Moldova Ungeny Chiºinau Romania Bucureºti Constanþa, Craiova, Oradea Federation of Russia Batareinaya (Irkutsk) Bazaikha (Krasnoyarsk) Blochnaya (Perm) Brjansk-Lgovskiy (Brjansk) Khabarovsk II Kirov-Kotlasskiy (Kirov) Kleschtchikha (Novosibirsk) Kostarikha (Nizhniy Novgorod) Kuntsevo II (Moskva) Kutum (Astrakhan) Mikhailo-Tchesnokovskaya (Belogorsk) Moskva Kievskaya Moskva-Tovarnaya-Oktyabrskaya Moskva-Tovarnaya-Paveletskaya Moskva-Tovarnaya-Smolenskaya Nakhodka-Vostochnaya Novorossiysk-Port Omsk-Vostochnyi Oussourisk Rostov-Tovarnyi (Rostov-na-Donu) St. Petersburg Smolensk - Port St. Petersburg-Tovarnyi-Vitebskiy Sverdlovsk-Passagirskiy (Ekaterinburg) Taltsay (Ulan-Ude) Chita I Voinovka (Tyoumen) Volzhskiy (Volgograd) Bar Slovakia Beograd Serbia
Bratislava Eierna n Tisou Košice Žilina Slovenia Koper Ljubljana Spain Algeciras Barcelona Port - Bou Tarragona Valencia Madrid Irún (-Silla) Sweden Gothenburg, Helsingborg, Malmö Stockholm - Årsta Switzerland Aarau - Birrfeld Basel SBB Bern Chiasso Geneva Lugano - Vedeggio Luzern Renens Zurich former Republic yougoslavede Macedonia Skopje Turkey Bandirma Derince Iskenderun, Istanbul, Izmir, Mersin, Samsun Ukraine Chop Dnepropetrovsk Gruzovoy Kiev Kiev - Lisky Kharkov Chervonozavodskoy Lugansk Gruzovoy Lvov Usatovo United Kingdom Belfast Birmingham Bristol Cardiff Cleveland Coatbridge (Glasgow) Glasgow Harwich Holyhead Ipswich Leeds Liverpool Garston London-Stratford London-Willesden Manchester-Trafford Park Southampton Tilbury B. Points important for international traffic border crossing combined Vilar Formoso (CP) - Fuentes Onoro (RENFE) Marvao (CP) - Valencia of Alcantara (RENFE) Irun (RENFE) - Hendaye (SNCF) Port Bou (RENFE) - Cerbère (SNCF) Dublin (CIE) - Holyhead (BR) Dundalk (CIE) - Newry (NIR) Dover (BR) - Calais (SNCF) - Dunkerque (SNCF) - Oostende (SNCB) Harwich (BR) - Zeebrugge (SNCB) Chin (SNCF) - Ventimiglia (FS) Modane (SNCF) - Bardonecchia (FS) (SBB - CFF) Brig - Domodossola (FS) Basel (SNCF) - Basel (SBB - CFF) Strasbourg (SNCF) - Kehl (DB) Forbach (SNCF) - Saarbrücken (DB) Apach (SNCF) - Perl (DB)
Thionville (SNCF) - Bettembourg (CFL) Feignies (SNCF) - Quevy (SNCB) J Jeumont (SNCF) - l (SNCB) Tourcoing (SNCF) - Mouscron (SNCB) Roosendaal (NS) - Essen (SNCB) Emmerich (DB/NS) Venlo (NS/DB) Bad Bentheim (DB/NS) Montzen (SNCB) - Aachen (DB) Sterpenich (SNCB) - Kleinbettingen (CFL) Basel (SBB-SBB-DB) (DB) Flensburg - Padborg (DSB) Puttgarden (DB) - Rødby (DSB) Passau (DB/ÖBB) Salzburg (DB/ÖBB) Kufstein (DB/ÖBB Buchs (SBB-SBB/ÖBB) Luino (SBB-CFF/FS) Chiasso (SBB-CFF/FS) Brennero (FS/ÖBB) Tarvisio (FS) - Arnoldstein (ÖBB) Charlottenberg (NSB/SJ) Kornsjö (NSB /)) SJ) Vassijaure (JBV/Banverket) Storlien (JBV/Banverket) Helsingborg (SJ) - København (DSB) Trelleborg (SJ) - Sassnitz (DB) Ystad (SJ) - Swinoujscie (PKP) Gothenburg (SJ) - Frederikshavn (DSB) (SJ) Malmö - Travemünde (DB) (DSB) Gedser - Rostock (DB) (ÖBB) Ebenfurth - Sopron (GYSEV/MAV) Nickelsdorf (OBB) - Hegyeshalom (MAV) Frankfurt/O. (DB) - sole (PKP) Horka (DB) - Wegliniec (PKP) Keleba (MAV) - Subotica (JZ) Lökösháza (MAV) - Curtici (CFR) Preševo (JZ) - Tabanovci (CFARYM) Deneral Jankoviae (JZ) - Volkovo (CFARYM) Dimitrovgrad (JZ) - Dragoman (BDZ) Episcopia Bihor (CFR) - Biharkeresztes (MAV) Giurgiu (CFR) - Ruse (BDZ) Svilengrad) BDZ) - Kapikule (TCDD) (BDZ) Vidin - Calafat (CFR) Kulata (BDZ) - Promachon (CH), Turku (VR) - Stockholm (SJ) Kapikoy (TCDD) - Razi (RAI) Nusaybin (TCDD) - Kamischli (CFS) Marchegg (OBB) - Devínska Nova Ves (ŽSR) Kittsee (OBB) - Bratislava (ESR) Gdynia (PKP) - Ystad, Stockholm (SJ) /Helsinki (VR) Chalupki (PKP) - Bohumin (ED) Zwardon (PKP) - Skalite (ŽSR) Schirnding (DB) - Cheb (ED) Bad Schandau (DB) - Diein (ED) Bernhardsthal (OBB) - Boeclav (ED) (ÖBB) Summerau - Horní Dvooištĕ (ED) Bad Schandau (DB) - Diein (ED) Bernhardsthal (OBB) - Boeclav (ED) (ÖBB) Summerau - Horní Dvooištĕ (ED)
Vainikkala (VR) - Buslovskaya (RZD) Orsha (BC) - Krasnoye (RZD) Narsuciai (LG) - Meitene (LDZ) Indra (LDZ) - Bigosovo (BC) Meitene (LDZ) - Šarkiai (LG) Kybartai (LG) - Nesterov (RŽD) (LG) Obeliai - Eglaine (LZD) Kena (LG) - Gudogai (BC) Mockava (LG) - Trakiszki (PKP) Gudagai (BC) - Kena (LG) Zernovo (UZ) - Suzemka (RZD) (RZD) Ivangorod - Narva (EVR) Valga (EVR)-Lugaži (LDZ) Raz. Orsp (RZD) - Zilupe (LDZ) Nesterov (RZD) - Kibartai (Lithuanian Railways) Lobok (RZD) - Ezjarysca (BC) Valouiki (RZD) - Topoli (UZ) Gukovo (RZD) - Krasnaya Mogila (UZ) Zaouralie (RZD) - Presnogorkovskaya (Kazakh railways) Petoukhovo (RZD) - Mamlyoutka (Kazakh railways) Isilkoul (RZD) - Kara-Gouga (Kazakh railways) Astrakhan (RZD) - Aksaraiskaya II (Kazakh railways) Orenburg (RZD) - Iletsk I (Kazakh railways) Druzhba (KTZ) - Alashankou (CR) Naouchki (RZD) - Suke-Bator (Mongolian Railways) Zabaikalsk (RZD) - Mandchoulia (Chinese Railways) Hasan) RZD)-Toumangan (railway of the Republic popular democratic Korea) Trakiszki (PKP) – Mockava (LG) Dorohusk (PKP) - Izov (UZ) Zwardon (PKP) - Skalite (ŽSR) Zebrzydovice (PKP) - Petrovice u Karvine (ED) Zavidow (PKP) - passing v Eechach (ED) Medzylesie (PKP) - Lichkov (ED) Eadca (ŽSR) - Mosty u Jablunkova (ED) Luky pod Makytou (ŽSR) - Horní idea (ED) Kuty (ŽSR) - Lanžhot (ED) Eierna n (ŽSR) Tisou - Chop (UZ) (ŽSR) Komárno - Komárom (MÁV) Šturovo (ŽSR) - Szob (MAV) (ŽSR) Rusovce - Rajka (MÁV) Gankaku (ŽSR) - Hidasnemeti (MAV) Plavee) ŽSR) - Muszyna (PKP) Magyarbóly (MAV) - Beli Manastir (HZ) Gevgelia (CFARYM) - Idomeni (CH) Dikea (CH) - Svilengrad (BDZ) Kristallopigi (CH)-... (MSM)
