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Railway infrastructure charging and state subvention schemes in Hungary Dr. Péter Rónai MÁV Co., Hungarian State Railways Head of Customer Relations and Sales. 1. Legal background.

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Railway infrastructure charging and state subvention schemes in Hungary

Dr. Péter Rónai

MÁV Co., Hungarian State Railways

Head of Customer Relations and Sales

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Legal background
  • Independent railwayundertakings have access to the railway network on a non-discriminatory basis (e.g. telecommunicationsector, energy sector)[Directive 2001/14/EC]
  • Non-discriminatory access to service facilities (e.g. transhipment sidings, freight terminals) irrespective of the ownership
  • Independence of essential functionsof the infrastructure manager: capacity allocation;timetabling; charging[Directive 2012/34/EU (Recast)]
  • Act CLXXXIII of 2005 on rail transport
  • Charging statute 83/2007 (X.6.) and its modifications
  • Capacity allocation statute 101/2007 (XII. 22.)

The basic principles of free access and equaltreatment is definedbylaw.

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Charging methodology and Charging Document

CM

Methodological document of network access charges –five-year

CD

Detailed calculations and data providing the basic of them

–yearly

  • Cost-basedallocated unit prices
  • Direct and indirect costs of infrastructure services
  • Data of actual year costs and state subsidy
  • State subsidy is divided based on transport political principles
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Essential change in the methodology

Total reasonable cost-based charging

Marginal cost-based charging

The base of calculation is the operational costs directly incurred by an additional train service.

The base of charge calculation is the total reasonable cost.

In case of the charges for the minimum access package and for access to station service facilities

„Market canbear test”: fullcostsonlyifthesegmentcanbearhighercoststhanmarginalcosts

modalities from full costs to total direct costs
Modalities: from full costs to total direct costs

Step 0: Full costs

Step 1: ./. Cost not related with infrastructure management

Step 2: ./. Costs not related with minimum access package

Step 3: ./. Costs financed by grants

= full costs of infrastructure management

Step 4: ./. Costs that do not vary with an additional train service

= direct costs per year

Step 5:modulation according to types of train

Step 6:averaging against fluctuations of traffic

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Segments

Passenger services

Freight services

Trains carrying dangerous goods

Other freight trains

Domestic services

International services

Combined transport

Direct trains;

Urban or regional passenger services

Interurban passenger services

Block trains

Single wagon load trains;

Regular train services

Occasional train services

charge of the use of catenary 2013 2014 timetable year
:Charge of the use of catenary – 2013/2014 timetableyear

Thousand HUF

Thousand RUB

Direct costs

11 181 674

1 749 871

+ Direct costs to be shared

100 848

15 782

+ Indirect costs

1 512 649

236 721

12 795 172

2002374

Performance indicator=

/ 65 732 314 =

/ 10 286 747 =

(Electric train km)

CM

CD

Cost based charge

195

31

+ Mark-up

0

0

- Discount

0

0

- State contribution

138

22

57 HUF/electric train km

8,9RUB/electric train km

1 RUB=6,39 HUF (Hungarian National Bank currency rate September 2014)

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Transport political map – 2014/2015 timetableyear

Theoritical revenue maximumbillion HUF

(performance indicator x (charge+mark-up))

(using sum at group of services)

Proportion of State contribution

(using mean at group of services)

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Basic services – Minimum access package

CD 2014/2015 timetable year, in HUF

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Basic services – Minimum access package

CD 2014/2015 timetable year, in RUB

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Supplementary services

CD 2014/2015 timetable year, in HUF

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Supplementary services

CD 2014/2015 timetable year, in RUB

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Expansion of MÁC Co’s customers having network access contract

AWT RAIL HU Zrt.

BOBO Kft.

boxXpress.de GmbH

BSS 2000 Kft.

CER Hungary Zrt.

CRW, a.s.

DB SchenkerRail Hungária Kft.

DRT Danubius RailTransport Kft.

Floyd Zrt.

FOXrailZrt

G&G Kft.

GYSEV Zrt.

GYSEV CargoZrt.

KÁRPÁT Vasút Kft.

LTE GmbH

MÁV FKG Kft.

MÁV Nosztalgia Kft.

MÁV-START Zrt.

METRANS (Danubia), a.s.

MMV Zrt.

MTMG Zrt.

Magyar Vasúti Áruszállító Kft.

PKP CargoS.A.

Petrolsped, s.r.o.

PSZ, a.s.

RailCargo Hungaria Zrt.

RailCargoCarrierKft.

Railtrans International, a.s.

RTS GmbH

Swietelsky Vasúttechnika Kft.

SZDS, a.s.

Szentesi Vasútépítő Kft.

Train Hungary Kft.

Vasútvill Kft.

Wiener LokalbahnenCargo GmbH

Záhony-PortZrt.

ZSSK Cargo, a.s.

37

37

34

32

31

MÁV-START Zrt.

24

MÁV-GÉPÉSZET Zrt.

MÁV-TRAKCIÓ Zrt.

16

10

6

4

3

2010

2011

2012

2013

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

September, 2014

Number of foreign partners: 12

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