We have received licence holder consent for the new licence condition on delay compensation. We have therefore published notification of this licence change, which will come into force on the 1 April 2022.
We carried out a market study into automatic ticket gates (ATGs) and ticket vending machines (TVMs) to review how the markets are working and to ensure the market conditions facilitate competition and innovation.
We sought views on our proposed revision of ORR guidance on application of the Railway Safety Regulations 1999 (RSR 99) to Mark 1 type and hinged door rolling stock when operated on railway infrastructure where line speed exceeds 40kph.
Consultation on options for how we regulate obligations relating to Disabled People’s Protections Policies (DPPPs) and Complaints Handling Procedures (CHPs) for station licence holders and charter operators.
Date published: 1 December 2017Closing date: 8 January 2018Consultation outcomeConsent to obtain recovery of costs incurred in operation of the Heathrow Rail Infrastructure - Decision letter Published 21 May 2018Responses to this consultation Published 16 July 2018ConsultationHeathrow Airport Limited has applied for ORR’s approval to levy a mark-up in order to obtain recovery of costs incurred in
The final guidance summarises the provisions of The Railways Infrastructure (Access Management and Licensing of Railway Undertakings) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016 (the NI Regulations) and explains the rights and responsibilities of service providers and railway undertakings with regards to access and charging. It also sets out ORR’s interpretation of key provisions, and the process for
ORR’s conclusions on changes to its economic enforcement policy and penalties statement to reflect The Railways (Access, Management & Licensing of Railway Undertakings) Regulations 2016. Outcome of the December consultation Changes to our enforcement policy were required to reflect The Railways (Access, Management and Licensing of Railway Undertakings) Regulations 2016 (the A&M Regulations). The A
This page provides details of our work and publications on developing the framework for Network Rail’s national system operator (NSO) in control period 6 (CP6) as part of the 2018 periodic review (PR18).
Conclusions On 9 April 2018, we published our conclusions to our September 2017 consultation and we also updated the original consultation letter so that it is now a regulatory statement. September 2017 consultation Date published: 21 September 2017 Closing date: 20 October 2017 The purpose of this consultation was to seek views on how ORR proposed to take into account the future operation of HS2
As part of the 2018 periodic review (PR18), Network Rail will produce strategic business plans (SBPs) which will form the main source of evidence that we will use to determine Network Rail’s funding and outputs for CP6.
Draft design for our approach to regulating Network Rail in CP6This document sets out our approach to regulating Network Rail in control period 6 (CP6, which will run from 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2024, as we have consulted on it in the draft determination. Its purpose is a tool to express our proposed framework for regulating Network Rail in a succinct way.Draft design for our approach to
Consultation outcomeOur conclusions letter sets out a high-level summary of the changes from the previous General Approval (GA), the consultation questions asked, a summary of the responses received, our comments, and any actions that we have taken or will take in response.Conclusions letter Published 19 February 2018General Approval for freight facility access agreements 2018 Published 19
Consultation outcome Following this consultation we have published our policy statement relating to a progressive approach to infrastructure authorisation. Approach to authorisations under the Railways (Interoperability) Regulations 2011 22 September 2017 This revised approach will, in some cases, enable applicants to propose grouping together what would currently be separate authorisation
With this consultation we sought views on a draft document ‘Goal-setting principles for railway safety’ which sets out our high-level expectations for new or altered works, railway vehicles, plant and equipment.