(CH) Patras/Igoumenitsa-Brindisi (FS) Patras/Igoumenitsa (CH) - Trieste (FS) (CH) Patras/Igoumenitsa - Ancona (FS Patras/Igoumenitsa (CH) - Bari (FS) Volos (CH) - Latakia (CFS) Stamora Moraviþa (CFR) - Vršac (JZ) Halmeu (CFR) - Deakovo (UZ) Vicºani (CFR) - Vadu Siret (UZ) (TCDD) Uzunkopru - Pythion (CH) Islahiye (TCDD) - Meydan Ekbez (CFS) Dodukapi (TCDD) - Ahuryan (ARM) Kotoriba (HZ) - Murakeresztur (MAV) Koprivnica (HZ) - Gyekenyes (MAV) Eakovec (HZ) - Središaee (SZ) Savski Marof (HZ) - Dobova (SZ) Erdut (HZ) - Bogojevo (JZ) Tovarnik (HZ) - Sid (JZ) Slavonski Šamac (HZ)-) Bosanski Šamac (ZBH) Metkovie (HZ)-Eapljina (ZBH) Volinja (HZ) - Dobrljin (ZBH) Strmica (HZ) - Ripaae (ZBH) Šapjane (HZ) - Ilirska Bistrica (SZ) Lupoglav (HZ) - Podoorje (SZ) Rosenbach (OBB) - Jesenice (SZ) Spielfeld Strass (OBB) - Šentilj (SZ) Središaee (SZ) - Žakovec (HZ) Hodoš (SZ/MAV) Villa Opicina (FS) - Sežana (SZ) Savski Marof (HZ) - Dobova (SZ) (PKP) Terespol - Brest (BC) Medyka (PKP) - Mostyska (UZ) Záhony (MAV) - Chop (UZ) (CFM) Ungeni - Iaºi (CFR) (CFM) Giurgiuleºti - Galaţi (CFR) Novosavytskoe (CFM)-Kuchurgan (UZ) Topoli (UZ)-Valuiki (RZD)
Krasnaya Mogila (UZ) - Slavutich (RZD) Kvashino (UZ) - Uspenskaya (RDZ) Izov (UZ) - Borohust (PKP) Berezhest (UZ) - Slovechno (BC) Veseloe (RZD) – Gantiadi (Georgian Railway) Dogu Kapi (TCDD) – Akuryan (Armenian Railways) Kars (TCDD) – Akhalkalaki (Georgian railways) Beyuk (AZ) - Gardabani (GR) Baku (AZ) - Turkmenbashi (TRK) Chengeldy (KTZ) - Salar (UR) Beyneu (KTZ) - Kungrad (UR) Alat (UR) - Chardzhev (TRK) Salar (UR) - Chengeldy (KTZ) Andizhan (UR) - Osh (railroad of the Kyrgyzstan) Galaba (UR) - Khairaton (Afghanistan Railroad) Chardzhev (TRK). ALAT (UR) Termis (UR)-(Karshi) (UR) Andizhan (UR)-Jalalabad (railroad of the Kyrgyzstan) Razi (RAI) - Kapikoy (TCDD) Sarakhs (RAI) – Serahs (Turkmenistan Railways) C. shift Points of spacing important for international combined transport stations located between rail networks at different widths interested countries Technique applied change change of axles/bogies of wagon transshipment of loading by crane units or other material handling Irun-Hendaye France Spain X X Port Bou-Cerberus Spain-France X X Hanko Finland X

