The Russian Federation is a Contracting Party to the 1958, 1997, and 1998 Agreements. Under the 1958 Agreement, The Russian Federation accepts type approvals for the regulations listed here, but does not issue type approvals of its own.
Recent WP.29 Contributions from Russia
Buses for Carrying Children: Russian Requirements (GRSP-66-03)
|["To be determined. This issue is currently under discussion within GRSP. <p>In 2008, Spain proposed the development of a UNECE Regulation to govern the installation and use of child restraint systems in M2 and M3 category vehicles (buses and coaches).</p>\r\n<p>The installation and use of seat belts in such vehicles is mandatory in Europe under Directive 2003/20/EC. However, this directive and the related UNECE Regulations only concern adults.</p>\r\n<p>Adult safety belts are not appropriate to restrain minors with a lower height than 135 cm and a lower weight than 36 Kg. Therefore, the use of safety belts for minors is not required under current regulations.</p>\r\n<p>Moreover, UNECE R44 on child restraint systems focuses on M1 vehicles and therefore fails to address child safety on buses.</p> Bus and Coach CRS Child Restraint Systems for Buses and Coaches WP.29 Discussion Topic Child Restraint Systems for Buses and Coaches"]|
Results of the state surveillance of buses (WP.29-179-17/Rev.1)
|["Unfirom Technical Prescriptions Concerning the Approval of Large Passenger Vehicles with regard to the Strength of their Superstructure Coach Superstructure Strength Superstructure Strength of Large Passenger Vehicles UN Regulation No. 66 UN R66"]|
General Overview of In-Service Compliance Assessment (PTI-16-03)
|["Agreement Concerning the Adoption of Uniform Conditions for Periodical Technical Inspections of Wheeled Vehicles and the Reciprocal Recognition of such Inspections Also known as the Vienna Agreement of 1997, this agreement aims to harmonize the content and frequency of vehicle inspections across Europe. Regulations established under the 1997 Agreement are known as UN Rules. Presently, there are two UN Rules, covering environmental protection (UN Rule No. 1) and roadworthiness (UN Rule No. 2).\r\n\r\nThe agreement developed out of the European Economic Commission's Regional Conference on Transport and the Environment (RCTE) and the principle instruments use that designation. 1997 Agreement 1997 Agreement on Periodical Technical Inspections United Nations Agreement 1997 Agreement on Periodical Technical Inspections", " Road-Side PTI Road-Side Inspections WP.29 Discussion Topic Road-Side Inspections"]|