This document specifies the minimum requirements for ergonomic and structural integrity of steps and handrails used together to give staff access to freight wagons. It does not cover ladders, top platforms and top gangways.
It defines in particular the required spaces necessary for shunter handrails, for shunter’s stand, for steps and handrails.
This document also defines their dimensions, positions, limits for durability and functionality.
It also defines the general requirements for the access to tail lights for freight wagons.

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This European standard describes the type test assessment method for acoustic signals at passenger external doors applying to rolling stock. The following applies to this standard: - this standard refers to acoustical passenger information indicating the release, opening and closing of passenger doors; - this standard is applicable to tonal signals with defined frequency components; - this standard is not applicable to spoken information.
NOTE 1   Acoustic door signals in terms of TSI compliance are defined in EN 16584-2 "Design for PRM use".
NOTE 2   Acoustic doors signals in terms of door system function are described in EN 14752.

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This document specifies the characteristics of the Passenger Alarm System (PAS) for Urban Rail.
This document covers the PAS fitted to the passenger carrying Urban Rail rolling stock and specifies:
-   the safety related requirements;
-   the functional requirements of PAS triggered by pasasengers;
-   the requirements for the communication channel between passengers and the driver or OCC;
-   the requirements for the functional behaviour of the PAS;
-   the requirements for the degraded modes management;
-   the requirements for the Passenger Alarm Device (PAD) and PAD area.
This document is applicable to the categories I to III of Urban Rail rolling stock defined in CEN/CLC Guide 26:
-   (I) metros;
-   (II) trams;
-   (III) light rail.
NOTE 1   CEN/CLC Guide 26 defines Metro, Tram and Light Rail as public transport systems permanently guided at least by one rail, intended for the operation of local, urban and suburban passenger services with self-propelled vehicles and operated either segregated or not from general road and pedestrian traffic.
NOTE 2   The PAS function on existing vehicles may require modification to work in conjunction with vehicles that comply with this document.
NOTE 3   This European Standard covers urban rail rolling stock, both with or without a driver.
NOTE 4   For rolling stock devoted to suburban passenger services, this European Standard applies when the TSIs do not apply.

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This document specifies the characteristics of the Passenger Alarm System (PAS) for Urban Rail.
This document covers the PAS fitted to the passenger carrying Urban Rail rolling stock and specifies:
- the safety related requirements;
- the functional requirements of PAS triggered by passengers;
- the requirements for the communication channel between passengers and the driver or Operations Control Centre (OCC);
- the requirements for the functional behaviour of the PAS;
- the requirements for the degraded modes management;
- the requirements for the Passenger Alarm Device (PAD) and PAD area.
This document is applicable to the categories I to III of Urban Rail rolling stock defined in CEN/CLC Guide 26:
- (I) metros;
- (II) trams;
- (III) light rail.
NOTE 1   CEN/CLC Guide 26 defines Metro, Tram and Light Rail as public transport systems permanently guided at least by one rail, intended for the operation of local, urban and suburban passenger services with self-propelled vehicles and operated either segregated or not from general road and pedestrian traffic.
NOTE 2   The PAS function on existing vehicles may require modification to work in conjunction with vehicles that comply with this document.
NOTE 3   This document covers urban rail rolling stock, both with or without a driver.
NOTE 4   For rolling stock devoted to suburban passenger services, this document applies when the TSIs do not apply.

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This European Standard applies to passenger body side entrance systems of all newly designed railway vehicles such as tram, metro, suburban, mainline and high-speed trains that carry passengers. The requirements of this European Standard also apply to existing vehicles undergoing refurbishment of the door equipment, as far as it is reasonably practicable.
This European Standard also specifies the requirements for testing of entrance systems.
This European Standard makes reference to manual and power operated entrance systems. For manual doors, clauses referring to power operation are not applicable.
This European Standard does not apply to the following:
-   entrance systems for equipment access, inspection or maintenance purposes and for crew only use;
-   doors on freight wagons; and
-   doors or hatches specifically provided for escape under emergency conditions.

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This European Standard specifies the interface requirements for controlled emission toilet equipment on railway vehicles and the infrastructure, including catering area sink waste retention tanks. Vehicle and infrastructure specific requirements are also given.
The European Standard includes fixed and portable infrastructure equipment used to empty retention tanks, but excludes equipment fitted to railway vehicles where no fixed connections are used between vehicle and infrastructure.

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This European Standard specifies the interface requirements for controlled emission toilet equipment on railway vehicles and the infrastructure, including catering area sink waste retention tanks. Vehicle and infrastructure specific requirements are also given.
The European Standard includes fixed and portable infrastructure equipment used to empty retention tanks, but excludes equipment fitted to railway vehicles where no fixed connections are used between vehicle and infrastructure.

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This document specifies the minimum requirements for securing payload to ensure safe operation of freight wagons, utilizing a train speed of up to 120 km/h. It is serving as a basis for the design and implementation of payload securing methods.
Additional requirements in the case of wagons designed for the transport of special payload and/or with integrated load security (e.g. tank wagons, hopper wagons, car carriers, coil carriers and wagons for intermodal transport) are not part of this document.

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This European Standard identifies the information required to be marked on freight wagons, or parts of freight wagons, relating to their technical, operational and maintenance characteristics. It defines the characteristics of these markings, the requirements pertaining to their presentation, their shape and position on a vehicle and their meaning. Some markings are accompanied with a note(s) where appropriate.  
Tank barrel manufacturers’ design criteria, test and product specification plates have not been considered in this European Standard as they are specified in EN 12561-1:2011, Railway applications - Tank wagons - Part 1: Identification plates for tank wagons for the carriage of dangerous goods.  
Dangerous Goods markings have not been considered in this European Standard where fully specified in RID (dimensions, colour, location and form). Where markings are not fully specified in RID they are included in this standard

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This draft European Standard sets out a test protocol to determine the burning behaviour of a rail vehicle seat design using a set of complete seats prepared and tested according to the procedures given in this document. It also sets out a standardized procedure to assess a seat’s potential for vandalization. This draft European Standard describes:
-   fire test method;
-   test equipment specification;
-   protocol for test specification procedure;
-   vandalization procedure;
-   calibration procedure.

