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REGULATION OF THE MINISTER OF TRANSPORTATION NUMBER: PM. 30 OF 2011 CONCERNING PROCEDURES FOR TESTING AND GRANTING OF RAILWAY INFRASTRUCTURE CERTIFICATES

BY THE GRACE OF GOD ALMIGHTY

MINISTER OF TRANSPORTATION,

Considering

:

a. that Government Regulation Number 56 of 2009 concerning the Implementation of

Railways has regulated the Procedures for Testing and Granting of Railway Infrastructure Certificates;

b. that based on the considerations as referred to in letter a, it is necessary to stipulate

a Minister of Transportation Regulation concerning Procedures for Testing and Granting of Railway Infrastructure Certificates;

In view of

:

1. Law Number 23 of 2007 concerning Railways (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia of 2007 Number 65, Supplement to the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4722);

2. Government Regulation Number 56 of 2009 concerning the Implementation of Railways (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia of 2009 Number 129, Supplement to the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5048);

3. Presidential Regulation Number 47 of 2009 concerning Formation and Organization

of State Ministries;

4. Presidential Regulation Number 24 of 2010 concerning Position, Task and Function of State Ministries as well as Organizational Structure, Tasks and Functions of Echelon I of State Ministries as lastly amended by Presidential Regulation Number 67 of 2010;

5. Regulation of the Minister of Transportation Number KM. 60 of 2010 concerning the Organization and Administration of the Ministry of Transportation;

Establish:

DECIDES:

REGULATION OF THE MINISTER OF COMMUNICATION CONCERNING PROCEDURES TESTING AND GRANTING OF RAILWAY INFRASTRUCTURE CERTIFICATES.

CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS

Article 1

In this Government Regulation what is meant by:

1. Railways are a unitary system consisting of infrastructure, facilities and human resources, as well as norms, criteria, requirements and procedures for the operation of rail transportation.

2. A train is a railway facility with motion, both running alone and coupled with other railway facilities, which will or is moving on railways associated with rail travel.

3. Railway infrastructure is a railway line, a train station, and a railroad operating facility so that trains can be operated.

4. The railroad infrastructure provider is the party that organizes the railroad infrastructure.

5. The railway line is a line consisting of a series of railroad tracks which includes the benefit space of the railroad line, the space belonging to the railway line, and the railroad supervision room, including the upper and lower sections that are reserved for railroad traffic.

6. Railways are a construction unit made of steel, concrete, or other construction located on the surface, below, and above the ground or depending on the device which directs the course of the train.

7. The train station is a place of departure and train stops.

8. Train operating facilities are all facilities needed for the train to be operated.

9. The technical requirements of railroad infrastructure are technical provisions that become the technical specifications of a railroad infrastructure.

10. Railroad infrastructure testing is an activity carried out to determine the suitability between the technical requirements and the conditions and functions of the railroad infrastructure.

11. Certification of railway infrastructure testing is the process of inspection, testing to determine the feasibility of operating a railroad infrastructure.

12. The first test certificate is proof of stipulation of the feasibility of the operation of the railroad infrastructure.

13. Periodic test certificates are proofs of the feasibility of infrastructure operations after having the first test certificate.

14. Railroad infrastructure testing personnel are personnel who meet skill qualifications and are authorized to carry out railway infrastructure testing.

15. The Minister is the Minister whose duties and responsibilities are in the field of railways.

16. The Director General is the Director General of his duties and responsibilities in the railway sector.

CHAPTER II TYPES OF TESTING OF RAILWAY INFRASTRUCTURE

Article 2 Every railway infrastructure operated must fulfill technical feasibility and operations that are proven by testing railroad infrastructure.

Article 3

The infrastructure as referred to in Article 2 consists of:

a. railway lines;

b. railway station; and

c. train operating facilities.

Article 4 The testing of railway infrastructure as referred to in Article 2 is carried out to determine the suitability of the design, technical requirements, conditions, and functions of the railroad infrastructure.

Article 5

1. The tests referred to in Article 4 include:

a. first test; and

b. periodical test

2. First test as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a, must be carried out for new railroad

infrastructure and railway infrastructure which undergo changes in technical specifications.

3. The first test as referred to in paragraph (2) consists of:

a. design test; and

b. function test

4. Periodic Test as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b must be carried out for each

infrastructure that has been operated by carrying out a test of the railway infrastructure function.

Article 6

1. The design test as referred to in Article 5 paragraph (3) letter a is a conformity test between the design and the physical infrastructure of the railway.

2. The design test as referred to in paragraph (1) is carried out for each type of railway infrastructure.

3. The design tests do not need to be carried out on the type of structure and / or structural components that are built in other places using the same type of structure type and / or structural components that have received the first test certificate.

