For holders of EU passenger licences we updated their GB Statement of National Regulatory Provisions (SNRP) as well as their station licences on 3 December 2019. On 24 June 2020 we also updated those operators who just hold station licences too. For operators who provide traction only services, we have now modified their SNRPs.
Consultation to revise the Accessible Travel Policy (ATP) Guidance. This aims to improve the availability of accessible vehicles for use by disabled passengers during rail disruption, and to ensure passengers know where accessible buses and coaches will be operated.
Two rail companies have applied to ORR for exemption from the law which requires the provision of automatic train protection (ATP). The application relates to specific Chiltern Railways trains operating on Chiltern routes, south of Aynho Junction.
We are making changes to the model track access contract to reflect new arrangements concerning access arrangements for the Core Valleys Lines (CVL). These are particularly relevant for those who wish to operate freight trains between the CVL and Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd’s (Network Rail’s) network.
A summary of our draft conclusions on the final Five Year Asset Management Statement (5YAMS) that was submitted to us on 31 May 2019. It is the culmination of the first phase of our examination and draws from detailed analysis that is explained in a number of supplementary documents published alongside it. Together these form the draft determination.
Date published: 30 September 2016Closing date: 11 November 2016, 5pmThe purpose of this consultation was to seek views on a proposed new General Approval for freight track access contracts, to replace the Freight Access (Track Access Contracts) General Approval 2012.The new General Approval reflects changes in industry processes and the model freight track access contracts, and modifications to
This consultation is now closed.Review of the general approvals - final conclusionsOur final conclusions following our consultation on reviewing the General Approval (Stations) 2013 and General Approval (Depots) 2013.Review of the General Approval (Stations) 2013 & General Approval (Depots) 2013 – final conclusions27 January 2017General approval for stations (2017)General approval for depots (2017
In May 2016, we published our first major consultation on the 2018 periodic review (PR18). PR18 would determine Network Rail Infrastructure Limited’s (Network Rail’s) outputs and funding in control period 6 (CP6, which will run from 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2024). P
Date published: 10 December 2015 Closing date: 4 March 2016 This consultation looked at the way in which Network Rail charges train operators for use of its network. These charges affect decisions made by operators, Network Rail and funders. This was the first consultation as part of a comprehensive review of Network Rail’s structure of charges for Control Period 6, (CP6) - (2019-2024) and beyond
This consultation has now concluded.Conclusions and next stepsWe consulted on our approach to monitoring Highways England’s delivery of its network investment in summer 2016. The approach detailed in this document takes account of the responses received and sets out how the ORR monitors Highways England’s network investment plans and delivery of those plans, against the requirements of the Road
This consultation is now closed.ConclusionsOur conclusion to the consultation and the final guidance document were published on Wednesday 21 December 2016. Consultation responses were received from four stakeholders, and we have responded to all points raised. These include:The inclusion of flow-charts for ease of useThe extension of time-limits to 10 working daysVarious points on the scope of
This consultation is now closed.Publication of updated guidanceOn 30 January 2017, having considered responses to our consultation, we published the final version of our approach to monitoring and reviewing markets.ORR response to consultationAngel Trains Ltd response to consultationRail Delivery Group response to consultationORR’s guidance on approach to monitoring and reviewing marketsThe key
Date published: 2 September 2015 Closing date: 27 October 2015 We invited comments on an exemption application we received from Network Rail Infrastructure Limited in association with Crossrail Limited and MTR Corporation (Crossrail) Limited concerning the train protection arrangements for the running of Class 345 Crossrail passenger trains between Paddington and Heathrow Tunnel Junction. The
This consultation is now closed. Outcome Our comments have been developed in line with the principles set out in the co-operation agreement between ORR and ARAFER and with regard to the requirements of the Recast Directive (2012/34 EU). Eurotunnel Network Statement 2017 19 February 2016 Consultation Date published: 24 July 2015 Closing date: 18 September 2015 On 16 June 2015 Directive 2012/34/EU[1
This consultation is now closed.Consultation conclusionsThis document sets out our decision in relation to Heathrow Airport Limited’s ability to levy a charge to recover the historical costs of constructing the Heathrow Spur itself, and establishes a charging framework for the Spur.We have decided that HAL is not permitted to introduce all of its proposed new charges for train operators, such as
On 6 November 2015 we consulted on proposed changes to Schedule 5 and the associated Rights Table in the model freight track access contract. This also included consequential changes to Schedule 4. These changes are to reflect the move away from freight access rights having "Levels" and towards having origin and destination timing windows for services. We also proposed to simplify the Rights Table
This consultation is now closed.Publication of updated guidanceOn 31 March 2016, having considered responses to our consultation, we published the final version of our approach to the enforcement of the Competition Act 1998 in relation to the supply of services relating to railways.ORR response to consultationNetwork Rail’s response to consultationTransport for London’s response to consultationORR
The purpose of this letter was to invite interested parties to submit evidence that may support ORR’s enquiries into the issues raised in the super-complaint made by Which? regarding rail passenger compensation.