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6. Charges

6.1 Charging principles

Cf. Allocation Regulations Ch. 4, Annex 1.3.

Access charges shall be set at the marginal cost.

Initially the price shall reflect the socio-economic short-term marginal cost, but it is adjusted relative to how the diesel tax reflects the corresponding costs of road traffic.

The amount to be invoiced is arrived at by multiplying the price by a factor that reflects the individual train’s weight and/or mileage.

There are exceptions to the above, as follows:

Regarding the Gardermobanen Line (stretch Etterstad-Gardermoen), the Storting has decided that the price on average shall cover all costs regarding operation and maintenance of the infrastructure of the line.

No scarcity charge (cf. dir 2001/14/EC art 7.4) is calculated for allocating infrastructure on lines with little available capacity in this period.

Any environmental charges (cf. dir 2001/14/EC art 7.5) are currently included in the minimum access packet charge. Jernbaneverket does not require any extra environmental charge for any stretch of track during this period.

Other environmental charges may be included (camouflaged) in prices for fuel, etc.

No discounts (cf. dir 2001/14/EC art 9) are available on charges during this period.

It is not implemented any compensation schemes (cf dir 2001/14/EC art 10) Cf. Network Statement Ch. 6.4

No reservation charges (cf. dir 2001/14/EC art 12)(cancellation fee for allocated but not used infrastructure capacity) are required during this period.

Jernbaneverket provides other services which are not covered by the minimum access package charge.

6.1.1. Minimum access Package

Cf. Allocation Regulations § 4-1 and Annex 1 section 2, Annex 1.3.

The minimum access package is priced according to marginal costs, cf. above.

The minimum access package includes traffic control. In this context, traffic control is also considered to cover communication between trains (locomotive drivers) and the traffic control centre/traffic controllers at stations (on non-remotely-controlled lines), using GSM-R phones. (Other uses of GSM-R phones are prices as additional services, cf Ch.s 6.1.4 and 6.3.4.)

Any costs linked to (manning of) traffic control at stations on lines without line block (non-remotely-controlled lines, cf Network Statement, Ch. 3.2.3) in conjunction with operating ordinary trains as well as extra trains, are also covered by the minimum access package. The RUs shall not be billed for this service.

6.1.2. Track access to Facilities referred to in art 5.3

Access to systems specified in Network Statement Ch. 5.3 is priced according to marginal costs as is the case of the “minimum package”.

6.1.3 Services referred to in art 5.3

Cf. Allocation Regulations § 4-2 and Annex I, section 2, Annex 1.3.

Jernbaneverket sets prices for the use of priority services (Section 5.3 of subtopics) and priced to full cost. For further information on the principles of price determination mm see Appendix 2.3.2 Section 13.3.

6.1.4 Additional Services

Cf. Allocation Regulations § 4-3 and Annex I, section 3 - Annex 1.3.

Jernbaneverket sets prices for the use of additional services. To the extent that these services are only offered by Jernbaneverket, these services can maximum be priced at full cost. For further information on the principles of pricing, see Appendix 2.3.2 Section 13.4.

6.1.5 Ancillary Services

Cf. Allocation Regulations § 4-3 and Annex I, section 4 - Annex 1.3.

Jernbaneverket sets prices for the use of ancillary services. To the extent that these services are only offered by Jernbaneverket, these services can maximum be priced at full cost. For further information on the principles of pricing, see Appendix 2.3.2 Section 13.4.

6.2 Charging System

Cf. Allocation Regulations Ch. 4 - Annex 1.3. There is only one price for the ”minimum access package”.

Exception: The Gardermobanen Line (The stretch Etterstad-Gardermoen), where the price for the use of Gardermoen Line is in addition to the price of the “minimum package”.

Formula for the calculation of the Amount to be billed for Freight Transport.

The amount to be invoiced = price x produced gross ton km.

The number of gross-ton km is calculated independently of the type of train and/or wagon.

Formula for the calculation of the Charge for the use of the Gardermoen Line.

The Gardermobanen Line is the line from Etterstad to Gardermoen.

Charge = price x ordered train-kilometres

The number of train-kilometres is calculated on the basis of the number of kilometres that the train has covered regardless of the train’s length, the number of wagons, etc.

Ordered train-kilometres are calculated on the basis of allocated infrastructure capacity during the different timetable changes. The price is decided by the Norwegian Parliament during the annual budget.