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This document sets out a test protocol to determine the burning behaviour of a rail vehicle seat design using a set of complete seats prepared and tested according to the procedures given in this document. It also sets out a standardized procedure to assess a seat’s potential for vandalization.
This document describes:
-   fire test method;
-   test equipment specification;
-   protocol for test specification procedure;
-   vandalization procedure;
-   calibration procedure.

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This European Standard describes the specific ‘Design for PRM Use’ requirements applying to rolling stock on the Trans-European Network (TEN) covered by the TSI for PRM and the assessment of those requirements. The following applies to this standard.
The definitions and requirements describe specific aspects of ‘Design for PRM Use’ required by people with reduced mobility as defined in TSI PRM.
This standard defines elements which are universally valid for obstacle free travelling including steps for access and egress and boarding aids. The definitions and requirements of this standard are used for rolling stock applications.
This part of the standard covers those requirements relating to ‘Boarding Aids’.
The standard only refers to aspects of accessibility for PRM passengers. It does not define general requirements and general definitions for specific components and systems.
This standard assumes that the vehicle is in the defined operating condition, any damages or operating failures will not be taken into account when assessing these requirements.
Where minimum or maximum dimensions are quoted these are absolute NOT nominal requirements.
The following areas of ‘Accessibility of People with Reduced Mobility to rolling stock’ are covered in 2 parts:
   Part 1 contains
   Steps for Access and Egress
   Part 2 contains
   Boarding aids
This standard describes these areas with clear and consistent terms and definitions. Measurement methods and/or assessment procedures needed to establish a clear pass/fail assessment are provided where necessary.

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This European Standard describes the specific ‘Design for PRM Use’ requirements applying to rolling stock on the Trans-European Network (TEN) covered by the TSI for PRM and the assessment of those requirements. The following applies to this standard.
-   The definitions and requirements describe specific aspects of ‘Design for PRM Use’ required by people with reduced mobility as defined in TSI PRM.
-   This standard defines elements which are universally valid for obstacle free travelling including steps for access and egress and boarding aids. The definitions and requirements of this standard are to be used for rolling stock applications.
-   This part of the standard covers those requirements relating to ‘Steps for Egress and Access’.
-   The standard only refers to aspects of accessibility for PRM passengers it does not define general requirements and general definitions for specific components and systems.
-   This standard assumes that the vehicle is in the defined operating condition, any damages or operating failures will not be taken into account when assessing these requirements.
-   Where minimum or maximum dimensions are quoted these are absolute NOT nominal requirements
The following areas of ‘Accessibility of People with Reduced Mobility to rolling stock’ from TSI PRM are covered in 2 parts:
-   Part 1 contains
Steps for Access and Egress
-   Part 2 contains
Boarding aids
This standard describes these areas with clear and consistent terms and definitions. Measurement methods and/or assessment procedures needed to establish a clear pass/fail assessment are provided where necessary.

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This European Standard describes the specific ‘Design for PRM use’ requirements applying to rolling stock and the assessment of those requirements. The following applies to this standard:
-   the definitions and requirements describe specific aspects of ‘Design for PRM use’ required by persons with disabilities and persons with reduced mobility as defined in the PRM TSI;
-   this standard defines elements which are universally valid for obstacle free travelling including steps for access and egress and boarding aids. The definitions and requirements of this standard are to be used for rolling stock applications;
-   this standard only refers to aspects of accessibility for PRM passengers it does not define general requirements and general definitions;
-   this standard assumes that the vehicle is in the defined operating condition;
-   where minimum or maximum dimensions are quoted these are absolute NOT nominal.
The ‘Accessibility of persons with reduced mobility’ standard is written in two parts:
-   Part 1 contains:
-   steps for access and egress.
-   this document is Part 2 and contains:
-   boarding aids.

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This European Standard describes the specific ‘Design for PRM use’ requirements applying to rolling stock and the assessment of those requirements. The following applies to this standard:
-   The definitions and requirements describe specific aspects of ‘Design for PRM use’ required by persons with disabilities and persons with reduced mobility as defined in the PRM TSI;
-   This standard defines elements which are universally valid for obstacle free travelling including steps for access and egress and boarding aids. The definitions and requirements of this standard are to be used for rolling stock applications;
-   This standard only refers to aspects of accessibility for PRM passengers it does not define general requirements and general definitions;
-   This standard assumes that the vehicle is in the defined operating condition;
-   Where minimum or maximum dimensions are quoted these are absolute NOT nominal
The ‘Accessibility of persons with reduced mobility’ standard is written in two parts:
-   This document is Part 1 and contains:
-   Steps for access and egress
-   Part 2 contains
-   Boarding aids.