Article 7

1. The railway infrastructure function test as referred to in Article 5 paragraph (3) letter b, is carried out to ensure that the railway infrastructure can function in accordance with the design and technical requirements.

2. The railway infrastructure function test as referred to in paragraph (1) includes the function test:

a. railroad;

b. bridges and tunnels;

c. station;

d. signaling equipment;

e. telecommunications equipment; and

f. electrical installations.

Article 8

1. The railroad function tests as referred to in Article 7 paragraph (2) letter a at least includes the test:

a. free space;

b. speed;

c. axle load; and

d. drainage.

2. The bridge and tunnel function tests as referred to in Article 7 paragraph (2) letter b include at least the test:

a. free space; and

b. axle load.

3. The station function tests as referred to in Article 7 paragraph (2) letter c at least includes the test:

a. free space;

b. building capacity;

c. platform capacity;

d. speed; and

e. axle load

4. The signaling equipment function tests as referred to in Article 7 paragraph (2) letter

d at least includes the test:

a. negative check;

b. indication of service;

c. accuracy;

d. visible distance;

e. grounding system;

f. data logger; and

g. free space.

5. The telecommunications equipment function tests of as referred to in Article 7

paragraph (2) letter e at least includes the test:

a. selective call;

b. clarity of information / voice received;

c. voice recorder;

d. grounding system; and

e. telecommunications transmission media systems.

6. The function test of the electrical installation as referred to in Article 7 paragraph (2)

letter f includes at least the test:

a. voltage system stability;

b. the system can be interconnected;

c. height and wire deviation trolly;

d. trolly wire wear;

e. detention grounding system;

f. power supply control system / Supervisory Control and Data Acquisation (SCADA);

g. insulation;

h. Linking Breaking Device (LBD) / Intertriping; and

CHAPTER III PROCEDURES FOR TESTING OF RAILWAY INFRASTRUCTURE

Part One

Design Test

Article 9

The design test as referred to in Article 6 must have documents:

a. details of railroad infrastructure design that has been approved by the Technical Directorate;

b. technical specifications of railway infrastructure that have been approved by the Technical Directorate;

c. working drawings (shop drawings) that have been approved by the Technical Directorate; and

d. the result of the drawing (as built drawing).

Article 10

1. The design test is carried out by examining the compatibility between documents as referred to in Article 9 letter a, letter b and letter c with letter d.

2. In the event that it is needed, then the examination of documents as referred to in paragraph (1) can be continued with an examination of the physical results of the railway infrastructure.

Part Two

Function Test

Article 11

1. A free space test is conducted to determine the liberation of the railway line from obstacles or disturbances that can disrupt the safety of train travel by using a distance measuring instrument.

2. Free space test as referred to in paragraph (1) is carried out by measuring from the railroad to the boundaries of free space.

Article 12

1. Speed ​​tests and axle load tests are carried out to determine the ability of railways, bridges, tunnels, and stations that are passed by railroad facilities using a measuring instrument.

2. Speed ​​test and axle load test as referred to in paragraph (1) are carried out by measuring at least include:

a. lines;

b. arch;

c. slope;

d. rail;

e. welded joints;

f. gap and connecting plate;

g. shaved rail;

h. Railway switch;

i. bearings and fasteners;

j. reply and sub reply; and

k. body of the road.

Article 13

1. Railroad drainage tests are carried out to determine the ability of drainage to drain water so that it does not interfere with the construction of the railroad by using a high difference measuring instrument.

2. The drainage test as referred to in paragraph (1) is carried out by measuring the level of slope of drainage and the water flow distribution system.

Article 14

1. Test capacity of the station building is carried out to determine the suitability of space with the designation and function of the station by using a distance measuring instrument.

2. Building capacity test as referred to in paragraph (1) is carried out by measuring the area of ​​the room with utilization.

Article 15

1. Test capacity of station platforms is carried out to determine the availability of platform area in serving station service users by using distance measuring instrument.

2. Platform capacity test as referred to in paragraph (1) is carried out by measuring the area of ​​the platform according to the standard.

Article 16

1. Signals for negative check tests are conducted to determine the maximum functioning of signaling equipment.

2. The negative check test as referred to in paragraph (1) is carried out on the function of the signaling system in the interlocking table on signaling equipment.

Article 17

1. An indication test of signaling equipment services is carried out to determine the functioning of all indicators in the service panel.

2. The service indications test as referred to in paragraph (1) is carried out by functioning and deactivating all indicator functions in the service panel can operate

according to their respective functions and in accordance with conditions in the field, through:

a. indications of the train route being formed;

b. indication of track circuits, signal displays, railway switch and blocks;

c. indication of emergency services; and

Article 18

1. Accuracy testing of signaling equipment is carried out to ensure that the process of

forming a train route is carried out appropriately in accordance with the route table or interlocking table as a requirement for the safety of a formed route.

