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The Rail Vehicle Accessibility (Non-Interoperable Rail System) Regulations 2010

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Regulation 4

SCHEDULE 3REFURBISHMENT WORK SUBJECT TO PART 1 OF SCHEDULE 1

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(1) No.(2) Descriptions of refurbishment work(3) Paragraphs of Part 1 of Schedule 1 which must be complied with

Boarding devices

1

A wheelchair space is fitted or a new boarding device is provided for use with a rail vehicle

1, excluding 1(4) (a) or 1 (5) (b) if the width of the doorway is less than 850 millimetres

Catering

2

Installation of catering facilities

2

Doors

3

The exterior of a rail vehicle, whether in whole or in part, is repainted including for the purposes of advertising but other than to effect a repair

3(1), subject to 3(2)
4

A vinyl, decal or similar is applied to any part of the exterior of a rail vehicle, including for the purposes of advertising but other than to effect a repair

3(1), subject to 3(2)
5

An audible warning device for a passenger doorway in the side of a rail vehicle is replaced or modified

3(3) and (5), subject to 3(4) and (6)

Door controls (power operated)

6

A power operated passenger door, or a control device for a power operated passenger door, is replaced or modified

4
7

Only the passenger used part of a control device for a power operated passenger door is replaced or modified, (other than a device to which paragraph 4(3) of Schedule 1 Part 1 applies)

4(1) (b) to (e) and (5) and where relevant 4(2), subject to 4(6)
8

A part of the exterior of a rail vehicle at or near a passenger door control device, or the whole of the exterior of a rail vehicle, is repainted including for the purposes of advertising but other than to effect a repair

4(1)(d)
9

A vinyl, decal or similar is applied to the whole of the exterior of a rail vehicle, or to a part of the exterior of a rail vehicle at or near a passenger door control device, including for the purposes of advertising but other than to effect a repair

4(1)(d)

Door handles

10

A door handle for the use of passengers, or a door operated by such a handle, is replaced or modified

5

Doorways (exterior) and through routes (wheelchair-compatible)

11

The entire passenger area of a rail vehicle is replaced or modified and includes a wheelchair space

6, excluding 6(2)
12

A wheelchair space is fitted

6, excluding 6(2) and 6(5)(b)
13

A sign on the exterior of a rail vehicle, which indicates a wheelchair-compatible doorway, is replaced

6(3), subject to 6(4)

Doorways (interior) (wheelchair-compatible)

14

Improvement works to a rail vehicle, which comprise or include the provision of a wheelchair space (excluding any works to a passenger doorway at the end of a rail vehicle), are carried out

7(1)
15

Improvement works to two rail vehicles which adjoin each other, where the works comprise or include the provision of wheelchair access between the vehicles, are carried out

7

Floors

16

The floor covering throughout a rail vehicle is replaced

8
17

The floor coverings in all vestibules adjoining passenger doorways in the side of a rail vehicle are replaced, or all the floor coverings in the passenger saloons are replaced

8, to the extent relevant to the floor coverings being replaced

18

The floor covering across the width of the passenger doorway in the side of a rail vehicle is replaced

8, to the extent relevant to the floor covering being replaced

Handholds

19

A new passenger seat is fitted

9
20

A handhold on a passenger seat is replaced

9
21

The surface of a handhold on a passenger seat is replaced or modified

9(1)(a) and (b)

Handrails

22

A handrail is fitted otherwise than at the doorway in the side of a rail vehicle

10(1)(b) (if a tramcar, subject to 10(3)), and 10(4)
23

A handrail is fitted above the inside of a doorway in the side of a narrow width vehicle

10(4) - (6)
24

A handrail is fitted at the doorway in the side of a rail vehicle, (otherwise than where item 23 applies)

10(1)(a), subject to 10 (2), and (4)
25

A handrail is replaced

10(4) – (6)
26

The surface of an existing handrail is replaced or modified

10(4)(c) and (d)

Passenger information

27An internal or external public address system is replaced or modified, in whole or in part, or a new internal or external system is installed, (excluding updating of electronic message libraries)

11, to the extent relevant to the rail vehicle and the public address system, or part, which is being replaced, modified or installed

Request-stop controls

28

A request-stop control is fitted

12
29

A request-stop control is replaced or modified

12(4) and (5)

Seats

30

More than 50% of the seats are replaced

13
31

A priority seat is provided

13(2) – (7)

Steps

32

The tread on a step at a passenger doorway in the side of a rail vehicle is replaced

14(1)(a) and (b)
33

All the steps at all the passenger doorways in the side of a rail vehicle are replaced or modified

14(1), (2) and (5)

Toilets

34

A toilet cubicle is replaced, refitted or modified, or a new toilet cubicle is provided

15
35

A fitting or equipment in a toilet cubicle provided for the use of passengers, other than a door control device, is replaced or modified

15, to the extent relevant to the fitting or equipment being replaced or modified

Toilets (wheelchair-compatible)

36

A toilet cubicle which is accessible to wheelchair users is replaced, refitted or modified, or a new wheelchair-compatible toilet is provided

16(1), excluding 16 (1)(h)
37

An emergency alarm is fitted within a wheelchair-compatible toilet, or other emergency alarms or electrical systems within a rail vehicle are replaced or modified

16(1)(h) and (2)
38

A fitting or equipment described in paragraph 16(1) or (2) of Schedule 1 provided in a wheelchair-compatible toilet is replaced or modified

16(1) and (2), to the extent relevant to the fitting or equipment being replaced or modified

39

The entire passenger area of a rail vehicle is replaced or modified and includes a wheelchair-compatible toilet

16(3) and (4)

Transparent surfaces (interior)

40

A transparent surface to which paragraph 17 of Schedule 1 applies is replaced

17
41

An internal door which incorporates a transparent surface to which paragraph 17 of Schedule 1 applies is fitted

17

Wheelchair spaces (numbers required)

42

All passenger seating in a rail vehicle, which does not form part of a train, is replaced

18(1) or (2) as applicable

43

All passenger seating in a rail vehicle, which forms part of a train, is replaced

18(3) and (4)

Wheelchair spaces (obstructions)

44

A wheelchair space, wheelchair-compatible doorway, or wheelchair-compatible toilet is fitted

19

Wheelchair spaces (specifications)

45A wheelchair space is provided, replaced or modified

20, excluding 20(5) and (6)

46

An emergency alarm is fitted within a wheelchair space, or other emergency alarms or electrical systems within a rail vehicle are replaced or modified

20(5) and (6)

Wheelchair spaces (tables and trays)

47

Tables or trays for the use of passengers (whether fixed, adjustable or folding) are fitted, replaced or modified

21

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