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This standard describes the specific ‘Design for PRM Use’ requirements applying to rolling stock on the trans-European network (TEN) covered by the TSI for PRM and the assessment of those requirements. The following are valid for this standard.
   The definitions and requirements describe specific aspects of ‘Design for PRM Use’ required by people with reduced mobility as defined in TSI PRM.
   This standard defines elements which are universally valid for obstacle free travelling including toilets, elements for sitting/standing/moving and passageways/internal doors. The definitions and requirements of this standard shall be used for rolling stock applications.
   This part of the standard covers those requirements relating to "Toilets".
   The standard only refers to aspects of accessibility for PRM passengers it does not define general requirements and general definitions for specific components and systems.
   This standard assumes that the vehicle is in the defined operating condition, any damages or operating failures will not be taken into account when assessing these requirements.
   Where minimum or maximum dimensions are quoted these are absolute NOT nominal requirements.
The following areas of ‘Equipment and Components’ from TSI PRM are covered in 3 parts which contain:
   Part 1
   Toilets
   Part 2
   Handholds
   Seats
   Wheelchair spaces
   Part 3
   Passageways
   Internal Doors
This standard will describe these areas with clear and consistent terms and definitions. Measurement methods and/or assessment procedures needed to establish a clear pass/fail assessment are provided where necessary

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This standard describes the specific ‘Design for PRM Use’ requirements applying to rolling stock on the Trans-European Network (TEN) covered by the TSI for PRM and the assessment of those requirements. The following applies to this standard.
   The definitions and requirements describe specific aspects of ‘Design for PRM Use’ required by people with reduced mobility as defined in TSI PRM.
   This standard defines elements which are universally valid for obstacle free travelling including toilets, elements for sitting/standing/moving and passageways/internal doors. The definitions and requirements of this standard are to be used for rolling stock applications.
   This part of the standard covers those requirements relating to sitting, standing and moving about the train.
   The standard only refers to aspects of accessibility for PRM passengers it does not define general requirements and general definitions for specific components and systems.
   This standard assumes that the vehicle is in the defined operating condition, any damages or operating failures shall not be taken into account when assessing these requirements.
The following areas of ‘Equipment and Components’ from TSI PRM are covered in 3 parts:
   Part 1 contains
   Toilets
   Part 2 contains
   Handholds
   Seats
   Wheelchair spaces
   Part 3 contains
   Passage ways
   Internal Doors
This standard describes these areas with clear and consistent terms and definitions. Measurement methods and/or assessment procedures needed to establish a clear pass/fail assessment are provided where necessary.

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This standard describes the specific "Design for PRM Use" requirements applying to rolling stock on the trans-European network (TEN) covered by the TSI for PRM and the assessment of those requirements. The following are valid for this standard:
   the definitions and requirements describe specific aspects of "Design for PRM Use" required by people with reduced mobility as defined in TSI PRM;
   people with reduced mobility as defined in TSI PRM;
   this standard defines elements which are universally valid for obstacle free travelling including toilets, elements for sitting/standing/moving and passageways/internal doors. The definitions and requirements of this standard are to be used for rolling stock applications;
   this part of the standard covers those requirements relating to "Toilets";
   the standard only refers to aspects of accessibility for PRM passengers. It does not define general requirements and general definitions for specific components and systems;
   this standard assumes that the vehicle is in the defined operating condition, any damages or operating failures will not be taken into account when assessing these requirements;
   where minimum or maximum dimensions are quoted these are absolute NOT nominal requirements.
The following areas of "Equipment and Components" from TSI PRM are covered in three parts:
   Part 1 contains:
   Toilets;
   Part 2 contains:
   Handholds;
   Seats;
   Wheelchair spaces;
   Part 3 contains:
   Passage ways;
   Internal Doors.
This standard describes these areas with clear and consistent terms and definitions. Measurement methods and/or assessment procedures needed to establish a clear pass/fail assessment are provided where necessary.

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This European Standard describes the specific ‘Design for PRM use’ requirements applying to rolling stock and the assessment of those requirements. The following applies to this standard:
-   the definitions and requirements describe specific aspects of ‘Design for PRM use’ required by persons with disabilities and persons with reduced mobility as defined in the PRM TSI;
-   this standard defines elements which are universally valid for obstacle free travelling including toilets, elements for sitting, standing and moving and clearways and internal doors. The definitions and requirements of this standard are to be used for rolling stock applications;
-   this standard only refers to aspects of accessibility for PRM passengers. It does not define general requirements and general definitions;
-   this standard assumes that the rolling stock is in its defined operating condition;
-   where minimum or maximum dimensions are quoted these are absolute NOT nominal requirements.
The 'Equipment and Components' standard is written in three parts:
-   this document is Part 1 and contains:
-   toilets;
-   part 2 contains:
-   handholds;
-   seats;
-   wheelchair spaces;
-   part 3 contains:
-   clearways;
-   internal doors.

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This European Standard describes the specific ‘Design for PRM use’ requirements applying to rolling stock and the assessment of those requirements. The following applies to this standard:
-   the definitions and requirements describe specific aspects of ‘Design for PRM use’ required by persons with disabilities and persons with reduced mobility as defined in the PRM TSI;
-   this standard defines elements which are universally valid for obstacle free travelling including toilets, elements for sitting, standing and moving and clearways and internal doors. The definitions and requirements of this standard are to be used for rolling stock applications;
-   this standard only refers to aspects of accessibility for PRM passengers. It does not define general requirements and general definitions;
-   this standard assumes that the rolling stock is in its defined operating condition;
-   where minimum or maximum dimensions are quoted these are absolute NOT nominal requirements.
The 'Equipment and components' standard is written in three parts:
-   Part 1 contains:
-   toilets;
-   this document is Part 2 and contains:
-   handholds;
-   seats;
-   wheelchair spaces;
-   Part 3 contains:
-   clearways;
-   internal doors.

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This European Standard describes the specific ‘Design for PRM use’ requirements applying to rolling stock and the assessment of those requirements. The following applies to this standard:
-   the definitions and requirements describe specific aspects of ‘Design for PRM use’ required by persons with disabilities and persons with reduced mobility as defined in the PRM TSI;
-   this standard defines elements which are universally valid for obstacle free travelling including toilets, elements for sitting, standing and moving and clearways and internal doors. The definitions and requirements of this standard are to be used for rolling stock applications;
-   this standard only refers to aspects of accessibility for PRM passengers. It does not define general requirements and general definitions;
-   this standard assumes that the rolling stock is in its defined operating condition;
-   where minimum or maximum dimensions are quoted these are absolute NOT nominal requirements.
The 'Equipment and components' standard is written in three parts:
-   Part 1 contains:
-   toilets;
-   Part 2 contains:
-   handholds;
-   seats;
-   wheelchair spaces;
-   this document is Part 3 and contains:
-   clearways;
-   internal doors.

