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Report of the 70th session of the Working Party on Noise and Tyres

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14. Other business ["Uniform provisions concerning the approval of Quiet Road Transport Vehicles with regard to their reduced audibility (QRTV) This Regulation requires an \"audible vehicle alerting system\" (AVAS) to reduce the risk of collisions with vulnerable road users unable to aurally detect the presence of electrified vehicles. Quiet Road Transport Vehicles Quiet Road Transport Vehicles UN Regulation No. 138 UN R138", " Wear of brake friction materials and tires are known to generate particle emissions that can impact air and water quality. The Particle Measurement Program (PMP) which previously had focused exclusively on exhaust emissions issues has been tasked to investigate non-exhaust emissions towards better understanding their dynamics and implications for public health. NEPE Non-Exhaust Particle Emissions WP.29 Discussion Topic Non-Exhaust Particle Emissions", "Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with\r\nregard to their tyre pressure monitoring systems Program to separate tyre-pressure monitoring systems provisions from UN Regulation No. 64 on spare tyres. The primary issue is to remove provisions from UN R64 that will not be included in the initial phase of the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval (IWVTA) system. Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems UN Regulation No. 141 UN R141"] ["GRBP-70-04 | Proposal to reconcile UN R138 with UN R51 with regard to maximum sound pressure levels at speeds greater than 20 km/h by clarifying that the 75 dB(A) limit for AVAS under UN R138 concerns only the 0-20 km/h speed range.", "GRBP-70-09 | Presentation on the status of the 2019 update to ISO 16254 (Acoustics - Measurement of sound emitted by road vehicles of category M and N at standstill and low speed operation - Engineering method). ISO 16254 specifies an engineering method for measuring the sound emitted by M and N category road vehicles at standstill and low speed operating conditions.", "GRBP-70-16 | ", "GRBP-70-14 | ", "GRBP-70-19 | "]