Rs 742.100 Federal Act Of 19 December 1986 Concerning The Rail 2000 Project

Original Language Title: RS 742.100 Loi fédérale du 19 décembre 1986 concernant le projet RAIL 2000

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742.100 federal law on the RAIL 2000 project of December 19, 1986 (State on September 1, 2009) the Federal Assembly of the Swiss Confederation, the art. 23, 26 and 36 of the constitution, having regard to the report on the RAIL 2000 project, given the message of the federal Council on December 16, 1985, stop: art. 1. the Confederation carries out the RAIL 2000 project to develop public transport in Switzerland.

S. 2. for this purpose, the federal railway network is complemented by the following new lines: a. Vauderens-Siviriez; b. Mattstetten-Rothrist line; c. Muttenz-Liestal (excluding Liestal station); d....

New content according to Chapter 1 of the annex to the Federal law of March 20, 2009 on the development of the railway infrastructure, effective Sept. 1. 2009 (RS 742.140.2).
New content according to Chapter 1 of the annex to the Federal law of March 20, 2009 on the development of the railway infrastructure, effective Sept. 1. 2009 (RS 742.140.2).
Repealed by Chapter 1 of the annex to the Federal law of March 20, 2009 on the development of the railway infrastructure with effect from Sept. 1. 2009 (RS 742.140.2).

S. 3. the federal Council approves the stages of the work and determines their schedule.
In its annual report, it fills in the Parliament on the State of implementation of the project.
The federal Council will submit to the Federal Assembly in 2007 a project presenting an overview of the evolution of major railway projects, as well as the following steps and their financing.

Introduced by chapter I of the Federal law of June 17, 2005, in force since 1 Jan. 2005 (RO 2005 4773; FF 2004 4977).

S. 3. the Confederation offers the necessary means available to the railway undertakings concerned in the form of conditionally repayable loans, bearing interest at the market conditions or variable rate, or in the form of contributions to lost Fund.
Funding is based on the order of the Federal Assembly of 9 October 1998 on the regulation of the Fund for major rail projects.
Market conditions had loans may be granted at the rate of 25% of the cost of the project (including capital cost). These loans are recorded in the balance sheet. Their interests are capitalized and paid until the commissioning of the sections.
The federal Council and the railway companies regulate the procedures for the granting of loans and contributions to fund lost under an agreement.

Introduced by chapter II of the FA on March 20, 1998, in force since 1 Jan. 1999 (RO 1999 769 774; FF 1996 IV 648).
New content according to chapter I of the Federal law of June 17, 2005, in force since 1 Jan. 2005 (RO 2005 4773; FF 2004 4977).
RS 742.140 introduced by chapter I of the Federal law of June 17, 2005, in force since 1 Jan. 2005 (RO 2005 4773; FF 2004 4977).

S. 4 this order, which is General in scope, is subject to the referendum.
He entered into force, in the absence of referendum at the end of the referendum deadline or in case of referendum, the day of its acceptance by the people.
It has effect until the completion of the RAIL 2000 project.

New content according to chapter I of the Federal law of June 17, 2005, in force since 1 Jan. 2005 (RO 2005 4773; FF 2004 4977).
Changed to "Federal Act" (art. 163, para. 1, CST - RS 101).
Changed to "Federal Act" (art. 163, para. 1, CST - RS 101).
Changed to "Federal Act" (art. 163, para. 1, CST - RS 101).

Date of entry into force: December 6, 1987.

RO 1988 364 new content according to chapter I of the Federal law of June 17, 2005, in force since 1 Jan. 2005 (RO 2005 4773; FF 2004 4977).
FF 1987 I 46 [1 3 RS]. The provisions mentioned are currently the art. 81, 87 and 92 of the Constitution of 18 April 1999 (RS 101).
New content according to chapter I of the Federal law of June 17, 2005, in force since 1 Jan. 2005 (RO 2005 4773; FF 2004 4977).
FF 1986 I 181 ACF, 28 Jan. 1988 (1988 365 RO).

Status as of September 1, 2009

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