Eierna n Tisou-Chop Slovakia-Ukraine X Záhony - Chop - Hungary Ukraine X X X X Iaši - Ungheni - Romania Rep.. Moldova X X X Galaţi-Giurgiulesti - Romania Rep. Moldova X X - Vicºani Vadu Siret Romania - Ukraine X X X X Halmeu - Deakovo Romania - Ukraine X X X Varna Bulgaria X X meat - Brest Poland - Belarus X X X Medyka - Mostyska Poland - Ukraine X X X X Esen Ukraine-Hungary x Šeštokai Lithuania Lithuania Poland Trakiszki-Mockava - X - X X - Zabaikalsk - Manchzhuria Federation of Russia - China X X X X Hasan - Toumangan Federation of Russia - DPRK Korea X X X Druzba Alashankou Kazakhstan-China X X

If the change of axle or the transfer of the loading on wagons units having a different gauge is performed in a single station, it is underlined. In case the change of gauge and transshipment techniques are used simultaneously in certain stations, these are both mentioned.

Between Halmeu and Chop (Ukraine) is a line of railway of approximately 70 km with both a standard gauge and broad gauge. Therefore, it is not necessary to change the cars or the axles/bogies.

Transhipment without crossing border not a point of crossing borders Note: change of gauge points are also border crossing points.

D. links/ports of ships as part of the international network of combined transport Holyhead-Dublin Calais-Dover Oostende-Dover Dunkerque-Dover Stanrear-Larne Zeebrugge-Harwich Zeebrugge-Dover Puttgarden-Rødby København-Helsingborg Lübeck-Travemünde-Hanko Gedser-Rostock (Warnemünde) Gothenburg-Frederikshavn Malmö-Travemünde Trelleborg-Sassnitz Ystad-Swinoujscie Helsinki-Gdynia Helsinki-Stockholm Stockholm-Turku Samsun-Constanþa Mersin-Venezia Ystad Gdynia Gdynia-Stockholm Gdynia-Helsinki Patras/Igoumenitsa-Brindisi Patras/Igoumenitsa-Trieste

Patras/Igoumenitsa-Ancona Patras / Igoumenitsa-Bari Bar-Bar Bari-Ancona Volos-Latakia Calafat-Vidin Kaliningrad-Lübeck Baltyisk-Lübeck Nakhodka-Yokohama Vostotchnyi-Poussan Draugyste (Klaipeda)-Mukran (Sassnitz) Varna-Odessa Varna-Novorossiysk Varna-Poti/Batumi Burgas (port)-Novorossiysk Burgas (port)-Poti Odessa Illichivsk Mariupol Baku-Turkmenbashi (United Kingdom-Ireland) (France-United Kingdom) (Belgium-UK) (France-United Kingdom) (United Kingdom) (Belgium-UK) (Belgium-UK) (Germany-Denmark) (Denmark-Sweden) (Germany-Finland) (Denmark-Germany) (Sweden-Denmark) (Sweden-Germany) (Sweden-Germany) (Sweden-Poland) (Finland-Poland) (Finland-Sweden) (Finland-Sweden) (Turkey-Romania) (Turkey-Italy) (Poland-Sweden) (Poland-Sweden) (Poland-Finland) (Greece-Italy) (Greece-Italy) (Greece-Italy) (Greece-Italy)) Serbie-Italie) (Serbia-Italy) (Greece-Syrian Arab Republic) (Romania-Bulgaria) (Federation of Russia-Germany) (Federation of Russia-Germany) (Federation of Russia-Japan) (Federation of Russia-Republic of Korea) (Lithuania-Germany) (Bulgaria-Ukraine) (Bulgaria-Federation of Russia) (Bulgaria-Georgia) (Bulgaria-Federation of Russia) (Bulgaria-Georgia) (Ukraine-...)
(Ukraine-...)
(Ukraine-...)
(Azerbaijan-Turkmenistan)

Note: With the exception of the Stanrear-Larne and Messina-Villa S. Giovanni links, links by ships also correspond to border crossing points.

Am. adopted at the 32, 34, 38, 41, 43 and 49 session of the Working Group of intermodal transport and logistics of the Economic Commission of the United Nations for Europe. The am. entered into force for the Contracting Parties on Feb. 1. 2001, Dec 18. 2001, April 16, 2004, on 7 April 2005, May 20, 2006-May 23, 2009 (RO 2008 4913, 2014 649).
The name of each point of crossing a frontier is followed in brackets by the initials of the company of railway operating the corresponding station. When the list mentions that only one point of crossing, it means that the station is jointly used by two railway companies.

State on December 10, 2009 annex III technical characteristics of the network of the main lines of international combined transport settings preliminary remarks are summarized in the table below. The values shown in column A of the table must be regarded as important objectives, to be achieved in accordance with national railway development plans. Any deviation from those values must be regarded as exceptional.
There are two major categories of lines: has) the lines existing, likely to be improved if necessary; It is often difficult and sometimes impossible to change their geometric characteristics including; the demands on them are so moderate; b) new lines, to build.

By analogy, the specifications indicated in the table below are also applicable, where appropriate, to ferry-boat services which are an integral part of the rail network.