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This European Standard establishes comfort parameters of air conditioning for passenger compartments or saloons of railway vehicles (single level or double-decker). These comfort parameters apply in a similar way to the areas reserved for train staff.
The European Standard also specifies conditions, performance values and the comfort parameter measurement methods for compartments or saloons.
This European Standard is applicable to main line rail vehicles. It does not apply to suburban vehicles, metros, tramways and driver's cabs.

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This European Standard specifies principles and requirements for measuring multiple and articulated freight wagons. This ensures that the measuring processes are applied in accordance with uniform criteria. It applies to new and modified multiple and articulated freight wagons.
Provisions going beyond the scope of these requirements are generally agreed between the contracting parties involved.
The measuring processes relate to multiple and articulated freight wagons with or without add-ons in their entirety or just part of them if the geometrical structure does not permit anything else. Where appropriate, other measuring processes not specified here are necessary and are specified in each individual case.

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This European Standard defines the acceptance process to be followed by vehicles that are operated in trains capable of generating high longitudinal forces and that are susceptible, as a result of their design, to derailment as a result of being subjected to these forces.
This European Standard applies to the following types of freight wagons equipped with standard ends as defined in this EN:
-   single wagons;
-   permanently coupled units with side buffers and screw couplers between the vehicles;
-   permanently coupled units with diagonal buffers with screw couplers between the vehicles;
-   articulated units with three 2-axle bogies;
-   low-floor wagons with eight or more axles (e.g. rolling road wagon  ).
The following vehicles are not currently in the scope of this European Standard:
-   wagons that are not subjected to extensive longitudinal compressive forces due to their operational environment (as train composition, braking regime, track layout);
-   wagons with automatic couplers  );
-   wagons with 3-axle bogies  );
-   permanently coupled units with a bar coupler between the vehicles  );
-   articulated wagons with more than three 2-axle bogies.
Acceptance criteria and test conditions as well as conditions for the dispensation from tests are defined in this European Standard.
This document applies principally to wagons which operate without restriction on standard gauge tracks in Europe (1 435 mm).
NOTE   The influence on railway systems using other gauges is not sufficiently understood to extend the scope of this document to gauges other than standard.

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This European Standard defines the acceptance process to be followed by vehicles that are operated in trains capable of generating high longitudinal forces and that are susceptible, as a result of their design, to derailment as a result of being subjected to these forces.
This European Standard applies to the following types of freight wagons equipped with standard ends as defined in this EN:
-   single wagons;
-   permanently coupled units with side buffers and screw couplers between the vehicles;
-   permanently coupled units with diagonal buffers with screw couplers between the vehicles;
-   articulated units with three 2-axle bogies;
-   low-floor wagons with eight or more axles (e.g. rolling road wagon  ).
The following vehicles are not currently in the scope of this European Standard:
-   wagons that are not subjected to extensive longitudinal compressive forces due to their operational environment (as train composition, braking regime, track layout);
-   wagons with automatic couplers  );
-   wagons with 3-axle bogies  );
-   permanently coupled units with a bar coupler between the vehicles  );
-   articulated wagons with more than three 2-axle bogies.
Acceptance criteria and test conditions as well as conditions for the dispensation from tests are defined in this European Standard.
This document applies principally to wagons which operate without restriction on standard gauge tracks in Europe (1 435 mm).
NOTE   The influence on railway systems using other gauges is not sufficiently understood to extend the scope of this document to gauges other than standard.

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This European Standard describes methods of classification of existing and new railway lines and the categorization of vehicles. The standard specifies the technical requirements for ensuring the compatibility of the interface between a vehicle and infrastructure with respect to the vertical load carrying capacity of a line. The standard is suitable for use on freight, passenger and mixed traffic lines with standard track gauge and wider than standard track gauge. It contains requirements relevant to:
-   classification of the vertical load carrying capacity of railway infrastructure;
-   design of railway vehicles;
-   determination of payload limits of freight wagons.
A summary of the classification of infrastructure and the categorization of vehicles is given in Annex B.
The assessment of the vertical load carrying capacity of civil engineering structures, track, sub-grade and earthworks by the use of the load models defined in Annex A permits the classification of infrastructure into line categories.
This European Standard identifies on which lines vehicles are compatible to the infrastructure for regular traffic regarding vertical load effects.
Line categories are provided for:
-   all traffic types;
-   heavy freight traffic;
-   locomotives;
-   multiple units;
-   lightweight passenger traffic.
Mobile railway infrastructure construction and maintenance equipment (e.g. rail mounted plant, cranes) in working mode and portable trolleys as defined by EN 13977 are outside the scope of this European Standard.
This European Standard does not cover the system used in Great Britain, where all lines and vehicles are classified in accordance with the RA (Route Availability) System. A guide to the equivalent categories in accordance with this European Standard is given in Annex Q.
This European Standard does not cover requirements relating to the maximum total mass or maximum length of a train.
The requirements of this European Standard do not replace any regulations related to running behaviour of vehicles described by the assessment quantities for running safety, track loading and ride characteristics (see EN 14363).
This Standard does not impose any requirements to vehicles or infrastructure, but gives guidance to a simplified management of the interface between vehicles and infrastructure.
Publication of line categories is outside the scope of this European Standard.

