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29.3.2007   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 88/16


COMMISSION REGULATION (EC) No 332/2007

of 27 March 2007

on the technical arrangements for the transmission of railway transport statistics

(Text with EEA relevance)

THE COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community,

Having regard to Regulation (EC) No 91/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2002 on rail transport statistics (1), and in particular Article 6(2) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

It is necessary to specify the format in which rail transport data are to be transmitted to the Commission (Eurostat) in sufficient detail to ensure that the data can be processed rapidly and in a cost-effective way.

(2)

The measures provided for in this Regulation are in accordance with the opinion of the Statistical Programme Committee, set up by Decision 89/382/EEC, Euratom (2),

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

The technical format for the transmission of data to the Commission (Eurostat) shall be as set out in the Annex.

Member States shall use this format for the data concerning reference year 2007 and subsequent years.

Article 2

The data and metadata supplied pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 91/2003 shall be transmitted in electronic format to the single entry point for data at the Commission (Eurostat) by any organisation designated by the national authorities. Transmission shall conform to an appropriate interchange standard specified by Eurostat.

Article 3

This Regulation shall enter into force on the 20th day following its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 27 March 2007.

For the Commission

Joaquín ALMUNIA

Member of the Commission


(1)  OJ L 14, 21.1.2003, p. 1. Regulation as amended by Commission Regulation (EC) No 1192/2003 (OJ L 167, 4.7.2003, p. 13).

(2)  OJ L 181, 28.6.1989, p. 47.


ANNEX

TECHNICAL FORMAT FOR DATA TRANSMISSION

1.   DATA STRUCTURE

The individual data records to be sent to Eurostat for each quarter, year or period of five years, comprise 9 datasets, each corresponding to an annex of Regulation (EC) No 91/2003. These datasets thus contain the following data:

annual statistics on goods transport — detailed reporting (Annex A),

annual statistics on goods transport — simplified reporting (Annex B),

annual statistics on passenger transport — detailed reporting (Annex C),

annual statistics on passenger transport — simplified reporting (Annex D),

quarterly statistics on goods and passenger transport (Annex E),

quinquennial regional statistics on goods and passenger transport (Annex F),

quinquennial statistics on traffic flows on the rail network (Annex G),

statistics on accidents (Annex H),

a list of the railway undertakings for which statistics are provided (Annex I).

Annexes B and D set out simplified reporting requirements that may be used by Member States as an alternative to the normal detailed reporting set out in Annexes A and C, for undertakings below the thresholds laid down in Article 4(2) of Regulation (EC) No 91/2003.

2.   LIST OF FIELDS

Pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 91/2003, one dataset has to be provided for each annex in the form of a flat file using the semi-colon ‘;’ as a field separator. Each dataset, except dataset C, must contain data for all mandatory tables required by the annex. For each dataset, the number of fields in each record is fixed. In other words, all fields must be present even if they are empty (two successive field separators indicate an empty field).

The individual fields are described below as follows:

Field number: this identifies the position of the field in the record,

Field name: this either refers to a variable in Regulation (EC) No 91/2003, or to an internal identifier used to identify the record,

Description: short description of the contents of the field,

Coding: in tables A2 and A4 certain fields are to be coded according to Annexes J to K of Regulation (EC) No 91/2003. Additional coding rules are noted here. Further explanations and recommendations on coding are provided by Eurostat in the Guidelines for the implementation of Regulation (EC) No 91/2003,

Field type: indicates whether the field contains a numeric quantity or a text string, all numeric quantities are to be provided as integers,

Maximum length: the maximum expected length of the data for a particular field. Data that are too long cannot be loaded,

Confidentiality flag (FlagC) indicates if the record is considered confidential by the Member State (Council Regulations (EC) No 322/97 (1), Article 13(1) and (Euratom, EEC) No 1588/90 (2), Article 2),

Flag of authorisation for dissemination of confidential data (FlagD) indicates if confidential data provided by the Member States can be disseminated (Council Regulations (EC) No 322/97, Article 13(2) and (Euratom, EEC) No 1588/90, Article 5(4)). Hence, the Commission is legally permitted to change the Member State’s judgment in well-defined cases. This is done by changing FlagD=1 to FlagD=0 when FlagC=1.

