Session 178 | Geneva | 24-28 Jun 2019
UN R152 Light Vehicle AEBSWP.29/2019/61 | Proposal for uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to the Advanced Emergency Braking System (AEBS) for M<sub>1</sub> and N<sub>1</sub> vehicles. 152 238 19292 1253
UN R17 Strength of SeatsWP.29/2019/35 | Proposal to clarify the possibility to install side-facing seats in buses of category M2 and M3 of classes A and I. 17 28 19274 1253
UN R24 Diesel Engine EmissionsWP.29/2019/41 | Proposal to align the provisions of the 03 series of amendments to UN R24 with UN R85. Other amendments are proposed in order to bring the format of UN R24 up to date. 24 35 19284 1253
UN R30 Pneumatic TiresWP.29/2019/50 | 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 and to ensure that that P-type tyres can be distinguished from non-P-type tyres. 30 41 19303 1253
UN R44 Child Restraint SystemsWP.29/2019/36 | Proposal to cease new CRS approvals under UN Regulation No. 44 as of 1 September 2020, including amended transitional provisions. 44 55 19275 1253
UN R64 Spare TiresWP.29/2019/52 | Proposal to amend UN R64 in line with the introduction of the "extended mobility tyre" into UN R30 (see document WP.29/2019/50). 64 75 19305 1253
UN R75 Motorcycle TiresWP.29/2019/53 | Proposal to clarify the identification, marking and test provisions applicable to tyres designed for speeds above 240 km/h. 75 86 19304 1253
UN R78 Motorcycle BrakingWP.29/2019/46 | Proposal to introduce provisions relevant to the activation of stop lamps under more conditions than application of the service brake only, e.g. also by regenerative braking. 78 89 19298 1253
UN R79 Steering EquipmentWP.29/2019/73 | Proposal to clarify requirements of the optical signal for a CSF intervention to ensure sufficient flashing tell-tale visibility for the driver, to specify the duration of such ACSF signals, to ensure a safe hierarchy of signals (e.g., ESF over CSF) by priority, to clarify that deactivation when departing an ODD means the “off mode”, and to add a cross-reference pointing to paragraphs that define cases of manual and automatic deactivation. 79 90 20032 1253
UN R83 Motor Vehicle EmissionsWP.29/2019/42 | Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>clarify the relationship between approval levels, reference fuels and PN limits for PI vehicles and to modify the calculation formulae for determination of evaporative emissions in accordance with changes already agreed in UN GTR No. 19</li><li>correct errors in Working Paper 2019.08</li><li>expand 2019.08 to clarify the special provisions, and</li><li>resolve a contradiction in requirements concerning the provision of SCR reagent consumption data via the serial port of the standard diagnostic connector.</li></ol> 83 94 19285 1253
UN R83 Motor Vehicle EmissionsWP.29/2019/43 | Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>clarify the relationship between approval levels, reference fuels and PN limits for PI vehicles and to modify the calculation formulae for determination of evaporative emissions in accordance with changes already agreed in UN GTR No. 19</li><li>correct errors in Working Paper 2019.08</li><li>expand 2019.08 to clarify the special provisions, and</li><li>resolve a contradiction in requirements concerning the provision of SCR reagent consumption data via the serial port of the standard diagnostic connector.</li></ol> 83 94 19286 1253
UN R85 Net Power MeasurementWP.29/2019/44 | Proposal to reduce testing burdens by introducing an alternative test method to “decrease the charge air cooler outlet temperature by the same amount that the ambient conditions for the vehicle test varied from the standard temperature.” This aligns with SAE J1349, “9.3 Application of Vehicle Transient Data to Net Power Test.” 85 96 19287 1253
UN R90 Replacement Brake ComponentsWP.29/2019/47 | Proposal to align the text in Annex 7 with UN R78 and to insert the reference to the L<sub>6</sub> and L<sub>7</sub> vehicle categories to respond to requests from the industry for type approval for the replacement brake lining assembly for these vehicles. 90 101 19299 1253
