The Technical Regulation of the Customs Union TR CU 002/2011 On safety of high-speed trains contains mandatory safety requirements for newly developed (or modernized) high speed trains and their components in the EAEU. The regulation applies to vehicles operated on public and non-public rails that may reach a top speed of 200 km/h with a spur width of 1520 mm, as well as corresponding infrastructure.
It aims to ensure the uniform application and enforcement of the requirements for high-speed trains, their components and infrastructure in the Customs Union. It also ensures the free movement of goods.
Adopted on July 15, 2011
Came into force on August 2, 2014
Conformity assessment process
The conformity assessment with the requirements of the technical regulation TR CU 002/2011 On safety of high-speed trains is mandatory and occurs in the following forms:
The products that have been confirmed to conform with the requirements of TR CU 002/2011 are marked with the EAC sign of the customs union. Placing a product on the market without corresponding marking can be punished with a fine or confiscation.
Period of validity of the EAC certificate
An EAC declaration is valid for up to 5 years, a declaration is valid for up to 2 years.