Transmitted by IWG SLR Informal document GRE-76-23 (76th

Transmitted by IWG SLR Informal document GRE-76-23 (76th

Transmitted by IWG SLR Informal document GRE-76-23 (76th GRE, 25-28 October 2016, agenda item 4) Simplification of Lighting and Light-Signalling Regulations Status update and next steps 1 Simplification approach taken by the GREIWG SLR Adopted by GRE at its 75th session (April 2016) Endorsed by WP.29 at its 169th session (June 2016) Freeze 31 existing Regulations and supersede them with only 3 new ones: Road illumination devices Signal Lighting devices Retro-reflective devices Create a stable regulatory system (legal certainty) Quickest route to deliver a solution for the administrative problem of collective amendments. Continue to grant new type approvals to the existing Regulations during development of the new Regulations 2 Simplification to be delivered in two stages STAGE 2 Performance based / Technology neutral STAGE 1 Editorial simplification WP29 171 March 2017 STEP 1 STEP 2 FINAL UPDATE, CONSOLIDATION AND STABILIZATION OF EXISTING REGULATIONS FREEZING OF EXISTING REGULATIONS ADOPTION ON NEW REGULATIONS WP29 to adopt several GRE pending proposals as supplements to the existing regulations. NO FURTHER AMENDMENTS. Granting of type approvals continues. GRE IWG-SLR in conjunction with the GRE Secretariat to produce consolidated versions of all Regulations to be frozen. WP29 174 March 2018

2019 Development of 3 New Regulations + Preparation of TPs for the existing Regulations WP29 to adopt New Regulations and TPs for the existing regulations a) ENTRY INTO FORCE OF NEW REGULATIONS b) TPs APPLICABLE TO FROZEN VERSIONS OF THE EXISTING REGULATIONS REMOVE BARRIERS TO INNOVATION DEVELOP NEW REGULATIONS SUITABLE FOR THE FUTURE Programme to be defined IWG-SLR starts the task to define simplified technology neutral / performance based requirements in the new device and system regulations and also in R48 (Installation). The new regulations and R48 will be amended, following usual procedures, to introduce the simplified technology neutral / performance based requirements 3 Structure of UN lighting Regulations after Stage 1 UN Regs 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 19 20 23 27 31 38 50 56 57 69 70 72 76 77 80 87 91 98 104

112 113 119 123 NEW REGULATIONS New 1 Road illumination devices New 2 Signal Lighting devices New 3 Retro-reflective devices INSTALLATION R-48 R-53 R-74 R-86 LIGHT SOURCES R-37 R-99 R-128 (Simplified structure with reference to a Resolution) ONLY 14 Live Regulations VARIOUS R-10 R-45 R-65 R-88 4 GRE Regulations after Stage 1 of simplification SLR-11-04/Rev.1 R4 R38 R19 R119 R3 R70 R6 R77 R98 R123 R69 R104 R7 R87

R112 R113 R23 R91 (R1), (R8), (R20) (R56), (R57), (R72), (R76), (R82) R50 9 R xxx (NEW 1) Signalling devices 6 R xxx (NEW 2) Road illumination devices R37, (R2), R99, R128, Resolution Already adopted by GRE-75 R27 (R5), (R31), 5 R xxx (NEW 3) Retro reflective devices R48*, R53*, R74*, R86*, R10, R45, R65, R88, 8

NOT ON SLR AGENDA FOR STAGE 1 5 * Definitions and other minor editorial adjustments / synchronisation will be addressed Regulations in parenthesis are frozen already. Stage 1 Editorial Simplification - GRE & WP.29 Milestones 2016 Adopt GRE pending proposals Existing UN Regulations Bring up to date existing UN Regs on road illumination, signalling and retroreflecting devices. 2017 GRE-76 2018 Adopt TPs and freeze UN Regs Agree on TPs and freezing of existing UN Regs GRE-78 WP.29 WP.29 March (UN Regs on installation to be addressed separately) Agree on pipeline* March No more amendments to existing UN Regulations on road illumination, signalling and retro-reflecting devices. New series of amendments and TPs to freeze the existing UN Regulations Entry into Force

Granting of type approvals continues Approvals for innovations may be granted using Article 12 part 6 and Schedule 7 of the 1958 agreement (draft Revision 3 ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2015/40) or Art. 20 Exemptions for new technologies or new concepts of the EC Directive 2007/46/EC (Framework Directive) New UN Regulations Draft 3 new UN Regulations 1. Road illumination 2. Light signalling 3. Retro-Reflecting based on the text of existing UN Regs. Use DETA Ensure consistency with IWVTA Adopt new UN Regs Agree on new UN Regs Informal proposals of new UN Regs for feedback GRE-77 2019 GRE-78 WP.29 New UN Regulations adopted March * Agree on each pending proposal to be submitted to WP.29 - Last(GTB) change to Regulations candidate for simplification Geoff Draper 6 Stage 1 Editorial Simplification - Next steps in 2017 SLR-13-05 WP.29 GRE 77 GRE 78 Consolidate drafts

with adopted documents 3 Informal documents + few comments Logic content check TARGET Remove editorial comments UN-document creation ASSUMPTION WP.29 adopts GRE documents in pipeline 17.3.2017 DEADLINE Official docs Transitional provisions Installation Regulations (48, 53, 86) 4.4.2017 ~ 135 days 3 Official document + justification GRE to adopt 3 new draft regulations 3 Informal trackchange document + comments 3 Official documents for Installation Regs 31.7.2017 24.10.2017

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