Dataset for Annex A: Annual statistics on goods transport — detailed reporting

Field number

Field name

Description

Coding

Field type

Max length

Specific codes for missing values

1

RCount

Reporting country

ISO-3166-alpha2 nomenclature except ‘UK’ for United Kingdom

Text

2

 

2

DsetID

Dataset identifier

A1 to A9

Text

2

 

3

Year

Year of the dataset

4 digits

Text

4

 

4

Period

Reference period

A0

Text

2

 

5

TransID

Type of transport

0

:

total transport

1

:

national transport

2

:

international transport — total

3

:

international transport — outgoing

4

:

international transport — incoming

5

:

transit transport

Text

1

 

6

Goods

Type of goods

annex J of the Regulation

Text

2

 

7

DGoods

Type of dangerous goods

annex K of the Regulation

Text

3

 

8

LDG

Country of loading

ISO-3166-alpha2 nomenclature except ‘UK’ for United Kingdom

Text

2

XX

9

UNL

Country of unloading

ISO-3166-alpha2 nomenclature except ‘UK’ for United Kingdom

Text

2

XX

10

Consgmt

Type of consignment

1

:

full trainloads

2

:

full wagonloads

3

:

other

9

:

unknown

Text

1

 

11

TTU

Type of transport Unit

1

:

containers and swap bodies

2

:

semi-trailers (unaccompanied)

3

:

road vehicles (accompanied)

9

:

unknown

Text

1

 

12

Tonnes

Total goods transport

Tonnes

Numeric

10

 

13

Tkm

Total goods transport in 1 000 tonne-kilometres

1 000 Tonnes-km

Numeric

10

 

14

NbrITU

Number of Intermodal transport unit

Number of ITU

Numeric

8

 

15

TeuITU

Intermodal transport units carried in TEU

TEU

Numeric

8

 

16

TrainKM

Goods train movement in 1 000 km

1 000 Train-km

Numeric

8

 

17

FlagC

Confidentiality flag

1

:

confidential

0

:

not confidential

Text

1

 

18

FlagD

Flag of authorisation for dissemination

1

:

dissemination not authorised

0

:

dissemination authorised

Text

1

 

In the flat file containing the data for Annex A, each record comprises 18 fields. The following table shows in grey the fields that have to be provided for the different tables of Annex A. The white cells correspond to blank fields in the record. An asterisk indicates a key field. The combination of the values of the key fields for a record must constitute a unique key value within the file. If duplicate key values are found, the file will not be loaded correctly.

 

DsetID

Field number

Field name

A1

A2

A3

A4

A5 (3)

A6

A7

A8

A9

1

RCount

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

2

DsetID

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

3

Year

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

4

Period

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

5

TransID

*

 

*

 

 

*

*

*

 

6

Goods

 

*

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

DGoods

 

 

 

*

 

 

 

 

 

8

LDG

 

 

*

 

 

 

 

 

 

9

UNL

 

 

*

 

 

 

 

 

 

10

Consgmt

 

 

 

 

*

 

 

 

 

11

TTU

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12

Tonnes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13

Tkm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14

NbrITU

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15

TeuITU

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

16

TrainKM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

17

FlagC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18

FlagD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dataset for Annex B: Annual statistics on goods transport — simplified reporting

Field number

Field name

Description

Coding

Field type

Max length

Specific codes for missing values

1

RCount

Reporting country

ISO-3166-alpha2 nomenclature except ‘UK’ for United Kingdom

Text

2

 

2

DsetID

Dataset identifier

B1 to B2

Text

2

 

3

Year

Year of the dataset

4 digits

Text

4

 

4

Period

Reference period

A0

Text

2

 

5

TransID

Type of transport

0

:

total transport

1

:

national transport

2

:

international transport — total

3

:

international transport — outgoing

4

:

international transport — incoming

5

:

transit transport

Text

1

 

