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This guidance sets out ORR’s interpretation of The Railways (Access, Management and Licensing of Railway Undertakings) Regulations 2016. It explains the key provisions of the 2016 Regulations, including the rights and responsibilities of infrastructure managers, service facility operators, and railway undertakings. It also explains how applicants can appeal to ORR, and the process that ORR will follow in considering an appeal.
economic-regulation-or-periodic-reviews; access-and-licensing; all
This guidance sets out the Office of Rail and Road’s (ORR’s) interpretation of The Railways Infrastructure (Access, Management and Licensing of Railway Undertakings) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016 (the NI Regulations).
Hand arm vibration syndrome position paper PDF, 217 Kb
Any work involving hand-held machinery and power tools should be managed to meet the appropriate legal controls and standards to prevent the risks from hand arm vibration (HAV), focussing on alternative and safer methods of work.
We commissioned Arup/Oxera to undertake an impact assessment of the CMA’s options for increasing on-rail competition to improve our understanding of the likely impacts of each option on operators, passengers and funders.
Assessing what impact putting more data on seat availability into the public domain has on passengers’ behaviour.
This guidance supports the passenger information licence condition (condition 4) in passenger, station and network operator licences by giving more information about what is expected and how it will be enforced.
economic-regulation-or-periodic-reviews; consumer; access-and-licensing; all