The charge for use of the Gardermobanen Railway Line is in addition to the minimum access packet charge and applies to all trains on this line.

Basis for calculation when Freight Wagons for combined Transport and ordinary Wagonload are included within the same Train

When freight wagons for combined transport and ordinary wagonload are included within the same train, the gross weight of the locomotive shall be included in the basis for calculation with the same percentage as the ratio between the gross weights of the two different types of freight.

Example: The gross weight of the train (excl. the locomotive) is 1000 tons, of which the gross weight of the combined transport with appurtenant wagons constitutes 60 %, and the gross weight of the wagons for wagonload constitutes 40 %. In this case, 40 % of the weight of the locomotive shall be included when calculating the number of gross-ton km.

6.3 Tariffs

All tariffs pertaining to the use of the infrastructure is set in connection with the State Budget in October each year, i.e. 2-3 months before the new tariffs are valid. All tariffs are without VAT. From 01.01.2005 Jernbaneverket invoice with VAT.

6.3.1 Minimum Access Package

Tariffs for Freight Transport for up to 25.0 ton axle load

Standard Tariff for Freight Transport (“Wagon loads”) (per gross ton km)

Year Tariff in NOK
1999 NOK 0,00978
2000 NOK 0,01
2001 NOK 0,01029
2002 NOK 0,01059
2003 NOK 0,01100
2004 NOK 0,01400
2005 NOK 0,0118 excl. VAT
2006 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2007 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2008 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2009 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2010 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2011 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2012 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2013 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2014 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2015 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2016 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT

Tariff for Combined Freight Transports – i.e. Use of Containers and Swap Bodies (per train-kilometre)

Year Tariff in NOK
1999 NOK 0,0
2000 NOK 0,0
2001 NOK 0,0
2002 NOK 0,0
2003 NOK 0,0
2004 NOK 0,0
2005 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2006 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2007 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2008 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2009 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2010 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2011 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2012 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2013 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2014 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2015 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2016 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT

Tariff for Freight Transport with permitted Axle Load above 25.0 tons

Year Tariff in NOK
1999 NOK 0,01528
2000 NOK 0,0156
2001 NOK 0,01605
2002 NOK 0,01653
2003 NOK 0,01717
2004 NOK 0,01779
2005 NOK 0,0184 excl. VAT
2006 NOK 0,0190 excl. VAT
2007 NOK 0,0197 excl. VAT
2008 NOK 0,0205 excl. VAT
2009 NOK 0,0226 excl. VAT
2010 NOK 0,0226 excl. VAT
2011 NOK 0,0273 excl. VAT
2012 NOK 0,0284 excl. VAT
2013 NOK 0,0313 excl. VAT
2014 NOK 0,0325 excl. VAT
2015 NOK 0,0379 excl. VAT
2016 NOK 0,045 excl. VAT

Tariff for Passenger Transport (per Train-kilometer)

Year Tariff in NOK
1999 NOK 0,0
2000 NOK 0,0
2001 NOK 0,0
2002 NOK 0,0
2003 NOK 0,0
2004 NOK 0,0
2005 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2006 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2007 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2008 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2009 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2010 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2011 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2012 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2013 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2014 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2015 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT
2016 NOK 0,0 excl. VAT

Charge for the Use of specially Constructed Infrastructure Special Tariff for All Train Transport on the Gardermoen Line (between Etterstad and Gardermoen)

The tariff for the use of the Gardermoen Line shall cover all Jernbaneverket's costs connected to the operation and maintenance of this stretch.

Invoicing the use of the Gardermoen Line is based on planned train operations, i.e. the amount of train kilometres that the Railway Undertakings are offered during the Capacity Allocation process.

Year Tariff in NOK
2002 NOK 15,90
2003 NOK 16,30
2004 NOK 20,85
2005 NOK 13,90 excl. VAT
2006 NOK 14,30 excl. VAT
2007 NOK 14,80 excl. VAT
2008 NOK 14,80 excl. VAT
2009 NOK 13,30 excl. VAT
2010 NOK 13,60 excl. VAT
2011 NOK 13,90 excl. VAT
2012 NOK 16,90 excl. VAT
2013 NOK 17,50 excl. VAT
2014 NOK 19,60 excl. VAT
2015 NOK 20,90 excl. VAT
2016 NOK 21,80 excl. VAT

Special Tariff for prioritised Station Services on the Gardermoen Line (per Train movement)

The tariffs in this chapter apply only to passenger trains.