6

Tonnes

Total goods transport

Tonnes

Numeric

10

 

7

Tkm

Total goods transport in 1 000 tonne-kilometres

1 000 Tonnes-km

Numeric

10

 

8

TrainKm

Goods train movement in 1 000 train-km

1 000 Train-km

Numeric

8

 

9

FlagC

Confidentiality flag

1

:

confidential

0

:

not confidential

Text

1

 

10

FlagD

Flag of authorisation for dissemination

1

:

dissemination not authorised

0

:

dissemination authorised

Text

1

 

In the flat file containing the data for Annex B, each record comprises 10 fields. The following table shows in grey the fields that have to be provided for each of the two tables of Annex B. The white cells correspond to blank fields in the record. An asterisk indicates a key field. The combination of the values of the key fields for a record must constitute a unique key value within the file. If duplicate key values are found, the file will not be loaded correctly.

 

DsetID

Field number

Field name

B1

B2

1

RCount

*

*

2

DsetID

*

*

3

Year

*

*

4

Period

*

*

5

TransID

*

 

6

Tonnes

 

 

7

Tkm

 

 

8

TrainKM

 

 

9

FlagC

 

 

10

FlagD

 

 

Dataset for Annex C: Annual statistics on passenger transport — detailed reporting

Field number

Field name

Description

Coding

Field type

Max length

Specific codes for missing values

1

RCount

Reporting country

ISO-3166-alpha2 nomenclature except ‘UK’ for United Kingdom

Text

2

 

2

DsetID

Dataset identifier

C1 to C5

Text

2

 

3

Year

Year of the dataset

4 digits

Text

4

 

4

Period

Reference period

A0

Text

2

 

5

TransID

Type of transport

1

:

national transport

2

:

international transport — total

3

:

international transport — outgoing

4

:

international transport — incoming

Text

1

 

6

LDG

Country of embarkation

ISO-3166-alpha2 nomenclature except ‘UK’ for United Kingdom

Text

2

XX

7

UNL

Country of disembarkation

ISO-3166-alpha2 nomenclature except ‘UK’ for United Kingdom

Text

2

XX

8

Pass

Total passenger transport

Passengers

Numeric

10

 

9

Passkm

Total passenger transport in 1 000 passenger-kilometres

1 000 pkm

Numeric

10

 

10

TrainKm

Passengers train movements in 1 000 train-km

1 000 Train-km

Numeric

8

 

11

FlagC

Confidentiality flag

1

:

confidential

0

:

not confidential

Text

1

 

12

FlagD

Flag of authorisation for dissemination

1

:

dissemination not authorised

0

:

dissemination authorised

Text

1

 

In the flat file containing the data for Annex C, each record comprises of 12 fields. The following table shows in grey the fields that have to be provided for the different tables of Annex C. The white cells correspond to blank fields in the record. An asterisk indicates a key field. The combination of the values of the key fields for a record must constitute a unique key value within the file. If duplicate key values are found, the file will not be loaded correctly.

Provisional (tables C1 and C2) and final consolidated data (tables C3 and C4) are to be sent at different times following the same structure.

 

DsetID

Field Number

Field name

C1 (4)

C2 (4)

C3 (5)

C4 (5)

C5

1

RCount

*

*

*

*

*

2

DsetID

*

*

*

*

*

3

Year

*

*

*

*

*

4

Period

*

*

*

*

*

5

TransID

* 1 & 2

* 3 & 4

* 1 & 2

* 3 & 4

 

6

LDG

 

*

 

*

 

7

UNL

 

*

 

*

 

8

Pass

 

 

 

 

 

9

Passkm

 

 

 

 

 

10

TrainKM

 

 

 

 

 

11

FlagC

 

 

 

 

 

12

FlagD

 

 

 

 

 

Dataset for Annex D: Annual statistics on passenger transport — simplified reporting

Field number

Field name

Description

Coding

Field type

Max length

Specific codes for missing values

1

RCount

Reporting country

ISO-3166-alpha2 nomenclature except ‘UK’ for United Kingdom

Text

2

 