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This European Standard specifies minimum structural requirements for railway vehicle bodies.
This European Standard specifies the loads vehicle bodies should be capable of sustaining, identifies how material data should be used and presents the principles to be used for design validation by analysis and testing. This European Standard applies to locomotives and passenger rolling stock. EN 12663-2 provides the verification procedure for freight wagons and also refers to the methods in this standard as an alternative for freight wagons.
The railway vehicles are divided into categories which are defined only with respect to the structural requirements of the vehicle bodies. Some vehicles may not fit into any of the defined categories; the structural requirements for such railway vehicles should be part of the specification and be based on the principles presented in this European Standard.
The standard applies to all railway vehicles within the EU and EFTA territories. The specified requirements assume operating conditions and circumstances such as are prevalent in these countries.
In addition to the requirements of this European Standard the structure of all vehicles associated with passenger conveyance may generally be required to have features that will protect occupants in the case of collision accidents. These requirements are given in EN 15227.

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CEN/TC 256 - Deletion of a superfluous clause in the document in all three langauge versions.

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This European Standard specifies minimum structural requirements for railway vehicle bodies.
This European Standard specifies the loads vehicle bodies should be capable of sustaining, identifies how material data should be used and presents the principles to be used for design validation by analysis and testing. This European Standard applies to locomotives and passenger rolling stock. EN 12663-2 provides the verification procedure for freight wagons and also refers to the methods in this standard as an alternative for freight wagons.
The railway vehicles are divided into categories which are defined only with respect to the structural requirements of the vehicle bodies. Some vehicles may not fit into any of the defined categories; the structural requirements for such railway vehicles should be part of the specification and be based on the principles presented in this European Standard.
The standard applies to all railway vehicles within the EU and EFTA territories. The specified requirements assume operating conditions and circumstances such as are prevalent in these countries.
In addition to the requirements of this European Standard the structure of all vehicles associated with passenger conveyance may generally be required to have features that will protect occupants in the case of collision accidents. These requirements are given in EN 15227.

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CEN/TC 256 - Deletion of a superfluous clause in the document in all three langauge versions. No xml version as the mother version EN 12561-3:2011 is not available as xml.

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Mistake in the reference of the document (EN 50238-1)

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EN 16334 specifies the characteristics of the Passenger Alarm System. The aim of the Passenger Alarm System is to: a) permit passengers in case of emergency situations to inform the driver; b) permit the driver to keep the train moving or to stop the train at a safe location; c) stop the train automatically: 1) at a platform, 2) if there is no acknowledgement by the driver. This European Standard covers the Passenger Alarm System (PAS) fitted to the passenger carrying rolling stock and specifies: - the functional requirements for an alarm triggered in the driving cab (Clause 6); - the communication channel between the driver and passengers or on-board staff (6.4); - the dynamic analysis of the Passenger Alarm System (Clause 7); - the requirements for the degraded modes management (Clause 8); - the safety related requirements (Clause 9); - requirements for the Passenger Alarm Device and Passenger Alarm Device area (Clause 10). This European Standard is applicable to rolling stock which are in the field of the Directive 2008/57/EC.

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This European Standard specifies the characteristics of the Passenger Alarm System. The aim of the Passenger Alarm System is to:
a)   permit passengers in case of emergency situations to inform the driver;
b)   permit the driver to keep the train moving or to stop the train at a safe location;
c)   stop the train automatically:
1)   at a platform,
2)   if there is no acknowledgement by the driver.
This European Standard covers the Passenger Alarm System (PAS) fitted to the passenger carrying rolling stock and specifies:
-   the functional requirements for an alarm triggered in the driving cab (Clause 6);
-   the communication channel between the driver and passengers or on-board staff (6.4);
-   the dynamic analysis of the Passenger Alarm System (Clause 7);
-   the requirements for the degraded modes management (Clause 8);
-   the safety related requirements (Clause 9);
-   requirements for the Passenger Alarm Device and Passenger Alarm Device area (Clause 10).
This European Standard is applicable to rolling stock which are in the field of the Directive 2008/57/EC.
NOTE 1   Existing Passenger Alarm Systems may require modification to work in conjunction with vehicles that comply with this standard.
NOTE 2   Most of the requirements of UIC 541–6 are compliant with this standard.
Other communications systems named 'communication device for passengers' or 'call for aid' in the CR LOC and PAS TSI [1] are not covered by this standard.
NOTE 3    prEN 16683, Railway applications Call for aid and communication device Requirements covers these aspects.

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This Technical Report is covering the whole external door system which includes also movable steps and ramps. It describes the functional interfaces of door system connected at vehicle level to the TCMS. It includes the direct I/O interface to train-lines.

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This part of the standard identifies the information required to be marked on coaches, motive power units, locomotives and On Track Machines, relating to their technical and operational characteristics. It defines the characteristics of these markings, the requirements pertaining to their presentation, their shape and position on a vehicle and their meaning. Some markings are accompanied with note(s) where appropriate. Service markings relating to passenger information are not addressed by this standard. The provisions of this standard cover external markings on vehicles as required by: - The EU TSIs; - The COTIF regulations equivalent to the TSIs. In addition to the markings shown in this standard, there might be other markings and text applied to these vehicles, e.g. instructions and warnings concerning the use of equipment specific to the vehicle. Such additional markings are not in contravention of this standard provided they do not interfere with, create ambiguity or in any other way affect the markings in this standard. The standard is applicable to all railway motive power units, coaches, baggage and mail vans intended to be included in passenger trains, locomotives and On Track Machines operating within and between Member States of the European Union, the European Economic Area Member States and States which are member of OTIF (Intergovernmental Organisation for International Carriage by Rail) and it satisfies the legal requirements within these institutions.

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EN 16362 specifies the interface requirements for water restocking equipment, and the on board system to preserve the quality of the water supply. It is applicable to railway vehicles fitted with water taps for use in toilets, washing facilities, water dispensers and catering equipment and the railway infrastructure at designated servicing sites. This European Standard is not applicable to filling railway vehicles with water for the purpose of engine cooling, steam heating or work equipment on on-track machines.