2. Accuracy test as referred to in paragraph (1) is carried out automatically by electrical interlocking and / or manually including:

a. inspection of railway route formation;

b. examination of the establishment of emergency routes; and

c. inspection of routes for yard.

Article 19

1. The visible distance test of signaling equipment is carried out to ensure that the signal display is able to show safe or unsafe indications clearly in all weather both sunny and nighttime and must be seen by train drivers who come close to the signal from visible distance that has been set.

2. Visible distance test as referred to in paragraph (1) is done visually.

Article 20

1. The grounding system detention test is carried out to ensure that the grounding resistance of the electrical installation is in accordance with the technical specifications specified by using a test device to measure the earthing tester.

2. The resistance test of the grounding system as referred to in paragraph (1) is carried out by measuring ground resistance.

Article 21

1. Data logger signaling equipment test is carried out to ensure that data logger equipment can record train travel service activities.

2. The data logger test as referred to in paragraph (1) is done by looking, including the results of printed activities and visual checking.

Article 22

1. Tests for selective calls for telecommunications equipment are conducted to determine the suitability of the intended call objectives.

2. The selective call test as referred to in paragraph (1) is carried out by means of simulation using the equipment call button and must be in accordance with the intended call destination.

Article 23

1. Test of clarity of information / sound received by telecommunications equipment is carried out to determine the clarity of information / voice received.

2. Test of clarity of information / sound received as referred to in paragraph (1) is carried out by measuring the sound received by using a decibel meter measuring information / sound received that must be in accordance with the specified technical specifications.

Article 24

1. Telecommunications equipment voice recorder tests are conducted to ensure that the voice recorder complies with the technical specifications specified by playing back the results of the voice recorder.

2. The voice recorder test as referred to in paragraph (1) is done by playing back the results of the voice recorder.

Article 25

1. Tests for telecommunication equipment transmission media systems are carried out to determine the quality of data on the sending side and data received on the receiving side using equipment at least a bit error test.

2. Test of telecommunication equipment transmission media system as referred to in paragraph (1) is carried out by comparing the quality of data on the sending side sent through the transmission media with the data received on the receiving side.

Article 26

1. The stability test of the voltage system of an electrical installation is carried out to ensure that the voltage produced must be stable according to the technical specifications specified using a volt meter device.

2. Voltage system stability test as referred to in paragraph (1) is carried out by measuring the voltage using a volt meter device.

Article 27

1. Test systems can be interconnected with electrical installations to ensure that the system can be interconnected.

2. Test of interconnected systems as referred to in paragraph (1) is carried out in a simulation by disconnecting one of the power supplies in accordance with the specified technical specifications.

Article 28

1. The elevation test and wire trolly deviation of the electrical installation is carried out to ensure that the height and deviation of the wire trolly are in accordance with the specified technical specifications.

2. The test of the height and deviation of wire trolly as referred to in paragraph (1) is carried out by measuring and using height and deviation measuring devices.

Article 29

1. Wire trolly wear tests for electrical installations are carried out to ensure that the wire diameter of the trolly complies with the technical specifications specified using the trolly thickness gauge.

2. Trolly wire wear test as referred to in paragraph (1) is carried out by measuring the thickness of the trolly.

Article 30

1. The electrical installation control (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition / SCADA) test is carried out to ensure that the control of the power supply / SCADA is in accordance with the specified technical specifications.

2. The test of the power supply control system (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisation / SCADA) as referred to in paragraph (1) is carried out by means of a simulation.

Article 31

1. Electrical insulation isolation tests are carried out to ensure that electrical installation isolation is installed according to the technical specifications specified using megger.

2. The isolation test as referred to in paragraph (1) is carried out by measuring the isolation of the electrical installation.

Article 32

1. The electrical installation Linking Breaking Device (LBO) test is conducted to ensure that if one of the power supplies (substation) trips, the associated power supply will trip automatically.

2. The Linking Breaking Device (LBO) test as referred to in paragraph (1) is carried out by simulation.

Article 33 The railway infrastructure function test form as referred to in Article 7 paragraph (2) is in accordance with attachment 1 which is inseparable from this Regulation.

Article 34 Provisions regarding the implementation guidelines for railway infrastructure testing are further stipulated in the Director General of Railways regulations.

CHAPTER IV IMPLEMENTATION OF TESTING AND GRANTING OF RAILWAY INFRASTRUCTURE CERTIFICATION

Article 35

1. Testing of railway infrastructure as referred to in Article 4 is carried out by:

a. directorate General of Railways; or

b. legal entities or institutions that have accreditation from the Minister.

