Major Projects on ASEAN Logistics Development

Major Projects on ASEAN Logistics Development

Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism JAPAN Excerpt from Informal document No.WP.29-161-17 and WP.29-162-12/Rev.1 transmitted by the representative of Japan as Chairman of IWVTA Sub-group UN R0 Progress Towards an International Whole Vehicle Type Approval Scheme Sub-group UN R0 of IWVTA Informal Group 1 Contents Excerpt from Informal document No.WP.29-161-17 and WP.29-162-12/Rev.1 transmitted by the representative of Japan as Chairman of IWVTA Sub-group UN R0 1. TOR of IWVTA Informal Group 2. Overview of IWVTA 1. UN Regulation No. 0 (UN R0) 2. Objective of IWVTA - Who benefits from IWVTA? 3. Delivering the Vision and Visualising our Approach 4. What IWVTA comprises 3. Issues for WP.29 to note 1. Working Assumptions 2. Contents of draft UNR0 and its Technical Requirements 3. Items for Further Discussion 4. Future evolution of UN R0 Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism JAPAN 1. TOR of IWVTA Informal Group Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism JAPAN

The World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicles Regulations (WP.29), at its March 2010 session, decided to set up an informal group to establish an inventory of items to be addressed in a review of the 1958 Agreement and roadmap for future actions to be undertaken relating to i) the quality assurance of type approval, ii) its functional improvement, and iii) establishment of IWVTA. The roadmap for the revision of the 1958 Agreement and introduction of IWVTA proposed by IWVTA Informal Group were approved by WP.29 at its 155th session in November, 2011. 1. TOR of IWVTA Informal Group Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism JAPAN According to this roadmap, IWVTA Informal Group is to submit candidate items for technical regulations applicable to IWVTA and guideline for GRs to review technical regulations applicable to IWVTA to WP.29 at its 156 session for consideration. The target completion date for the work of the informal group shall be the 168th session of WP.29 in March 2016 as indicated in terms of reference (informal document No.WP.29-150-25) and as reflected in the roadmap (Annex 2 of informal document No.WP.29-155-27) 4 2. Overview of IWVTA Excerpt from Informal document No.WP.29-161-17 and WP.29-162-12/Rev.1 transmitted by the representative of Japan as Chairman of IWVTA Sub-group UN R0 1. TOR of IWVTA Informal Group 2. Overview of IWVTA 1. UN Regulation No. 0 (UN R0)

2. Objective of IWVTA - Who benefits from IWVTA? 3. Delivering the Vision and Visualising our Approach 4. What IWVTA comprises 3. Issues for WP.29 to note 1. Working Assumptions 2. Contents of draft UNR0 and its Technical Requirements 3. Items for Further Discussion 4. Future evolution of UN R0 Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism JAPAN Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism JAPAN 2. Overview of IWVTA Excerpt from Informal document No.WP.29-161-17 and WP.29-162-12/Rev.1 transmitted by the representative of Japan as Chairman of IWVTA Sub-group UN R0 2.1 UN Regulation No. 0 (UN R0) UN R0 seeks to establish an internationally recognised whole vehicle type approval (IWVTA) scheme within the framework of the revised 1958 Agreement. Current System Mutual recognition of approval of vehicle systems and parts Vehicle type approval required to be obtained from each country Vision for IWVTA Mutual recognition of approval at the whole vehicle level Vehicle type approval not required to be obtained from

each country 2. Overview of IWVTA Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism JAPAN Excerpt from Informal document No.WP.29-161-17 and WP.29-162-12/Rev.1 transmitted by the representative of Japan as Chairman of IWVTA Sub-group UN R0 2.2 Objective of IWVTA The principal objective of IWVTA is expanding the mutual recognition of vehicle systems and components to whole vehicles by: Achieving wider acceptance of the vehicle/component type approvals pursuant to the UN Regulations; Increasing the transparency of vehicle type approval procedures in the Contracting Parties applying the IWVTA regulation; Simplifying procedures and minimizing administrative burdens in obtaining national/regional vehicle type approvals; and Providing a flexible approach to help Contracting Parties developing their national new-vehicle approval requirements. 2. Overview of IWVTA Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism JAPAN Excerpt from Informal document No.WP.29-161-17 and WP.29-162-12/Rev.1 transmitted by the representative of Japan as Chairman of IWVTA Sub-group UN R0 2.3 Who benefits from IWVTA? Realising the IWVTA objective is beneficial for: Governments - in delivering transparent, robust and reliable processes for vehicle type approval. Industry - by having access to quicker and more cost efficient type approval; and the potential for easier access to markets applying IWVTA. Consumers - who benefit from vehicles meeting uniform and consistent requirements at lower prices.