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This European Standard specifies the technical requirements to deal with the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events, common to demountable machines, as defined in EN 15955-1:2013, intended for construction, maintenance inspection of the railway infrastructure, shunting and emergency rescue vehicles. This European Standard specifies the technical requirements to deal with the common hazards during transport, assembly and installation, commissioning, running on track, use including setting, programming, and process changeover, operation, cleaning, fault finding, maintenance and de-commissioning of the machines when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer; see Clause 4. NOTE Specific measures for exceptional circumstances are not dealt with in this European Standard. They can be the subject of negotiation between manufacturer and the machine operator. The common hazards dealt with include the general hazards presented by the machines, as well as the hazards presented by the following specific machine functions:
- excavation;
- ballast tamping, ballast cleaning, ballast regulating, ballast consolidating;
- track renewal;
- rail maintenance;
- craning;
- catenary renewal / maintenance;
- maintenance of the components of the infrastructure;
- inspection and measurement of the components of the infrastructure;
- tunnel inspection / ventilation;
- shunting;
- emergency rescue and recovery;
during commissioning, use, maintenance and servicing.
This European Standard applies to self-propelled machines that are not intended to operate signalling and control systems. Other similar machines are dealt with in other European Standards; see Annex D. It is assumed that a finished standard automotive chassis used as a host for a demountable machine will offer an acceptable safety level for its designed functions before conversion. This specific aspect is not dealt with in this European Standard. This European Standard does not deal with:
a) requirements with regard to the quality of work and the performance of the machine;
b) machines that utilise the catenary for traction purposes;
c) specific requirements established by a railway infrastructure manager; d) negotiations between the manufacturer and the machine operator for additional or alternative requirements;
e) hazards due to air pressure caused by the passing of high-speed trains at more than 200 km/h;
f) requirements which could be necessary in case of use in extreme conditions, such as:
1) extreme ambient temperatures (below − 20 °C or above + 40 °C);
2) highly corrosive or contaminating environment, e.g. due to the presence of chemicals;
3) potentially explosive atmospheres.
This European Standard applies to all machines that are ordered one year after the publication date by CEN of this standard.

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This European Standard defines the process to determine the conditions under which dispensation from on-track testing according to EN 14363 can be given to freight wagons. In its application this document specifies the means by which dispensation from on-track tests is possible. This European Standard is subordinate to EN 14363. This European Standard is not limited to any type of freight vehicle; however certain types, which have been previously accepted under the auspices of UIC, are considered to have a continuing dispensation from on-track testing. These freight vehicles are detailed within this document. The dispensation conditions described in this document apply to all freight vehicles used in international, multilateral or national rail freight transportation, which operate without restriction on standard gauge tracks (1 435 mm). The various rail-inclinations used in Europe (1:20, 1:40 and 1:30) are covered by the conditions for dispensation. This European Standard only contains requirements for characteristics related to requirements for on-track tests specified in EN 14363.

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This European Standard specifies the minimum ergonomic and structural integrity requirements for steps and handrails used by railway staff to access passenger vehicles, luggage vans, locomotives and power units of rolling stock. It also applies to passenger-rated car carriers. This European Standard defines the required spaces necessary for handling of screw couplings with side buffers, shunter handrails and shunter?s stand. For staff access, it defines footsteps, handrails and their dimensions and free spaces. To fulfil the requirements for loads which are applied by the staff, it defines dimensions and requirements for materials or design loads. It also defines the general requirements of steps and handrail for access to external equipment, for example windscreens, wipers or external lights. This European Standard does not cover on track machines (mobile railway infrastructure construction and maintenance equipment) and tram-trains.

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This European Standard specifies discharge, handling operations and emergency procedures for rail tankers used for the transport of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). This European Standard applies to operations where LPG is discharged from rail tankers into LPG fixed storage facilities.
This European Standard does not apply to “tank containers” and “batteries of receptacles”.

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This European Standard specifies the interface requirements for water restocking equipment, and the on board system to preserve the quality of the water supply. It is applicable to railway vehicles fitted with water taps for use in toilets, washing facilities, water dispensers and catering equipment and the railway infrastructure at designated servicing sites.
This European Standard is not applicable to filling railway vehicles with water for the purpose of engine cooling, steam heating or work equipment on on-track machines.

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This European Standard specifies discharge, handling operations and emergency procedures for rail tankers used for the transport of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).
This European Standard applies to operations where LPG is off-loaded from rail tankers into LPG fixed storage facilities.
This European Standard does not apply to "tank containers" and "batteries of receptacles".

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This part of the European Standard identifies the information required or recommended to be marked on coaches, motive power units, locomotives and On Track Machines, relating to their technical and operational characteristics. It defines the characteristics of these markings, the requirements pertaining to their presentation, their shape and position on a vehicle and their meaning. Some markings are accompanied with note(s) where appropriate.
Service markings relating to passenger information are not addressed by this standard.
The provisions of this standard cover external markings on vehicles as required by:
- the TSIs;
- the COTIF regulations.
In addition to the markings shown in this European Standard, there might be other markings and text applied to these vehicles, e.g. instructions and warnings concerning the use of equipment specific to the vehicle. Such additional markings are not in contravention of this standard provided they do not interfere with, create ambiguity or in any other way affect the markings in this standard.
This European Standard is applicable to all railway motive power units, coaches, baggage and mail vans and car carrying coaches intended to be included in passenger trains, locomotives and On Track Machines operating within and between Member States of the European Union, the European Economic Area Member States and States which are member of OTIF (Intergovernmental Organisation for International Carriage by Rail) and it satisfies the legal requirements within these institutions.

