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  • Regulatory problems with international border crossings ANTAL, Dániel p r e s i d e n t D o r t m u n d , 1 3 th November 2007.
  • Regulatory problem areas in border crossing
    • Who should monitor international traffic? How should neighbours co-operate within the European Union?
    • How do you define tolerable barriers on the borders, when and who should take action?
    • Do border crossing agreements conflict with the Community law? What is the role of border-crossing agreements in the regulator’s cases and monitoring activity?
    • How common is the practice that rail undertakings themselves are making agreements (participating in each other’s border-crossing)?
    • How can an open access regulator handle a non-open-access neighbour? Who should take action?
  • Administration on border-crossing stations no no no no no no yes Necessity of contributor no no no no yes yes yes Custom duties Change of staff at all times, traction vehicle in case Change of traction vehicle and staff Change of traction vehicle and staff Change of staff at all times, traction vehicle in case Change of traction vehicle and staff Change of traction vehicle and staff Reloading 95%, axle resetting 5% Technologic factors 2 hour 1 hour 1-5 hours 0,25-1,5 hours 1-5 hours Circa 6 hours Within 24 hours Generally required time of transit no no no no by freight’s trait by freight’s trait by freight’s trait Animal and plants medical test Letter of carriage, transfer schedule, carriage statement, train statement, trainload register Letter of carriage, transfer schedule, carriage statement, train statement, trainload register Letter of carriage, transfer schedule, carriage statement, train statement, trainload register Letter of carriage, transfer schedule, carriage statement, train statement, trainload register Letter of carriage, transfer schedule, carriage statement, train statement, trainload register Letter of carriage, transfer schedule, carriage statement, train statement, trainload register Letter of carriage, transfer schedule, carriage statement, train statement, trainload register Documents yes yes yes yes no negotiated no EU membership Romania Slovenia Slovakia Austria Serbia Croatia Ukraine  
  • Regulatory problem areas in border crossing
  • Border crossings (average/ maximum hours ) 0,25 1,5 6 9 3 5 1 5 1 1,5 2 2,5 24 14
  • Bargaining power I: modal split around Hungary 32,6 22,7 25,0 29,5 21,7 23,1 30,8 48,5
  • Bargaining power in international traffic II .
    • Hungarian Rail Office
    • Múzeum utca 11.1088 Budapest
    • PO Box 132, 1461 Budapest
    • www. rail .gov.hu
    • phone: +36 1 511 3131
    • fax: +36 1 511 4669
    Contact the Hungarian Rail Office