Parameters of the network infrastructure of the large existing international combined transport lines A B lines meet the conditions of infrastructure and lines to improve or rebuild new lines currently objective 1. Number of channels (unspecified) (not specified) 2 2. UIC vehicle loading gauge B * UIC C * 3. Minimum distance of channels * 4.0 4.2 m 4 m. Minimum speed of 100 km/h definition * 120 * 120 * 5. Weight per axle: cars £100 km/h t 20, 22.5 t 22.5 t £120 km/h 20 t 20 t 20 t 6. Maximum gradient * (unspecified) (unspecified) 12.5 mm/m 7. Minimum useful length of sidings 600 m 750 m 750 m * UIC = International Union of railways.

* Does not particularly transport combined, but recommended for efficient international combined transport.

Minimum standards for combined transport trains (see annex IV).

Explanation of the parameters listed in table 1 above. Number of routes of international combined transport lines must provide a high capacity and precision of the movement.
In principle, it is possible to meet these two requirements by lines in at least two ways; However, a track lines could be accepted provided they meet the other parameters set out in the agreement.
2 size of the vehicles it is the minimum template on international combined transport lines.
On new lines, the adoption of an important template requires generally only a marginal cost of investment limited, which allows to retain the UIC C gauge.
The C template allows:-the transport of vehicles and utility road sets (trucks and trailers, tractors, articulated vehicles and semi-trailers) to the European road gauge (height 4 m, width 2.50 m) on special wagons with the loading plan in 60 cm above rail level; - the transport of ordinary road semi-trailers with a width of 2.50 m and a height of 4 m on cars-bags equipped with common bogies; - ISO a container transport width of 2.44 m and a height of 2,90 m on ordinary flat wagons; - the transport of swap bodies with a width of 2.50 m on ordinary flat wagons; - the transport of containers/boxes mobile with a width of 2,60 m and a height of 2,90 m on wagons suitable.

Existing lines that cross mountain regions (Pyrenees, Massif central, Alps, Jura, Appenines, Carpathians, etc.) have many tunnels to the template of the technical unit or slightly higher templates in height in the centreline of the track. In almost all cases, the expansion to the UIC C gauge is impossible from the economic and financial point of view.
The UIC B gauge is therefore chosen for these lines. It allows: - the transport of ISO containers with a width of 2.44 m and a height of 2,90 m on wagons flat container including the loading plan is located at a height of 1.18 m above rail level; - the transport of swap bodies with a width of 2.50 m and a height of 2.60 m on (plan of loading at a height of 1,246 m) normal flat cars; - the transport of semi-trailers by pockets cars; - the transport of containers/swap bodies with a width of 2,60 m and a height of 2,90 m on special wagons to low loading plan.

Most of the existing international combined transport lines have at least the UIC B gauge. On the other hand, improvement to this standard generally requires significant investments.
4. minimum definition speed the minimum speed of definition determines the choice of the geometric characteristics of the track (radius of curve and cant), safety installations (braking distance) and rolling stock braking coefficients.
5. authorized axle mass it's permitted axle mass main international lines must be able to bear.
International combined transport lines should be able to handle the traffic of the most modern, existing and future, material that is in particular:-cars having a mass per axle of 20 t that corresponds to that class UIC C; one held a mass per axle of 22.5 t up to 100 km/h in accordance with the recent decisions of the UIC. The limitations of mass per axle to 20 t for 120 km/h correspond to the UIC regulations.
The indicated masses per axle to wheel diameters equal to or higher than 840 mm, according to the UIC regulations apply.
7 useful minimum of the sidings useful length minimum length of sidings of the lines of the international combined transport is important for combined transport trains (see annex IV).

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December 10, 2009 State annex IV parameters of rail efficiency and minimum standards for infrastructure A. Conditions for the effectiveness of international combined transport services 1. To ensure a flow of efficient and fast transport required by modern methods of production and distribution of goods, international combined transport services should meet the following conditions in particular: a) departure/arrival in line with the wishes of the customer (particularly hours late for loading and setting limits to rapid disposal of the goods), regular services; b) speed of door-to-door transport ((, high punctuality, safe transport times; c) safe and timely information on transport formalities, simple documentation, low risk of damage; d) be able to transport all types of standard containers and loading units which can be transported by international road transport in Europe. In this context, it takes with foreseeable developments regarding weights and dimensions of loading units.