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This European Standard defines the process to determine the conditions under which dispensation from on-track testing according to EN 14363 can be given to freight wagons. In its application this document specifies the means by which dispensation from on-track tests is possible.
This European Standard is subordinate to EN 14363.
This European Standard is not limited to any type of freight vehicle; however certain types, which have been previously accepted under the auspices of UIC, are considered to have a continuing dispensation from on-track testing. These freight vehicles are detailed within this document.
The dispensation conditions described in this document apply to all freight vehicles used in international, multilateral or national rail freight transportation, which operate without restriction on standard gauge tracks (1 435 mm). The various rail-inclinations used in Europe (1:20, 1:40 and 1:30) are covered by the conditions for dispensation.
NOTE   The test procedures described in this standard (and in EN 14363) can be applied also to applications with other track gauges e.g. 1 524 mm or 1 668 mm. The limit values could be different, as the details of the network are not known by the authors of this standard. If established running gear are existing in such restricted networks the related ranges of running gear and vehicle parameters for dispensation from on-track tests might be specified together with the operational parameters (speed, cant deficiency, maximum axle load) based on previous tests and operating experiences. These limit values and parameters will be specified under national responsibility.
This European Standard only contains requirements for characteristics related to requirements for on-track tests specified in EN 14363.

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This European Standard specifies the minimum ergonomic and structural integrity requirements for steps and handrails used by railway staff to access passenger vehicles, luggage vans, locomotives and power units of rolling stock. It also applies to passenger-rated car carriers.
This European Standard defines the required space necessary for handling of screw couplings with side buffers, shunter handrails and shunter’s stand. For staff access, it defines footsteps, handrails and their dimensions and free spaces. To fulfil the requirements for loads which are applied by the staff, it defines dimensions and requirements for materials or design loads.
It also defines the general requirements of steps and handrail for access to external equipment, for example windscreens, wipers or external lights.
This European Standard does not cover on track machines (mobile railway infrastructure construction and maintenance equipment) and tram-trains.

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1.1   General
This European Standard specifies the technical requirements to minimise the specific railway hazards of trailers and associated equipment, which can arise during the commissioning, the operation and the maintenance of trailers when carried out in accordance with the specification given by the manufacturer or his authorised representative. This European Standard applies to trailers that are not intended to interact with operating signalling and control systems. Other machines are dealt with in other European Standards; see Annex E.
These trailers are not designed or intended for operating signalling and control systems and are only intended to work and run under special operating conditions specifically designated by the infrastructure manager.
These trailers are not intended to be vehicles as defined in the Interoperability Directive and are not permitted to run on the railway lines open to normal traffic. If this is required, they will need to be authorised or placed into service as set out in the Interoperability Directive 2008/57/EC.
Part 1 of this European Standard deals with the technical railway requirements; Part 2 deals with requirements for the trailer to be declared conformant by the manufacturer, except in the case of trailers classified in Annex 4 of the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC which require conformity check in conjunction with a notified body.
Additional requirements can apply for running on infrastructures with narrow gauge or broad gauge lines, lines of tramways, railways utilising other than adhesion between the rail and rail wheels, and underground infrastructures.
This European Standard is also applicable to trailers and associated equipment that in working configuration are partly supported on the ballast or the formation.
Where two or more trailers are used together to transport loads in a fixed formation, e.g. where a metal container is fixed to two small trailers, the whole system is treated as a trailer for the purposes of compliance with the requirements of this European Standard.
This European Standard does not apply to the following:
-   requirements for quality of the work or performance of the trailer;
-   specific requirements established by the railway infrastructure operator for the use of trailers, which will be the subject of negotiation between the manufacturer and the operator;
-   separate machines temporarily mounted on the trailer.
This European Standard does not establish the additional requirements for the following:
-   operation subject to special rules, e.g. potentially explosive atmospheres;
-   hazards due to natural causes, e.g. earthquake, lightning, flooding, etc;
-   working methods;
-   operation in severe working conditions requiring special measures, e.g. work in tunnels or in cuttings, extreme environmental conditions (below – 20 °C or above + 40 °C), corrosive environment, contaminating environments, strong magnetic fields;
-   hazards due to errors in software;
-   hazards occurring when used to handle suspended loads which may swing freely.
The intended use of these trailers may have operational parameters specified by each infrastructure manager; for example the maximum speed allowed for these trailers is likely to be limited by the infrastructure manager
- compliance with the clauses of this standard does not confer permission for trailers to travel at this speed. These trailers will not be allowed on a track open to normal railway traffic.
1.2   Validity of this European Standard
This European Standard applies to all trailers, which are ordered one year after the publication date by CEN of this standard.

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1.1   General
This European Standard specifies the technical requirements to minimise the specific railway hazards of self propelled demountable machines - henceforward referred to as machines - and associated equipment, which can arise during the commissioning, the operation and the maintenance of these machines when carried out in accordance with the specification given by the manufacturer or his authorised representative. These machines are not designed or intended to operate signalling and control systems and are only designed and intended to work and run under special operating conditions specifically designated by the infrastructure manager. Other machines are dealt with in other European Standards; see Annex D.
This part of EN 15955 deals with the technical railway requirements; Part 2 deals with the requirements for the machine to be declared conformant by the manufacturer, except in the case of machines classified in Annex 4 of the Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC) which requires conformity check in conjunction with a notified body.
These demountable machines are not intended to be vehicles as defined in the Interoperability Directive and are not permitted to run on the railway lines open to normal traffic. If this is required, they will need to be authorised or placed into service as set out in the Interoperability Directive 2008/57/EC.
Additional requirements can apply for running on infrastructures with narrow gauge or broad gauge lines, lines of tramways, railways utilising other than adhesion between the rail and rail wheels and underground infrastructures.
This European Standard is also applicable to machines and associated equipment that in working configuration are partly supported on the ballast or the formation.
This European Standard does not apply to the following:
-   requirements for quality of the work or performance of the machine;
-   specific requirements established by the railway infrastructure operator for the use of machines, which will be the subject of negotiation between the manufacturer and the purchaser;
-   separate machines temporarily mounted on demountable machines and associated equipment.
This European Standard does not establish the additional requirements for the following:
-   operation subject to special rules, e.g. potentially explosive atmospheres;
-   hazards due to natural causes, e.g. earthquake, lightning, flooding;
-   working methods;
-   operation in severe working conditions requiring special measures, e.g. work in tunnels or in cuttings, extreme environmental conditions (below – 20 °C or above + 40 °C), corrosive environment, contaminating environments, strong magnetic fields;
-   hazards due to errors in software;
-   hazards occurring when used to handle suspended loads which may swing freely.
The intended use of these machines may have operational parameters specified by each infrastructure manager, e.g. the maximum speed allowed for these machines is likely to be limited by the infrastructure manager; compliance with the clauses of this standard does not confer permission for machines to travel at this speed. These machines will not be allowed on a track open to normal railway traffic.
1.2   Validity of this European Standard
This European Standard applies to all machines, which are ordered one year after the publication date by CEN of this standard.