UN R115 LPG/CNG Retrofit SystemsWP.29/2019/45 | Proposal to align UN R115 with the GTR No. 15 WLTC test cycle. 115 126 19288 1253
UN R117 Tire Noise, Wet Adhesion, and Rolling ResistanceWP.29/2019/54 | Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>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</li><li>correct the text where the word “tyres” was inadvertently omitted from Paragraph 2.1.</li><li>align the provisions of UN R117 regarding approval numbers and markings with the provisions of Schedule 4 to the revised 1958 Agreement.</li></ol> 117 128 19301 1253
UN R129 Enhanced Child RestraintsWP.29/2019/37 | Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>introduce new and modified labeling and to clarify packaging information to distinguish between forward-facing-only, rear-facing-only, and convertible CRS in order to reduce the risk of users misusing these enhanced CRS, and</li><li>clarify that assessment of the DE plane only applies to rearward-facing Child Restraint Systems (CRS) in UN Regulation No. 44 and therefore does not apply to forward-facing child restraints that maintain structure of the child restraint behind the head of the dummy.</li></ol> 129 164 19276 1253
UN R129 Enhanced Child RestraintsWP.29/2019/38 | Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>introduce new and modified labeling and to clarify packaging information to distinguish between forward-facing-only, rear-facing-only, and convertible CRS in order to reduce the risk of users misusing these enhanced CRS, and</li><li>clarify that assessment of the DE plane only applies to rearward-facing Child Restraint Systems (CRS) in UN Regulation No. 44 and therefore does not apply to forward-facing child restraints that maintain structure of the child restraint behind the head of the dummy.</li></ol> 129 164 19277 1253
UN R129 Enhanced Child RestraintsWP.29/2019/39 | Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>introduce new and modified labeling and to clarify packaging information to distinguish between forward-facing-only, rear-facing-only, and convertible CRS in order to reduce the risk of users misusing these enhanced CRS</li><li>clarify that assessment of the DE plane only applies to rearward-facing Child Restraint Systems (CRS) in UN Regulation No. 44 and therefore does not apply to forward-facing child restraints that maintain structure of the child restraint behind the head of the dummy</li><li>specify the dimensions of the approval number</li><li>correct the term "Regulation No. 129-02" to “UN Regulation No. 129/02”</li><li>change the 145 cm stature of the Specific Vehicle Booster seat to the 150 cm stature as this is the upper limit, and</li><li>modify the approval markings for consistency between technical services and approval authorities and between the labels of products approved under the 02 and 03 series.</li></ol> 129 164 19278 1253
UN R129 Enhanced Child RestraintsWP.29/2019/40 | Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>introduce new and modified labeling and to clarify packaging information to distinguish between forward-facing-only, rear-facing-only, and convertible CRS in order to reduce the risk of users misusing these enhanced CRS</li><li>clarify that assessment of the DE plane only applies to rearward-facing Child Restraint Systems (CRS) in UN Regulation No. 44 and therefore does not apply to forward-facing child restraints that maintain structure of the child restraint behind the head of the dummy</li><li>specify the dimensions of the approval number</li><li>update i-Size universal ISOFIX, Specific Vehicle ISOFIX, i-Size Booster seat and Specific Vehicle Booster seat numbering (omitted in WP29-2018-045)</li><li>rearrange the dimensions mark for arrangements of the approval mark where used in combination with the module mark</li><li>change the 145 cm stature of the Specific Vehicle Booster seat to 150 cm stature as this is the correct upper limit, and</li><li>clarify that Conformity of Production assessments shall be conducted under the same requirements as those of the original approval or, if applicable, the extension of the approval.</li></ol> 129 164 19279 1253