2. Overview of IWVTA Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism JAPAN Excerpt from Informal document No.WP.29-161-17 and WP.29-162-12/Rev.1 transmitted by the representative of Japan as Chairman of IWVTA Sub-group UN R0 2.4 Delivering the Vision We recognise the IWVTA vision cannot be achieved from the very beginning due to: the different number of UN Regulations currently applied by Contracting Parties, and the different requirements at whole vehicle level operated nationally/regionally. And so; in the first version of UN R0 the number of key provisions will not be sufficient to certify a whole vehicle partial IWVTA. at a future point this partial IWVTA should develop into a complete whole vehicle type approval. we are not proposing a timescale for delivering this overall vision. Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism JAPAN 2. Overview of IWVTA Excerpt from Informal document No.WP.29-161-17 and WP.29-162-12/Rev.1 transmitted by the representative of Japan as Chairman of IWVTA Sub-group UN R0 2.5 What IWVTA comprises IWVTA has 2 different approaches. Universal IWVTA (U-IWVTA) Type approval pursuant to the highest level of stringency of

the latest version of the UN Regulations listed in UNR0. IWVTA of limited recognition UN-R A.nn UN-R B.nn UN-R A.nn UN-R C.nn UN-R B.nn-1 UN-R C.nn UN-R D.nn-2 UN-R E.nn UN-R F.nn Universal IWVTA IWVTA of limited Recognition (L-IWVTA) Type approval to a lower level of stringency (for some Regulations earlier versions than those specified for U-IWVTA and/or no type approvals) UN-R D.nn UN-R E.nn UN-R F.nn

. Issues for WP.29 to note Excerpt from Informal document No.WP.29-161-17 and WP.29-162-12/Rev.1 transmitted by the representative of Japan as Chairman of IWVTA Sub-group UN R0 1. TOR of IWVTA Informal Group 2. Overview of IWVTA 1. UN Regulation No. 0 (UN R0) 2. Objective of IWVTA - Who benefits from IWVTA? 3. Delivering the Vision and Visualising our Approach 4. What IWVTA comprises 3. Issues for WP.29 to note 1. Working Assumptions 2. Contents of draft UNR0 and its Technical Requirements 3. Items for Further Discussion 4. Future evolution of UN R0 Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism JAPAN . Issues for WP.29 to note Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism JAPAN Excerpt from Informal document No.WP.29-161-17 and WP.29-162-12/Rev.1 transmitted by the representative of Japan as Chairman of IWVTA Sub-group UN R0 3.1 Working Assumptions The informal group has working assumptions for developing the UNR0; 1. Obligation of Contracting Parties (CPs) applying UN R0 shall accept U-IWVTA even where they do not apply all the UN Regulations included. shall accept, for the purpose of issuing an IWVTA, type approvals correctly issued by other CPs (according to the UN Regulations listed in Annex 4, Section 1), including instances where they do not apply those UN Regulations.

