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Depending on the status under Austrian Railway Act and the reason for use, our experts define and check vehicle parameters and safety standards of vehicles relevant for access to the rail network of ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG in various procedures.
We support you with the necessary registration of rail vehicles before they are used.
We support you in obtaining the necessary authorisation for (train) movements in accordance with § 36 (4) or § 110 (7) EisbG – rail vehicles without the requirement of a railway licence such as transfer, measurement and test runnings.
Too high, too wide, too long, too heavy ... Here you can get information for transport of your exceptional consignments or for vehicles that are not licensed for transport.
We support railway undertakings with the Route Compatibility Check (RCC) according to TSI OPE.
This section contains all of ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG's vehicle technology-related regulations.
Enter the 12-digit vehicle number to check whether a vehicle has been verified as technically compatible with our network, and view the conditions under which it can be used.
If you know only the first 11 digits of the vehicle number and need the check digit, you can use this tool to calculate or verify the check digit in order to obtain the full 12-digit European Vehicle Number (EVN).
This section contains all the information you need to obtain a correction digit for your CT freight wagon in accordance with IRS 50596-6 and valid on the ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG network.
Siding companies that connect to the ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG network and use parts of ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG for shunting with their own vehicles and personnel, require authorisation to do so. We can help you with this. The information you need is provided here.
A qualified team of vehicle specialists is on hand to respond to your queries and requests.
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Austrian Federal Ministry
Austrian National Vehicle Register
Technical Specifications for Interoperability