GRB
Session 69 | Geneva | 23-25 Jan 2019
Attendance
1. Adoption of the agenda
GRB/2019/1 | Annotated provisional agenda for the 69th GRB session
GRB-69-01/Rev.1 | GRB: Updated provisional agenda for the 69th session
GRB-69-02/Rev.1 | GRB: Running order of the agenda for the 69th session
GRB-69-07 | GRB-69: General information and WP.29 highlights
2. UN Regulation No. 9 (Noise of three-wheeled vehicles)
GRB-69-14 | UN R9: Proposal for amendments to the draft 08 series of amendments Proposal to correct an inconsistency in document GRB-68-22 (adopted along with GRB/2018/7 and submitted for consideration at the March 2019 WP.29 session as WP.29/2019/6) regarding the ASEP exemption conditions for vehicles with variable gear ratios or automatic transmission with non-lockable gear ratios.
GRB-69-16 | UN R9: ASEP for L5 vehicles with CVT/AT: background information to GRB-69-14
3. UN Regulation No. 41 (Noise emissions of motorcycles): Development
4. (a) UN Regulation No. 51 (Noise of M and N categories of vehicles): Development
GRB/2019/8 | UN R51: Proposal for Corrigendum 1 to Supplement 3 to the 03 series of amendments Proposal by the Informal Working Group (IWG) on Additional Sound Emission Provisions (ASEP) to correct a reference in Supplement 3 to the 03 series of amendments to UN R51.
GRB/2019/9 | UN R51: Proposal for Corrigendum 1 to Supplement 4 to the 03 series of amendments Proposal by the Informal Working Group (IWG) on Additional Sound Emission Provisions (ASEP) to introduce transitional provisions in line with the transitional provisions in Supplement 3 and to reintroduce a sentence deleted by mistake in Supplement 4 to the 03 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 51.
GRB/2019/10 | UN R51: Proposal for Supplement 6 to the 03 series of amendments Proposal by the Informal Working Group on Additional Sound Emission Provisions (ASEP) to introduce transitional provisions for Supplements 4 and 5 to the 03 series of amendments to UN R51 (in line with the transitional provisions of Supplement 3), to correct a reference and to clarify the requirements for stationary sound.
GRB/2019/11 | UN R51: Amendment to the proposal for Supplement 5 to the 03 series of amendments Proposal by the Informal Working Group on Additional Sound Emission Provisions (ASEP) to introduce a transitional provision in line with the transitional provisions of Supplement 3. The new transitional provision should be added to the text of draft Supplement 5 to the 03 series of amendments to UN R51 which was adopted by the Working Party on Noise at its sixty-eighth session (GRB/2018/10).
GRB-69-18 | UN R51: A preliminary study on test methods for R51-03
WP.29/2019/4 | UN R51: Proposal for Supplement 5 to the 03 series of amendments Proposal to address comments on the adopted Supplement 4:<ol class="alpha"><li>align the flowchart in the appendix to Annex 3, Figure 3c with the amendment to paragraph 3.1.2.1.4.1 <notextile>(c)</notextile> of Supplement 3 to the 03 series</li><li>amend Appendix to Annex 3, Table 1 to limit to pure electric vehicles the options to either use mechanical or electronic devices to control the gear shift or take measures to avoid accelerations greater than 2.0 m/sĀ² (GRB/2018/2 and GRB-67-17)</li><li>under Annex 7, paragraph 5.2., align the principle of testing between automatic and manual transmission having more than 5 gears.</li></ol>
4. (b) UN Regulation No. 51 (Vehicle Noise): Additional sound emission provisions
GRB-69-05 | UN R51: Proposal for a Supplement to the 03 series of amendments Proposal to address non-negligible differences in sound performance in cases where COP tests are carried out under conditions that differ from those used for the granting of the type approval. The proposal introduces conditions, procedures, and corrections to be applied to L<sub>urban</sub> to account for the difference in test conditions.
GRB-69-13 | Status report of the ASEP II informal group
GRB-69-15 | UN R51: Measurement uncertainties of sound emission measurements according to UN Regulation No. 51-03
GRB-69-26 | Reversing alarms: ISO 16254 Measurement Variation ā€“ Field Experience
5. UN Regulation No. 92 (Replacement exhaust silencing systems for motorcycles)
6. UN Regulation No. 138 (Quiet road transport vehicles)
GRB-69-06 | UN R138: Proposal for Supplement 1 to the 01 series of amendments Proposal to:<ol class="alpha"><li>add a footnote to the scope to exempt electrified vehicles where the internal combustion engine (ICE) operates under the test conditions</li><li>clarify the intention of paragraph 6.2.:<ul><li>that AVAS may be operational outside the specified speed ranges (e.g., in the USA where the speed range extends to 30 km/h),</li><li>align maximum sound with UN R51.03 ASEP, and</li><li>explicitly specify that the AVAS may function even when the ICE is running</li></ul><li>clarify under paragraph 6.2.6. that a manufacturer may install an attenuation to enable the system to operate at different sound levels</li><li>split and clarify indoor and outdoor testing specifications under Annex 3 paragraph 2.2. to account for different needs such as a weather station</li><li>amend the flowcharts in the Annex 3 Appendix to better reflect the regulation text.</li></ol>
7. Tyres
7. (a) UN Regulation No. 30 (Tyres for passenger cars and their trailers)
GRB/2019/5 | UN R30: Proposal for amendments Proposal to ensure that that P-type tyres can be distinguished from non-P-type tyres.
GRB-69-11/Rev.1 | UN R30: Supporting material for document GRB/2019/5 Highlighting of the changes in the proposal to ensure that that P-type tyres can be distinguished from non-P-type tyres to support understanding of the proposal.
