Consultation outcome

Channel Tunnel: transposition of railway safety and interoperability directives

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Government response to consultation on the Channel Tunnel (Safety) (Amendment) Order 2013

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This document contains the government’s response to comments received as part of its consultation on the Channel Tunnel (Safety) (Amendment) Order.

Original consultation

Summary

We are currently seeking views on whether to incorporate the provisions of 3 European directives into the Channel Tunnel (Safety) Order.

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Consultation description

We are currently seeking views on whether to transpose the requirements of 3 European directives on railway safety and interoperability so that these provisions are in force for the Channel Tunnel. In recognition of the Tunnel’s cross-border nature these we would like to incorporate the provisions of these railway safety and interoperability directives by making amendments to the Channel Tunnel (Safety) Order 2007.

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Published 15 November 2012
Last updated 13 March 2013 + show all updates
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