2

DsetID

Dataset identifier

D1 to D2

Text

2

 

3

Year

Year of the dataset

4 digits

Text

4

 

4

Period

Reference period

A0

Text

2

 

5

Pass

Total passenger transport

Passengers

Numeric

10

 

6

Passkm

Total passenger transport in 1 000 passenger-kilometres

1 000 pkm

Numeric

10

 

7

TrainKm

Passenger train movements in 1 000 train-km

1 000 Train-km

Numeric

8

 

8

FlagC

Confidentiality flag

1

:

confidential

0

:

not confidential

Text

1

 

9

FlagD

Flag of authorisation for dissemination

1

:

dissemination not authorised

0

:

dissemination authorised

Text

1

 

In the flat file containing the data for Annex D, each record comprises of 9 fields. The following table shows in grey the fields that have to be provided for each of the two tables of Annex D. The white cells correspond to blank fields in the record. An asterisk indicates a key field. The combination of the values of the key fields for a record must constitute a unique key value within the file. If duplicate key values are found, the file will not be loaded correctly.

 

DsetID

Field number

Field name

D1

D2

1

RCount

*

*

2

DsetID

*

*

3

Year

*

*

4

Period

*

*

5

Pass

 

 

6

Passkm

 

 

7

TrainKM

 

 

8

FlagC

 

 

9

FlagD

 

 

Dataset for Annex E: Quarterly statistics on goods and passenger transport

Field number

Field name

Description

Coding

Field type

Max length

Specific codes for missing values

1

RCount

Reporting country

ISO-3166-alpha2 nomenclature except ‘UK’ for United Kingdom

Text

2

 

2

DsetID

Dataset identifier

E1 to E2

Text

2

 

3

Year

Year of the dataset

4 digits

Text

4

 

4

Period

Reference period

Q1 to Q4

Text

2

 

5

Tonnes

Total goods transport

Tonnes

Numeric

10

 

6

Tkm

Total goods transport in 1 000 tonne-kilometres

1 000 Tonnes-km

Numeric

10

 

7

Pass

Total passenger transport

Passengers

Numeric

10

 

8

Passkm

Total passenger transport in 1 000 passenger-kilometres

1 000 pkm

Numeric

10

 

9

FlagC

Confidentiality flag

1

:

confidential

0

:

not confidential

Text

1

 

10

FlagD

Flag of authorisation for dissemination

1

:

dissemination not authorised

0

:

dissemination authorised

Text

1

 

In the flat file containing the data for Annex E, each record comprises 10 fields. The following table shows in grey the fields that have to be provided for each of the two tables of Annex E. The white cells correspond to blank fields in the record. An asterisk indicates a key field. The combination of the values of the key fields for a record must constitute a unique key value within the file. If duplicate key values are found, the file will not be loaded correctly.

 

DsetID

Field number

Field name

E1

E2

1

RCount

*

*

2

DsetID

*

*

3

Year

*

*

4

Period

*

*

5

Tonnes

 

 

6

Tkm

 

 

7

Pass

 

 

8

Passkm

 

 

9

FlagC

 

 

10

FlagD

 

 

Dataset for Annex H: Statistics on accidents

Field number

Field name

Description

Coding

Field type

Max length

Specific codes for missing values

1

RCount

Reporting country

ISO-3166-alpha2 nomenclature except ‘UK’ for United Kingdom

Text

2

 

2

DsetID

Dataset identifier

H1 to H4

Text

2

 

3

Year

Year of the dataset

4 digits

Text

4

 

4

Period

Reference period

A0

Text

2

 

5

AccID

Type of accident

1

:

Collisions

2

:

Derailments

3

:

Accidents involving level crossings

4

:

Accidents to persons caused by rolling stock in motion

5

:

Fire in rolling stock

6

:

Others

7

:

Total

9

:

Unknown

Text

1

 

6

PersID

Category of person

1

:

Passengers

2

:

Employees

3

:

Others

4

:

Total

[5: Level-crossing users]

[6:

Unauthorised persons on railway premises]

9

:

