Rolling stock/Supplementary information and regulations

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General documentation

General documentation

Maintenance instructions and requirements

Maintenance instructions

The maintenance design justification file

Instructions and documentation for operation

Instructions for operation in normal and degraded modes of the vehicle

Track-side tests of the complete vehicle

Structure and mechanical parts

Vehicle structure

Strength and integrity

Load capability

Load conditions and weighted mass

Axle load and wheel load

Joining technology

Lifting and jacking

Fixing of devices to car body structure

Connections used between different parts of the vehicle

Mechanical interfaces for end coupling or inner coupling

Automatic coupling

Characteristic of rescue coupling

Screw couplings

Buffing, inner coupling and draw gear components

Buffer marking

Draw hook


Passive safety

Track interaction and gauging

Vehicle gauge

Specific case

Vehicle dynamics

Running safety and dynamics

Equivalent conicity, wheel profile and limits

Track loading compatibility parameters

Vertical acceleration

Bogies/running gear


Wheel set (axle + wheels)


Wheel/rail interface (including wheel flange lubrication and sanding)

Bearings on the wheel set

Minimum curve radius to be negotiated

Rail guard

Limit of maximum longitudinal positive and negative acceleration


Functional requirements for braking at train level

Safety requirements for braking at train level

Traction/braking interlocking

Brake system

Brake command

Emergency braking command

Service braking command

Direct braking command

Dynamic braking command

Parking braking command

Brake performance

Emergency braking

Service braking

Calculations related to thermal capacity

Parking brake

Braking adhesion management

Limit of wheel rail adhesion profile

Wheel slide protection system

Braking force production

Friction brake

Brake blocks

Brake discs

Brake pads

Dynamic brake linked to traction

Magnetic track brake

Eddy current track brake

Parking brake

Brake state and fault indication

Brake requirements for rescue purposes

Passenger-related items


Exterior doors

Interior doors


Steps and lighting

Floor height changes


Boarding aids



Passenger information

Public address system

Signs and information

Seats and specific PRM arrangements

Specific passenger-related facilities

Lift systems

Heating, ventilation and air condition systems


Environmental conditions and aerodynamic effects

Impact of the environment on the vehicle

Environmental conditions impacting on the vehicle





Snow, ice and hail

Solar radiation

Chemical and particulate matter

Aerodynamic effects on the vehicle

Crosswind effects

Maximum pressure variation in tunnels

Impact of the vehicle on the environment

Chemical and particulate emissions

Toilet emissions

Exhaust gas emissions

Limits for noise emissions

Exterior noise impact

Stationary noise impact

Starting noise impact

Pass-by noise impact

Limits for aerodynamic loads impact

Head pressure pulses

Aerodynamic impact on passengers/materials on the platform

Aerodynamic impact on track workers

Ballast pick-up and projection onto neighbouring property

External warning, marking functions and software integrity requirements

Integrity of software employed for safety-related functions

Visual and audible vehicle identification and warning functions

Vehicle marking

External lights


Marker lights

Tail lights

Lamp controls

Warning horn

Warning horn tones

Warning horn sound pressure levels

Warning horns, protection

Warning horns, control

Warning horns verification of sound pressure levels


Onboard power supply and control systems

Traction performance requirements

Residual acceleration at max speed

Residual traction capability in degraded mode

Traction wheel/rail adhesion requirements

Functional and technical specification related to the interface between the vehicle and the energy subsystem

Functional and technical specification related to the electric power supply

Power supply

Impedance between pantograph and wheels

Voltage and frequency of overhead contact line power supply

Energy recuperation

Maximum power and maximum current that is permissible to draw from the overhead contact line

Power factor

System energy disturbances

Harmonic characteristics and related over-voltages on the overhead contact line
Effects of DC content in AC supply

Electrical protection

Pantograph functional and design parameters

Pantograph overall design

Pantograph head geometry

Pantograph static contact force

Pantograph contact force (including dynamic behaviour and aerodynamic effects)