2. Further provisions regarding accreditation of legal entities or railway infrastructure testing institutions are regulated separately by Ministerial Regulation.

Article 36

1. Applications for testing railroad infrastructure as referred to in Article 35 shall be submitted by the operator of railway infrastructure to the Director General by attaching:

a. detail of railroad infrastructure design that has been approved by the Technical Directorate;

b. technical specifications of railway infrastructure that have been approved by the Technical Directorate;

c. working drawings (shop drawings) that have been approved by the Technical Directorate;

d. drawing results of implementation;

e. maintenance data;

f. inspection data;

g. photocopy of proof of ownership or mastery (for new applications); or

h. photocopy of certificate (for extension applicants);

i. certificate of loss from the Police (for replacement lost); or

j. damaged certificate (for replacement that is damaged).

2. After the application has been received in full as referred to in paragraph (1), a

maximum of 30 (thirty) working days will be tested.

Article 37

1. Railroad infrastructure that has been tested as referred to in Article 36 and declared to have passed the test, no later than 14 (fourteen) working days shall be given a test certificate.

2. The railway infrastructure test certificate as referred to in paragraph (1) consists of:

a. First Test Certificate; and

b. Periodic Test Certificates.

Article 38

1. First Test Certificate as referred to in Article 37 paragraph (2) letter a applies as long as the railway infrastructure is operated, unless it experiences changes in technical specifications.

2. Periodic Test Certificate as referred to in Article 37 paragraph (2) letter b is valid for 4 (four) years.

Article 39

1. The railway infrastructure test certificate as referred to in Article 38 is issued by:

a. Directorate General of Railways; or

b. legal entities or institutions that have accreditation from the Minister.

2. The railway infrastructure test certificate provided by a legal entity or institution as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b must be verified by the Minister.

3. Further provisions regarding accreditation of legal entities or certifying institutions for railway infrastructure are regulated separately by Ministerial Regulation.

Article 40

The First and Periodic Test Certificates as referred to in Article 38 shall at least contain:

a. the legal basis underlying the issuance of certificates;

b. infrastructure data consisting of type of infrastructure, location / cross, year of construction, name and address of owner of infrastructure (government / legal entity);

d. test result;

e. date of issuance of a test certificate;

f. validity period of the testing certificate;

g. official authorized to sign a test certificate; and

h. provisions that bind test certificates

Article 41

Holders of railway infrastructure test certificates in operating infrastructure must:

a. operate railroad infrastructure in accordance with operating standards;

b. maintain railroad infrastructure in accordance with maintenance standards;

c. inspect railway infrastructure in accordance with inspection standards;

d. report if there are heavy / major repairs or modifications.

Article 42

1. The railway infrastructure test certificate can be revoked if the railway infrastructure test certificate holder violates Article 41.

2. Revocation of the railway infrastructure test certificate as referred to in paragraph (1) shall be carried out through written warnings in 3 (three) consecutive times within a period of 7 (seven) working days.

3. If the warning as referred to in paragraph (2) is not heeded, it will continue with the suspension of the railway infrastructure test certificate for a period of 30 (thirty) working days.

4. If during the freezing as referred to in paragraph (3) there is no improvement effort, the railway infrastructure test certificate is revoked.

Article 43

The railway infrastructure test certificate is revoked and declared invalid if:

a. severely damaged due to extraordinary extraordinary events;

b. experiencing changes in technical specifications.

Article 44 Warning, suspension or revocation as referred to in Article 42 and Article 43 shall be carried out by the Director General.

Article 45 The form, format, content and color of the railway infrastructure test certificate as referred to in Article 38, as in the example in attachment 2, are inseparable from this Regulation.

CHAPTER V TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS

Article 46

Within a maximum period of 2 (two) years from the date this Regulation comes into force, procedures for testing and issuing certificates of railway infrastructure must conform to the provisions stipulated in this Regulation.

CHAPTER VI CLOSING PROVISIONS

Article 47 The Director General oversees the implementation of this Regulation.

Article 48 This regulation shall come into force as from the date of stipulation.

For public cognizance, this Regulation is promulgated by placing it in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia.

COPY This regulation is submitted to:

1. Chairman of the Supreme Audit Board;

Stipulated in Jakarta on February 24, 2011 MINISTER OF COMMUNICATION,

Signed

FREDDY NUMBERI

2. Minister of Finance;

3. Minister of National Development Planning;

4. Minister of BUMN;

5. Deputy Minister of Transportation;

6. Secretary General, Inspector General, Director General of Railways,

Heads of Agencies, and Expert Staff in the Ministry of Transportation.