2. these conditions should be met through:

((a) to a high transport speed (measured from the point of departure destination, given all the stops), which should be about the same that the transportation of end-to-end by road or even superior to it; b) to the use of the hours during which the recipients do not work (for example night transport) (((, to deliver the goods in the morning early, as customers; want c) facilities and adequate and sufficient infrastructure capacity (for example templates loading appropriate); d) direct trains, if possible (i.e., exclusion or reduction to a minimum of the transshipment goods on other trains along); e) organizational measures to improve the flow of traffic thanks to modern telecommunications systems.

3. in order to meet the conditions defined above, trains and infrastructure facilities should be sufficiently effective, that they should meet certain minimum standards, which must be respected by all authorities involved in a given transport link.
4. the performance parameters and standards below have been established especially for large volumes of international transport, i.e. for the routes on which there is a regular traffic of direct trains or, least important car groups. Conventional goods trains could continue to operate single cars or special transport if this corresponds to the needs of customer and the railway companies concerned.

B. 5 trains performance parameters. Trains used for international combined transport should meet the following minimum standards: standards minimum currently objectives * minimum speed definition 100 mph 120 km/h, length of trains 600 m 750 m weight of trains 1200 t 1500 t axle load (wagons) 20 t 20 t (22.5 t at a speed of 100 km/h) * these figures should be achieved approximately by the year 2000. They do not exclude the highest standards achieved previously, as long as such standards do not impede the development of combined transport.

Unable to establish direct trains, trains should if possible be composed of a small number of groups of cars that all units would have the same destination. To the extent possible, there should not be technical stops along the way or controls at the border crossing.
6. the rolling stock shall meet standards above the speed and axle load and be able to carry all the loading units should be considered from the point of view of the weight and dimensions.
7. trains of combined transport should be considered as having a top priority. Their schedules will have to be designed to meet the needs of the customer, who requires reliable and regular transport services.

C. minimum standards for railway lines 8. Railway lines to be used for combined transport will present a daily capacity to avoid waiting for trains of combined transport. These trains should not be delayed by hours of rest.
9. for the modernization of railway lines the infrastructure parameters indicated in annex III will apply.

D. minimum standards for stations of departure and arrival 10. For an effective handling of goods in railway stations the following conditions must be met: has) the time that elapses between, on the one hand, the time deadline for acceptance of the goods and the departure of the trains, and hand, between the arrival of the trains and the time where the cars are ready for the unloading of loading units, shall not exceed one hour (, unless it is possible to satisfy the customer by other means regarding the time limit for acceptance or that on which the goods are disponibles.b) awaiting the delivery or collection of road vehicles loading units should be as short as possible (maximum 20 minutes) .c) the location of the station will have to be chosen in a way : - to be easily and quickly accessible by road from the economic centres; - with regard to its location on the rail network, be well connected lines to long-distance and for transport links with traffic by groups of cars, to be of easy access for freight trains fast which combined transport.

11. the minimum standards for intermediate stations stipulated below also concern the departure and arrival stations.

E. minimum standards for intermediate stations 12. Stop along the road, which may be required for the trains used to transport combined due to technical or operational reasons, for example to the exchanges of wagons or change of gauge groups, will be used at the same time to perform tasks that would require otherwise other stops (for example controls at borders, change of locomotive). The requirements to meet the infrastructure of these intermediate positions are the following: - have daily capacity on the affluent lines to avoid delays of trains of combined transport - the inputs and outputs on the affluent line will allow trains to infiltrate in and out without loss of time. Their capacity must be sufficient to avoid delays of transport combined with the arrival and the departure: trains have a capacity sufficient for the various types of tracks as tracks so require specific operations to perform in a station, in particular for arrival routes / starting, the ways of training, triage and drawer channels, the ways of loading and the ways of change of gauge. - the above tracks should have templates for those railway lines to be used (UIC B or UIC C).-the length of routes must be sufficient to receive trains of combined transport. integers - for electric traction, the channels should be able to be used by electric traction gear (at frontier stations: by corresponding railway electric traction gear).-transhipment capacity Exchange of groups of wagons, change of gauge and border control will ensure that the obligatory stops will be as short as possible.