Shall notify the UN secretariat those UN Regulations where they accept a lower level and/or no approval as part of an IWVTA of limited recognition. . Issues for WP.29 to note Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism JAPAN Excerpt from Informal document No.WP.29-161-17 and WP.29-162-12/Rev.1 transmitted by the representative of Japan as Chairman of IWVTA Sub-group UN R0 Working assumptions for UNR0(contd); 2. Right of CPs. CPs applying UNR0 will be permitted to issue U-IWVTA and/or IWVTA of limited recognition provided that they have technical competence Having regard to Article 2 of the 1958 Agreement technical competence means that a Contracting Party has the capability to verify the compliance of a whole vehicle type with UN Regulation No. 0 based on the component type approvals submitted by the manufacturer in the application, and the ability to confirm that the systems and components are installed pursuant to the individual UN Regulations listed in Annex 4 of UN Regulation No. 0. 3. Routine updating of UNR0. Updating UNR0 will be on an annual basis. Series of Amendments will be used to provide adequate (legal) visibility of the requirements of the different updates of UNR0. Developing our thinking on the possibility of a permanent working group to oversee UNR0. . Issues for WP.29 to note Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism JAPAN Excerpt from Informal document No.WP.29-161-17 and WP.29-162-12/Rev.1 transmitted by the representative of Japan as Chairman of IWVTA Sub-group UN R0 3.2 Contents of draft UNR0 and its Technical Requirements Sub-Group UN R0 (SGR0) finished the first review on the draft UN R0 for

the first submission to 162nd WP.29 (March 2014), which is WP.29-162-11. (http://www.unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/trans/doc/2014/wp29/WP29-162-11.pdf) 1. Scope 2. Definitions 3. Application for approval 4. Approval 5. Specifications 6. Tests 7. Modification of vehicle type and extension of approval 8. Conformity of production 9. Penalties for non-conformity of production 10. Production definitely discontinued 11. Names and addresses of Technical Services responsible for conducting approval tests and of Administrative Departments 12. Introductory and transitional provisions 13. Special provisions for Contracting Parties applying this Regulation Annex 1: Communication Document Annex 2: Arrangement of the approval mark Annex 3: Procedures to be followed during IWVTA of vehicles Annex 4: List of requirements for the purpose of IWVTA: List of regulatory acts Annex 5: Information document for the purpose of IWVTA of vehicles Annex 6: IWVTA declaration of conformance (DoC) Annex 7: Definition of the vehicle type . Issues for WP.29 to note Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism JAPAN Excerpt from Informal document No.WP.29-161-17 and WP.29-162-12/Rev.1 transmitted by the representative of Japan as Chairman of IWVTA Sub-group UN R0 Deciding which UN Regulations to include in UN R0 At the 161st WP.29 (November 2013) SGR0 presented two tentative lists: List A contains those UN Regulations SGR0 proposes to include in the first version of UN R0 List B contains UN Regulations that need revision prior to inclusion into List A (and into UN R0).

At the 162nd WP29(March 2014) SGR0 proposed following process: (1) WP29 to invite suggestions/comments from CPs on regulations to be included. (2) Based on these suggestions/comments, SGR0 to review Lists A & B and report back to WP29. (3) WP29 to consider/endorse the lists and to request Working Parties (GRs) to begin revisions to UN Regulations in list B. 15 . Issues for WP.29 to note Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism JAPAN The technical requirements The A list updated from doc.WP29-162-12-rev.1 Numbe r Topic UNRegulation 1 2 Retro reflectors Direction indicators End-outline, stop, side marker, front/rear position (side) Radio interference Door latches + hinges Steering impact Safety belts Seats + head restraints Front fog lamps Interior fittings Reversing lamps External projections Audible warning signals Tyres

Light sources Rear fog lamps Speedometer Safety glazing Integrated child restraints Headlamp cleaners 3 6 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 7 10 11 12 16 17 19 21 23 26 28 30

37 38 39 43 44 45 Numbe r 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 Topic Tyres Rear protective devices Parking lamps Steering efforts Engine power End-outline, stop, side marker, front/rear position (side) Frontal impact

Side impact Headlamps Light sources High voltage Headlamps Tyre wet grip/Noise/RR Cornering lamps Controls and tell tales Headlamps Field of vision Pedestrian protection Light sources UNRegulation 54 58 77 79 85 91 94 95 98 99 100 112 117 119 121 123 125 127 128 16 . Issues for WP.29 to note Ministry of Land, Infrastructure,

Transport and Tourism JAPAN The technical requirements The B list updated from doc.WP29-162-12-rev.1 Number Topic UNRegulation 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Rear registration plate lamps Braking ESC BA Safety-belt anchorages Fuel tanks Indirect vision devices Installation of Lighting equipment Permissible sound level Temporary tires/ TPMS Anti-theft/ immobilizer Advanced CRS Tyre installation WLTP; Emission pollutants, Co2 emissions 4