Unknown

Text

1

 

7

NbAccSign

Number of significant accidents

Number

Numeric

8

 

8

NbAccInj

Number of serious injury accidents

Number

Numeric

8

 

9

NbAccDGIn

Number of accident involving the transport of dangerous goods

Number

Numeric

8

 

10

NbAccDGRe

Number of accident releasing dangerous goods

Number

Numeric

8

 

11

NbPersK

Number of persons killed

Number

Numeric

8

 

12

NbPersI

Number of persons seriously injured

Number

Numeric

8

 

In the flat file containing the data for Annex H, each record comprises 12 fields. The following table shows in grey the fields that have to be provided for each table of Annex H. The white cells correspond to blank fields in the record. An asterisk indicates a key field. The combination of the values of the key fields for a record must constitute a unique key value within the file. If duplicate key values are found, the file will not be loaded correctly.

The table contains two further categories of persons that may be required in future: ‘5: Level-crossing users’; and: ‘6: Unauthorised persons on railway premises’.

 

DsetID

Field number

Field name

H1

H2

H3

H4

1

RCount

*

*

*

*

2

DsetID

*

*

*

*

3

Year

*

*

*

*

4

Period

*

*

*

*

5

AccID

*

 

*

*

6

PersID

 

 

*

*

7

NbAccSign

 

 

 

 

8

NbAccInj (6)

 

 

 

 

9

NbAccDGIn

 

 

 

 

10

NbAccDGRe

 

 

 

 

11

NbPersK

 

 

 

 

12

NbPersI

 

 

 

 

Dataset for Annex I

Field number

Field name

Description

Coding

Field type

Max length

Specific codes for missing values

1

RCount

Reporting country

ISO-3166-alpha2 nomenclature except ‘UK’ for United Kingdom

Text

2

 

2

DsetID

Dataset identifier

I1

Text

2

 

3

Year

Year of the dataset

4 digits

Text

4

 

4

UCode

Undertaking code (constant over years)

ISO-3166-alpha2 nomenclature except ‘UK’ for the United Kingdom + 3-digit number

Text

5

XX

5

UName

Name of undertaking

 

Text

100

 

6

CountID

Country in which undertaking is based

ISO-3166-alpha2 nomenclature except ‘UK’ for United Kingdom

Text

2

XX

7

IntFret

Freight transport activity: international

1

:

YES

0

:

NO

Text

1

 

8

Natfret

Freight transport activity: national

1

:

YES

0

:

NO

Text

1

 

9

Intpass

passenger transport activity: international

1

:

YES

0

:

NO

Text

1

 

10

Natpass

passenger transport activity: national

1

:

YES

0

:

NO

Text

1

 

11

DsetA

Data included in Annex A

1

:

YES

0

:

NO

Text

1

 

12

DsetB

Data included in Annex B

1

:

YES

0

:

NO

Text

1

 

13

DsetC

Data included in Annex C

1

:

YES

0

:

NO

Text

1

 

14

DsetD

Data included in Annex D

1

:

YES

0

:

NO

Text

1

 

15

DsetE

Data included in Annex E

1

:

YES

0

:

NO

Text

1

 

16

DsetF

Data included in Annex F

1

:

YES

0

:

NO

Text

1

 

17

DsetG

Data included in Annex G

1

:

YES

0

:

NO

Text

1

 

18

DsetH

Data included in Annex H

1

:

YES

0

:

NO

Text

1

 

19

Tonnes

Total freight transport (in tonnes)

Tonnes

Numeric

10

 

20

Tkm

Total freight transport (1 000 tkm)

1 000 Tonne-kilometre

Numeric

10

 

21

Pass

Total passenger transport (in passenger)

Number of passengers

Numeric

10

 

22

Passkm

Total passenger transport (1 000 passenger-km)

1 000 passenger-km

Numeric

10

 

In the flat file containing the data for Annex I, each record comprises of 22 fields. The following table shows all fields in grey because there is only one table in Annex I. Optional fields may be left empty. An asterisk indicates a key field. The combination of the values of the key fields for a record must constitute a unique key value within the file. If duplicate key values are found, the file will not be loaded correctly.