Working range of pantographs

Current capacity

Arrangement of pantographs

Insulation of pantograph from the vehicle

Pantograph lowering

Running through phase separation sections

Running through system separation sections

Contact strip functional and design parameters

Contact strip geometry

Contact strip material

Contact strip assessment

Detection of contact strip breakage

Current capacity

Electrical power supply and traction system

Energy consumption measurement

Main electrical circuit configuration

High voltage components


Electromagnetic compatibility

Electromagnetic compatibility within the onboard electrical power supply and control system

Electromagnetic compatibility with the signalling and telecommunications network

Electromagnetic compatibility with other vehicles and with the trackside part of the railway system

Electromagnetic compatibility with the environment

Protection against electrical hazards

Diesel and other thermal traction system requirements

Systems requiring special monitoring and protection measures

Tanks and pipe systems for flammable liquids

Pressure vessel systems/pressure equipment

Steam boiler installations

Technical systems in potentially explosive atmospheres

Ionisation detectors

Hydraulic/pneumatic supply and control systems

Staff facilities, interfaces and environment

Driver’s cab design

Cab design

Interior layout

Desk ergonomics

Driver’s seat

Means for the driver to exchange documents

Other facilities to control operation of the train

Access to driver’s cab

Access, egress and doors

Driver’s cab emergency exits

Windscreen in driver’s cab

Mechanical characteristics

Optical characteristics


Front visibility

Working conditions

Environmental conditions

Heating, ventilation and air condition systems in driver cabs

Noise in driver cabs

Lighting in driver cabs


Driver/machine interface

Driver/machine interface

Speed indication

Driver display unit and screens

Controls and indicators

Driver supervision

Rear and side view

Marking and labelling in driver cabs

Equipment and other facilities onboard for staff

Facilities onboard for staff

Staff access for coupling/uncoupling

External steps and handrails for shunting staff

Storage facilities for use by staff

Other facilities

Staff and freight access doors

Onboard tools and portable equipment

Audible communication system

Recording device


Remote control function

Fire safety and evacuation

Fire safety

Fire protection concept

Classification of vehicle/fire categories

Fire protection measures

General protection measures for vehicles

Fire protection measures for specific kinds of vehicles

Protection of driver’s cab

Fire barriers

Material properties

Fire detectors

Fire extinction equipment


Passenger emergency exits

Rescue services’ information, equipment and access

Passenger alarm

Emergency lighting

Additional measures


Train cleaning facilities

Train external cleaning facilities

Train internal cleaning

Train refuelling facilities

Waste water disposal systems

Water supply system

Further supply facilities

Interface to refuelling equipment for non-electric rolling stock

Onboard control command and signalling

Onboard radio system

Non-GSM-R radio system

GSM-R compliant radio system

Text messages

Call forwarding

Broadcast calls

Cab-radio related requirements

Network selection by external trigger

General purpose radio-related functions

Primary controller’s MMI functionality

Use of hand portables as cab mobile radio

Capacity of onboard GSMR

GSM-R-ETCS interface

Interconnection and roaming between GSM-R networks

Border crossing


Interface between rolling stock driver’s safety device, vigilance device, and GSM-R onboard assembly

Test specification for mobile equipment GSM-R

Directed/automatic network selection

Registration and deregistration

GSM-R version management

Onboard signalling

National onboard signalling systems

Compatibility of signalling system with the rest of the train

Compatibility of rolling stock with track infrastructure

Relation between axle distance and wheel diameter

Metal free space around wheels

Metal mass of a vehicle

ETCS cab signalling system


Train categories

Performance requirements for onboard GSM-R equipment related to quality of service

Use of ETCS modes

ETCS requirements when vehicle is driven from outside the cab

Level crossing functionality

Braking safety margins

Reliability — Availability — Safety requirements

Marker boards

Ergonomic aspects of the DMI

ETCS values of variables controlled outside UNISIG — Manual

KM conformance requirements

Requirements for pre-fitting ETCS onboard equipment

ETCS version management

Specification of ETCS variables

RBC — RBC interface

Additional requirements on locomotives and multiple units

Functionality and interfaces of staff protection systems to the signalling system

Interface with service brake

Specific operational requirements

Specific items to place onboard

Occupational health and safety

Lifting diagram and instructions for rescue

Freight-related items

Design, operation and maintenance constraints for the transport of dangerous goods

Specific facilities for the transport of freight

Doors and loading facilities