13H 13H 13H 14 34 46 48 51 64 116 129 - SGR0 considers that the UN Regulations in List B are significantly important for IWVTA and therefore need to be reviewed by GRs if and how they can be included in draft UN R0. 17 . Issues for WP.29 to note Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism JAPAN Excerpt from Informal document No.WP.29-161-17 and WP.29-162-12/Rev.1 transmitted by the representative of Japan as Chairman of IWVTA Sub-group UN R0 3.3 Items for Further Discussion 2014 No 0 Action item IWVTA informal meeting 0-2

Sub-group for the revision of the 1958 Agreement 0-3 Sub-group for UN R0 2 UN R0 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 Note June, 2014:Moscow

September, 2014:Paris How to decide which UN Regulations to include in UN R0 Ask CPs about their positions on UN Regulations of A list and B list 2-2

2 Meeting schedule 0-1 2-1 1 2015 A Possible role of SGR0 A Consider in GRs By June 2015: respective GRs and IWVTA Inf.G will submit the proposal to WP.29 By March 2016: WP29 consider the proposal Solve the remaining issues Transitional provision (common commencement date) A Format of status document (ECE/TRANS/WP.29/343) to manage L-IWVTA information A DoF (Document of fulfillment) or other alternative method

A 2-3 Review and submit the UN R0 second draft to WP.29 A 2-4 Consider the possibility of a permanent working group to oversee UN R0 By June 2015: IWVTA IG will finalize the draft UN R0 for the submission to WP.29 By March 2016: WP29 consider the proposal 4. Future evolution of UN R0 Excerpt from Informal document No.WP.29-161-17 and WP.29-162-12/Rev.1 transmitted by the representative of Japan as Chairman of IWVTA Sub-group UN R0 1. TOR of IWVTA Informal Group 2. Overview of IWVTA 1. UN Regulation No. 0 (UN R0) 2. Objective of IWVTA - Who benefits from IWVTA? 3. Delivering the Vision and Visualising our Approach 4. What IWVTA comprises 3. Issues for WP.29 to note 1. Working Assumptions 2. Contents of draft UNR0 and its Technical Requirements 3. Items for Further Discussion

4. Future evolution of UN R0 Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism JAPAN Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism JAPAN 4. Future evolution of UN R0 Excerpt from Informal document No.WP.29-161-17 and WP.29-162-12/Rev.1 transmitted by the representative of Japan as Chairman of IWVTA Sub-group UN R0 The major objective of IWVTA is the complete mutual recognition of vehicle type approvals - without any additional national requirements or additional approvals. To move forward the followings should be addressed after UN R0 is established at March 2016. - How to increase the number of applicable UN Regulations in Annex 4 - How to reduce national requirements - How to extend the scope to include vehicles other than M1 XXX. 20XX Ultimate goal XXX. 20XX Mar. 2016 Progressive steps Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism JAPAN 4. Future evolution of UN R0 Excerpt from Informal document No.WP.29-161-17 and WP.29-162-12/Rev.1 transmitted by the representative of Japan as Chairman of IWVTA Sub-group UN R0 The IWVTA Vision IWVTA sits over a limited subset of component/system UN approvals, as agreed by the CPs adopting IWVTA through R0

partial IWVTA Goal for March 2016 Component/system UN approvals Check f or a complete vehicle against UN approvals and f or COP Remaining National approvals Check f or a complete vehicle against National approvals and f or COP National WVTA Increased scope of IWVTA, more UN approvals brought into R0, reduced need for national requirements partial IWVTA After March 2016 Component/system UN approvals Remaining National approvals Check f or a complete vehicle against UN approvals and for COP Check for a complete vehicle against National approvals and for COP National WVTA IWVTA Component/system UN approvals

Remaining National approvals Check f or a complete vehicle against UN approvals and for COP Check for a complete vehicle against National approvals and for COP Ultimate Goal IWVTA = National approval The latest information on Revision 3 of the UNECE 1958 Agreement can be found in the informal document WP.29-162-10 and official document ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2014/53. Thank you for your kind attention ! Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism

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