(a) exchange of groups of cars 13 positions. Combined transport shall if possible be ensured by direct trains between the stations of departure and arrival. If this is not economically viable due to the low volume of goods transported and the transshipment of goods of combined transport is therefore mandatory, it should at least be done by groups of cars. The stops necessary to perform these operations should not exceed 30 minutes each. This should be possible if trains are trained accordingly (distance should be as long as possible, even if it means crossing of borders) and if groups of cars changing positions are equipped with adequate infrastructure.
(b) 14 border crossing Points. Trains operated in combined transport should if possible travel great distances across borders to a station where it is essential to change groups of cars or to their final destination, without having to stop along the way. As much as possible, there will be no stops at the border, or, if this is unavoidable, only very short stops (30 minutes maximum). We will achieve:-not through operations normally performed at the border or, if this is impossible, by moving these operations in other locations within the country where trains must stop for technical and/or administrative reasons; - making more than one stop to the common frontier stations.

(c) change of gauge Points 15. We develop both quick and economic methods to meet the needs in this area. During the transshipment of loading units on wagons of another master, should be applied in the same way the requirements above for transhipments in the station. Stops to change of gauge points should be as short as possible. Available capacities to perform this change of gauge or this transshipment must be sufficient to guarantee short stops.
(d) links by ships ferry links/ports 16. Transport services will have to correspond to transshipment services. Stops in ports for consignments in combined transport should be as short as feasible (if possible an hour maximum). To achieve this result, in addition to infrastructure transshipment station and ships adequate ferry (see para. 17 below), the following measures will be implemented:

-application of the conditions listed in the by. 14 with regard to the necessary measures of border control; - coordination of schedules of the ships and trains and fast obtain information in order to accelerate the loading of ships and/or the formation of trains.

17. the ships used for combined transport should meet the following requirements: - dimensions and types appropriate vessels as required by units of cargo/freight cars used. - loading and quick unloading of vessels and storage units of loading/wagons in accordance with the requirements for subsequent transport by rail (separation of combined transport from passenger and/or road transport transport where appropriate).-If loading units stay on wagons during the crossing, ferries must be easy to access and yard operations requiring a lot of time should not be necessary. The template, the mass per axle, etc. should conform to the line parameters listed in annex III. - If the transshipment of loading units must be carried out without the cars, the possible transport to be performed by the road between the port of the ships and the train station should be characterized by short distances and good road connections.

Scope on August 19, 2008, States parties Ratification, accession (A) Declaration of estate (S) entry into force Albania 21 May 2008 has 19 August 2008 Germany July 30, 1992 20 October 1993 Austria July 22, 1993 20 October 1993 5 March 1997 Belarus has 3 June 1997 Belgium 6 August 1999 4 November 1999 Bulgaria 10 August 1994 8 November 1994 Croatia 24 July 1995-22 October 1995 Denmark 9 January 1992 20 October France 28 May 1993

1992 20 October 1993 Georgia 30 November 1998 A 28 February 1999 Greece April 26, 1995 25 July 1995 Hungary 4 February 1994 may 5, 1994 Italy 12 January 1996 11 April 1996 Kazakhstan 11 July 2002 was October 9, 2002 Latvia March 1, 2007 to May 30, 2007 Lithuania 8 February 2008 was May 8, 2008 Luxembourg July 13, 1994 11 October 1994 Moldova 10 October 2002 has 8 January 2003 Montenegro * October 23, 2006 S June 3, 2006

Norway 30 April 1992 20 October 1993 Netherlands may 13, 1992 20 October 1993 Poland 22 March 2002 June 20, 2002 Portugal 5 January 1996 was April 4, 1996 Czech Republic 2 June 1993 S 20 November 1994 Romania 21 May 1993 20 October 1993 Russia 29 June 1994 was 27 September 1994 Serbia * October 6, 2005 January 4, 2006 Slovakia 16 August 1994 of November 14, 1994 Slovenia 1 November 1994 to 30 January 1995 Switzerland February 11

1993 October 20, 1993 Turkey 4 September 1996 3 December 1996 Ukraine * December 23, 2005 to March 23, 2006 * reservations and declarations. Reservations and declarations are not published to the RO. Texts in french and English can be found at the address of the Internet site of the United Nations: http://untreaty.un.org/ or obtained in the Direction of public international law (FDFA), the international treaties Section, 3003 Bern.

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New content according to the AOS. March 18, 2008, adopted during the 49 session of the Working Group of intermodal transport and logistics of the Economic Commission of the United Nations for Europe, in effect since Dec. 10. 2009 (2014 649 RO).
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