Oslo S Airport Express Train Terminal

Year Tariff in NOK
2005 NOK 90,00 excl. VAT
2006 NOK 92,90 excl. VAT
2007 NOK 95,90 excl. VAT
2008 NOK 98,49 excl. VAT
2009 NOK 88,60 excl. VAT
2010 NOK 90,40 excl. VAT
2011 NOK 92,20 excl. VAT
2012 NOK 112,00 excl. VAT
2013 NOK 116,10 excl. VAT
2014 NOK 130,00 excl. VAT
2015 NOK 138,70 excl. VAT
2016 NOK 144,90 excl. VAT

Lillestrøm Station

Year Tariff in NOK
2005 NOK 15,00 excl. VAT
2006 NOK 15,50 excl. VAT
2007 NOK 16,00 excl. VAT
2008 NOK 16,43 excl. VAT
2009 NOK 14,80 excl. VAT
2010 NOK 15,10 excl. VAT
2011 NOK 15,40 excl. VAT
2012 NOK 18,80 excl. VAT
2013 NOK 19,50 excl. VAT
2014 NOK 21,90 excl. VAT
2015 NOK 23,40 excl. VAT
2016 NOK 24,50 excl. VAT

Gardermoen Station

Year Tariff in NOK
2005 NOK 60,00 excl. VAT
2006 NOK 61,90 excl. VAT
2007 NOK 63,90 excl. VAT
2008 NOK 65,63 excl. VAT
2009 NOK 59,10 excl. VAT
2010 NOK 60,30 excl. VAT
2011 NOK 61,50 excl. VAT
2012 NOK 74,80 excl. VAT
2013 NOK 77,50 excl. VAT
2014 NOK 86,80 excl. VAT
2015 NOK 92,60 excl. VAT
2016 NOK 96,80 excl. VAT

6.3.2 Track Access to Service Facilities

Track access to service facilities is included in the minimum access package. The prices are the same as for the minimum access package - see section 6.3.1 above.

6.3.3 Supply of Services referred to in 5.3

The services shall be priced as described in Section 6.1.3.

6.3.4 Additional Services

The services shall be priced as described in Section 6.1.4. When services are sought by or offered to several parties, Jernbaneverket will set tariffs and publish these on its website. Examples of such services are:

  1. GSM-R used for purposes other than traffic control
  2. Hire of train preheating facilities
  3. New establishment of train preheating facilities

6.3.5 Ancillary Services

The services shall be priced as described in Section 6.1.5.

6.4 Performance Schemes

Cf. Allocation Regulations § 4-2 - Annex 1.3.

Performance schemes have so far (December 2015) not been implemented on the national railway network.

6.5 Changes of Charges

Cf. Allocation Regulations § 4-1: “The Ministry sets the rates for infrastructure charges and the specific rules for these charges” - Annex 1.3.

The infrastructure charges are normally set in connection with the Government`s presentation of the annual state budgets towards the Parliament. The basis for changes to the charges is mainly founded in the annual price regulation of the State Budget.

To the extent that changes to the dimensioning of the infrastructure charges are likely to occur, this will be subject to a separate parliamentary decision.

6.6 Billing Arrangements

Cf. Allocation Regulations § 4-4, and EU Dir. 2001/14/EC Art. 4 - Annex 1.3. Jernbaneverket bills for all services.

Billing occurs on the 15th every following month.

The RUs are obligated to provide the necessary information for calculating the value of the service. If RUs do not deliver the required information, Jernbaneverket may decide upon the value based on its own judgement.

When the invoice is based on reporting from the railway undertaking, Jernbaneverket may request the basis documentation for the report.

Jernbaneverket can establish more detailed guidelines for billing.

Contact regarding Questions on invoicing:

Jernbaneverket, Trafikk- og markedsdivisjonen P.O. Box 4350 2308 Hamar

Information that all RUs are required to provide

For all trains, the train’s gross weight shall be reported regularly. A filled out train consist, (cf. TJN Ch. 4 and ADR/RID 2015 - Annex 1.3) is regarded as satisfactory reporting.

The train consist shall be submitted in electronic format.

Terms and Conditions (including Non-payment)

Payment shall be made within 30 days. An interest on arrears is charged for overdue payments.

Cf. Act relating to Interest on Overdue Payments - Annex 1.3

In response to non-payment, Jernbaneverket, after a written notice, may withdraw the allocated train path. Such withdrawal of train path can only happen by major payment default.

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