Field number

Field name

DsetID I1

1

RCount

*

2

DsetID

*

3

Year

*

4

UCode

*

5

UName (7)

 

6

CountID

 

7

IntFret

 

8

Natfret

 

9

Intpass

 

10

Natpass

 

11

DsetA

 

12

DsetB

 

13

DsetC

 

14

DsetD

 

15

DsetE

 

16

DsetF

 

17

DsetG

 

18

DsetH

 

19

Tonnes (8)

 

20

Tkm (9)

 

21

Pass (10)

 

22

Passkm (11)

 

3.   MISSING VALUES

For certain fields, Eurostat may recommend the use of specific codes for missing values or other special values (see column ‘specific codes for missing values’).

Additional information is provided in the Guidelines for the implementation of Regulation (EC) No 91/2003.

4.   ALTERNATIVE STANDARD FORMATS

Member States may use other standard formats which support the abovementioned data structures, where these are proposed by Eurostat.

5.   VALIDATION OF DATA BY EUROSTAT

Eurostat will apply some validation checks to the data transmitted by Member States, before the data are loaded into the production database. Where a significant number of records fail these checks, Eurostat will notify the Member State of the records in error and indicate the reasons for non-acceptance. The Member State will be requested to rectify the errors noted and then to re-submit the complete dataset (not just the records that were in error). This procedure is necessary in order to guarantee the correctness of the data within and between different datasets.

6.   NAMING OF DATASET FILE

The following file naming convention must be used:

RAIL_annex_frequency_CC_YYYY_period[_OptionalField].format’ where:

RAIL

For RAIL data

Annex

Dataset identification (i.e. Annex of the Regulation):

A

:

Annual statistics on goods transport — detailed reporting

B

:

Annual statistics on goods transport — simplified reporting

C

:

Annual statistics on passenger transport — detailed reporting

D

:

Annual statistics on passenger transport — simplified reporting

E

:

Quarterly statistics on goods and passenger transport

F

:

Regional statistics on goods and passenger transport

G

:

Statistics on traffic flows on the rail network

H

:

Statistics on accidents

I

:

List of Railway undertakings

Frequency

A for Annual

Q for Quarterly

5 for every five years

CC

Reporting country: use ISO3166-alpha2 except ‘UK’ for United Kingdom

YYYY

Year of reference (e.g. 2004)

Period

‘0000’ for Annual

‘0001’ for the first quarter

‘0002’ for the second quarter

‘0003’ for the third quarter

‘0004’ for the fourth quarter

‘0005’ for quinquennial

[_OptionalField]

Can contain any chain of 1 to 220 characters (only ‘A’ to ‘Z’, ‘0’ to ‘9’ or ‘_’ are allowed). This field is not interpreted by Eurostat tools.

.format

File format: ( e.g. ‘CSV’ for Comma Separated Value, ‘GES’ for GESMES)

One file has to be sent for each annex of the Regulation and period.

Example:

The file ‘RAIL_E_Q_FR_2004_0002.csv’ is the data file that contains the data from France for Annex E of the Regulation, covering the second quarter of the year 2004.

7.   TRANSMISSION METHOD

Data shall be transmitted or uploaded by electronic means to the single entry point for data at Eurostat. This method assures the secure transmission of confidential data.


(1)  OJ L 52, 22.2.1997, p. 1.

(2)  OJ L 151, 15.6.1990, p. 1.

(3)  Table A5 is an optional table.

(4)  Provisional data.

(5)  Final consolidated data.

(6)  Number of serious injury accidents (NbAccInj) is an optional variable in table H1.

(7)  Name of undertaking (UName) is an optional variable.

(8)  Total freight transport (in tonnes) is an optional variable.

(9)  Total freight transport (in 1 000 tkm) (Tkm) is an optional variable.

(10)  Total passenger transport (in passengers) (Pass) is an optional variable.

(11)  Total passenger transport (in 1 000 pkm) (Passkm) is an optional variable.


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