UN R138 Quiet Road Transport VehiclesWP.29/2019/55 | Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>exempt hybrid vehicles that do not provide valid test results (e.g., internal combustion engine active under test conditions)</li><li>clarify the text concerning permissible AVAS operating conditions</li>to differentiate indoor and outdoor facility requirements (e.g., weather station requirement) and</li><li>update flowcharts in Annex 3 in line with text.</li><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><li>align the transitional provisions in the 01 series of amendments with the format introduced following Revision 3 of the 1958 Agreement.</li></ol> 138 205 19297 1253
UN R139 Brake Assist SystemsWP.29/2019/48 | Proposal to clarify that UN R139 does not mandate the installation of brake assist systems (BAS) on vehicles but rather specifies requirements for the approval of vehicles should they be equipped with a BAS system. 139 198 19300 1253
UN R140 ESC SystemsWP.29/2019/49 | Proposal to clarify that UN R140 does not mandate the installation of electronic stability control systems (ESC) on vehicles but rather specifies requirements for the approval of vehicles should they be equipped with an ESC system. 140 167 19302 1253
UN R14 Safety-Belt/ISOFIX AnchoragesWP.29/2019/56 | Proposal to update a reference regarding ISOFIX exemptions permitted under paragraph 5.3.8.8. (related to vehicles with one seat position per row). The reference should read 5.3.8.8. and 5.3.8.9. 14 25 19296 1253
UN R51 Vehicle NoiseWP.29/2019/51 | Proposal to correct a reference in Supplement 3 to the 03 series of amendments, 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. 51 62 19306 1253
UN R83 Motor Vehicle EmissionsWP.29/2019/60 | Proposal from the GRPE secretariat to correct omissions found in document WP.29/2018/148 (proposal for Supplement 8 to the 07 series of amendments) as adopted by WP.29. 83 94 19293 1253
UN R129 Enhanced Child RestraintsWP.29/2019/58 | Предложение по исправлению 3 к первоначальному варианту Правил ООН № 129 (усовершенствованные детские удерживающие системы): English wording “Upper neck tension force” corresponds to the following Russian wording “Сжимающая сила верхней части шеи”. English wording “Upper neck flexion moment” corresponds to the following Russian wording “Изгибающий момент верхней части шеи”. 129 164 19309 1253
UN R129 Enhanced Child RestraintsWP.29/2019/59 | Proposition de rectificatif 1 à la série 03 d’amendements au Règlement ONU no 129 (Dispositifs améliorés de retenue pour enfants): Proposal to align the French version with the adopted English version of the text (reference document WP.29/2018/45). 129 164 19310 1253
UN R145 ISOFIX anchorage systemsWP.29/2019/57 | Proposal to update a reference regarding ISOFIX exemptions permitted under paragraph 5.3.8.8. (related to vehicles with one seat position per row). The reference should read 5.3.8.8. and 5.3.8.9. 145 229 19295 1253
GTR No. 15 WLTPWP.29/2019/62 | Series of proposals from the WLTP informal group to improve and clarify the text of GTR 15 on light vehicle emissions. 15
GTR No. 15 WLTPWP.29/2019/63 | 15
GTR No. 19 Evaporative emissionsWP.29/2019/64 | Proposal to introduce improvements and amendments concerning the evaporative emission family definitions and the Type 4 test procedures with regard to test equipment requirements and calibrations, evaporative emission measurement enclosures, and use of variable volume SHED facilities 19
GTR No. 19 Evaporative emissionsWP.29/2019/65 | Amendments to the global technical regulation on evaporative emissions to address: <ol class="alpha"><li>Calibration requirements and intervals for test equipment;</li><li>Equation for the variable-volume enclosures;</li><li>Improvements to the text:<ol><li>Clarification of aged carbon canister and when to install;</li><li>Clarification and review of test equipment;</li><li>Clarification and review of requirements of an evaporative emission family;</li><li>Clarification of "carbon canister";</li><li>Change to the term "carbon canister" used to catch depressurisation puff loss overflow.</li></ol> 19