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This European Standard specifies the technical requirements to deal with the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events, common to demountable machines, as defined in EN 15955-1:2013, intended for construction, maintenance inspection of the railway infrastructure, shunting and emergency rescue vehicles.
This European Standard specifies the technical requirements to deal with the common hazards during transport, assembly and installation, commissioning, running on track, use including setting, programming, and process changeover, operation, cleaning, fault finding, maintenance and de-commissioning of the machines when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer; see Clause 4.
NOTE   Specific measures for exceptional circumstances are not dealt with in this European Standard. They can be the subject of negotiation between manufacturer and the machine operator.
The common hazards dealt with include the general hazards presented by the machines, as well as the hazards presented by the following specific machine functions:
-   excavation;
-   ballast tamping, ballast cleaning, ballast regulating, ballast consolidating;
-   track renewal;
-   rail maintenance;
-   craning;
-   catenary renewal / maintenance;
-   maintenance of the components of the infrastructure;
-   inspection and measurement of the components of the infrastructure;
-   tunnel inspection / ventilation;
-   shunting;
-   emergency rescue and recovery;
during commissioning, use, maintenance and servicing.
This European Standard applies to self-propelled machines that are not intended to operate signalling and control systems. Other similar machines are dealt with in other European Standards; see Annex D.
It is assumed that a finished standard automotive chassis used as a host for a demountable machine will offer an acceptable safety level for its designed functions before conversion. This specific aspect is not dealt with in this European Standard.
This European Standard does not deal with:
a)   requirements with regard to the quality of work and the performance of the machine;
b)   machines that utilise the catenary for traction purposes;
c)   specific requirements established by a railway infrastructure manager;
d)   negotiations between the manufacturer and the machine operator for additional or alternative requirements;
e)   hazards due to air pressure caused by the passing of high-speed trains at more than 200 km/h;
f)   requirements which could be necessary in case of use in extreme conditions, such as:
1)   extreme ambient temperatures (below − 20 °C or above + 40 °C);
2)   highly corrosive or contaminating environment, e.g. due to the presence of chemicals;
3)   potentially explosive atmospheres.
This European Standard applies to all machines that are ordered one year after the publication date by CEN of this standard.

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This European Standard specifies the technical requirements to deal with the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events, common to trailers, as defined in the scope of EN 15954-1, including machinery, attachments and equipment permanently fixed to the trailer, intended for construction, maintenance and/or inspection of the railway infrastructure, emergency rescue and recovery.
This European Standard specifies the technical requirements to deal with the common hazards during transport, assembly and installation, commissioning, running on track, use (including setting, programming, and process changeover), operation, cleaning, fault finding, maintenance and de-commissioning of the trailers when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer; see Clause 4.
NOTE   Specific measures for exceptional circumstances are not dealt with in this European Standard. They can be the subject of negotiation between manufacturer and the machine operator.
The common hazards dealt with include the general hazards presented by the trailers, as well as the hazards presented by the following specific trailer functions:
-   track renewal;
-   rail maintenance;
-   craning;
-   catenary renewal / maintenance;
-   maintenance of the components of the infrastructure;
-   inspection and measurement of the components of the infrastructure;
-   tunnel inspection / ventilation;
-   emergency rescue and recovery
during commissioning, use, maintenance and servicing.
This European Standard applies to trailers that are not intended to operate signalling and control systems. Other similar machines are dealt with in other European Standards; see Annex D.
It is assumed that a finished standard automotive chassis used as a host for a road-rail trailer will offer an acceptable safety level for its designed functions before conversion. This specific aspect is not dealt with in this European Standard.
This European Standard does not deal with:
a)   requirements with regard to the quality of work and the performance of trailers;
b)   specific requirements established by a railway infrastructure manager;
c)   negotiations between the manufacturer and the trailer operator for additional or alternative requirements;
d)   requirements for use and running of the trailer on public highway;
e)   hazards due to air pressure caused by the passing of high-speed trains at more than 200 km/h;
f)   requirements which could be necessary in case of use in extreme conditions, such as:
1)   extreme ambient temperatures (below – 20°C or above + 40°C);
2)   highly corrosive or contaminating environment, e.g. due to the presence of chemicals;
3)   potentially explosive atmospheres.
This European Standard applies to all trailers that are ordered one year after the publication date by CEN of this standard.

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This European Standard defines the technical and safety requirements applicable to gangway systems used in all railway vehicles such as tram, tram trains, coaches, metro, suburban, main line and high speed trains that carry passengers. A gangway system gives comfortable passage from one vehicle to the other and consists of a flexible component which allows relative movement between vehicles.
It also defines:
-   the requirements for the safety for passengers and/or staff in the gangway while the train is running;
-   the assessment methods as well as pass/fail criteria for gangways installed on vehicles.

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