GRB-69-12 | UN R30 and R64: EMT-ETRTO answer to Contracting Party question from GRB 68th session ETRTO response to UK question on the availability of extended mobility tyres (EMT) on the market.
GRB-68-14 | ETRTO proposals for amendments to UN Regulations Nos. 30 and 64 on Extended Mobility Tyres
GRVA/2018/6 | UN R30: Proposal for a Supplement Proposal to introduce a definition for "Extended Mobility Tyre" based on a new "minimum requirement" performance test procedure with the relevant pictogram to be used to properly distinguish such tyres. <span style="color:orange">This document will be handled by GRB during its 68th session and is referenced under GRVA due to the "conversion" of GRRF.</span>
GRVA/2018/7 | UN R64: Proposal for a Supplement Proposal to amend UN R64 in line with the introduction of the "extended mobility tyre" into UN R30 (see document GRVA/2018/6). <span style="color:orange">This document will be handled by GRB during its 68th session and is referenced under GRVA due to the "conversion" of GRRF.</span>
7. (b) UN Regulation No. 75 (Tyres for motorcycles/mopeds)
GRB/2019/7 | UN R75: Proposal for a Supplement Proposal to clarify the identification, marking and test provisions applicable to tyres designed for speeds above 240 km/h.
GRB-69-24/Rev.1 | UN R75: Proposal for amendment to GRB/2019/7 Editorial amendments to proposed transitional provisions
7. (c) UN Regulation No. 117 (Tyre rolling resistance, rolling noise and wet grip)
GRB/2019/4 | UN R117: Proposal for a Supplement to the 02 series of amendments Proposal to align the provisions of UN R117 regarding approval numbers and markings with the provisions of Schedule 4 to the revised 1958 Agreement.
GRB/2019/3 | UN R117: Proposal for a Supplement Proposal to introduce two extra stages with limits (stage 3 and stage 4) for the rolling sound emission, wet grip performance and rolling resistance coefficient. (Stage 2 for wet grip performance is omitted intentionally in this proposal.)
GRB/2019/6 | UN R117: Proposal for a Supplement Proposal to introduce provisions for "worn tyre" thresholds and test procedures.
GRB-69-08 | UN R117: Amendment proposal to introduce of worn tyre provisions
GRB-69-09 | 2017 Ernst & Young study on used tyres "Planned obsolescence is not inevitable: Environmental and social impacts related to the general removal of tires at 3 mm tread depth across the European Union" Document provided by the GRB secretariat in relation to France presentation on worn-tyre provisions under UN R117.
GRB-69-10 | UN R117: Comments on the proposal for worn-tyre provisions (GRB/2019/6)
GRB-69-19 | Status report on snow tyre provisions
GRB-69-23 | UN R117: Draft terms of reference for an informal working group on wet grip performance of tyres in worn state
GRRF/2017/7 | Proposal for Corrigendum to Regulation No. 117 Proposal to correct a type in Annex 7- Appendix 2, Part 2, Paragraph 5 where the snow group index should read "1.00", not "100" as appeared erroneously in the adopted text.
GRRF/2016/42 | Proposal for Supplement 10 to the 02 series of amendments to Regulation No. 117 Proposal to correct the text where the word "tyres" was inadvertently omitted from Paragraph 2.1.
GRVA/2018/5 | UN R117: Proposal for a Supplement Proposal to update certain Standard Reference Test Tyre (SRTT) denominations, to remove the distinction between the two Class C3 tyres, to clarify the text and remove the reference to tyres "not marked with speed symbol". <span style="color:orange">This document will be handled by GRB during its 68th session and is referenced under GRVA due to the "conversion" of GRRF.</span>
GRB-68-12 | UN R117: Comments on the Supplement proposal GRVA/2018/5
7. (d) Global Technical Regulation No. 16 (Tyres)
GRB-69-17 | GTR 16: Consolidated statement on technical rationale and justification for Amendments 1 and 2 Draft statement under preparation by the TyreGTR informal group
GRB-69-21 | GTR 16: List of amendments
GRB-69-22 | GTR 16: Proposal for Amendment 1
8. Draft UN Regulation on reversing alarm
GRB-69-20 | Status report of the Reversing Warning Task Force (TFRA)
GRB-69-26 | Reversing alarms: ISO 16254 Measurement Variation ā€“ Field Experience
9. Exchange of information on national and international requirements on noise levels
10. Influence of road surface on tyre rolling sound emissions
GRB/2019/2 | Revised proposal for a draft Resolution on road surface labelling
11. Proposals for amendments to the Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles
12. Development of the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval system
WP.29-176-21 | Candidate items for technical regulations applicable to IWVTA Phase 2 (2018 ā€“ 2022)
13. Highlights of the November 2018 session of WP.29
GRB-69-07 | GRB-69: General information and WP.29 highlights
14. Exchange of views on the future work of GRB
GRB-69-03 | GRB: Subjects for future consideration Discussion paper regarding future noise and tyre work priorities.
GRB-69-25/Rev.1 | Tyre performance study
15. Other business
GRB-69-04 | UN R28: Proposal for a Supplement Proposal to introduce a definition for "Electronic" to mean a principle of operation by electric or electro-magnetic force with amplifier and speaker or resonator in order to address new technologies enabling a driver-actuated audible signal of the presence of a vehicle in a dangerous traffic situation.
WP.29-176-19 | Report to 176th WP.29 session from the 28th IWVTA Informal Group meeting (Phase 2)
16. Provisional agenda for the seventieth session