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PROPOSALS OF AMENDMENTS TO THE ATP : NEW PROPOSALS. PARAGRAPH 2 OF ARTICLE 3 / TRANSMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF FINLAND
ECE/TRANS/WP.11/2007/11 page 2 Background In previous meetings, the representatives of Finland have discussed with representatives of many other countries about the length of the sea crossing referred to in paragraph 2 of Article 3 of the ATP for goods that are shipped in equipment used for the land journey. While sea crossings in the Baltic Sea often exceed 150 km, as between Finland and Germany, Finland and Sweden, Finland and Poland, it is possible to use ATP vehicles, which are not ATP-classified (please see map below). (...) Transportation equipment, which is not ATP-classified, can be used due to the fact that according to paragraph 1 of Article 3 of the ATP Agreement each land journey shall be considered separately. Finland would prefer to also include sea crossings in the ATP Agreement if the goods are shipped in equipment used for the land journey and the goods are loaded and unloaded in two different countries. (...) The provisions of paragraph 1 of this article shall likewise apply to sea crossings of less than 1500 km on condition that the goods are shipped in equipment used for the land journey or journeys without transloading of the goods and that such crossings precede or follow one or more land journeys as referred to in paragraph 1 of this article or take place between two such land journeys."
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Score: 746141.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ECE/TRANS/WP.11/2007/11&Lang=E
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ADMINISTRATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE
The United Nations shall pay, subject to the conditions of these· regulations, the travel expenses of the members and of the Registrar of the International Court of J ustice, necessarily incurred on duly authorized official journeys. The following shall be deemcd to be duly au- thorized official journeys: (a) Where the person concerned takes up residence at the seat of the Court, (i) A journey from his home, at the time of appointment, to the seat of the Court, in connexion with the transfer of his residence; (ii) A return journey every second cal- endar year after the year of appointment from the seat of the Court to his home at the time of appointment; (iii) A journey upon termination of ap- pointment from the seat of the Court to his home at the time of appointment, or·.to any other place provided that the cost of the journey is not greater than the cost of a journey to his home at the time of appoint- ment. (...) Court, the Unitcd Natiou, s.hall reimburse the travel expenses for journeys as above. (b) Where a member of the Court does not reside at the seat of the Court, onc return journey for himself and one near relative each year from bis permanent residence to the seat of the Court, provided such journey is neces- s.wily undertaken on official business at thc de- cision of the Court or at the request of the PresidenL (e) When a session of the Court is held ata place other than the seat of the Court, the journey necessarily performed in attending the session. (d) Other journeys on offi.cial business, un- dertaken with thf: authority of the PresidenL 2.
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Score: 745794.53 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=A/RES/85(I)&Lang=E
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DRAFT REVISED CONSOLIDATED RESOLUTION ON THE FACILITATION OF INTERNATIONAL ROAD TRANSPORT (R.E.4)
Each group consisting of the passengers who made the outward journey, shall be carried back to the place of departure on a later journey by the same transport operator. The places of departure and destination shall mean respectively the place where the journey begins and the place where the journey ends, and, in each case, the surrounding localities within a radius of 50 kilometres. (...) - The holder of an authorization may be authorized to take up passengers during the outward journey, on the territory of the country of departure of the service, and to set down passengers on the return journey, on the territory of the country of destination of the service
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Score: 745022.07 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/SC.1/2002/4/REV.2&Lang=E
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PROPOSALS OF AMENDMENTS TO THE AGREEMENT ON THE INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE OF PERISHABLE FOODSTUFFS AND ON THE SPECIAL EQUIPMENT TO BE USED FOR SUCH CARRIAGE (ATP) : PENDING PROPOSALS. ARTICLES 3 AND 5 / TRANSMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF FINLAND
According to the present text of Article 3 of ATP, if land journeys in land transport equipment and without transloading of the goods, are separated by a sea crossing of at least 150 km, each land journey is considered separately. (...) The total length of such a journey could be more than 3,000 km and it might last more than four days, but because of the present “150 km rule”, using ATP equipment is not required. (...) The provisions of paragraph 1 of this Article shall likewise apply to sea crossings of less than 150 km on condition that the goods are shipped in equipment used for the land journey or journeys without transloading of the goods and that such crossings precede or follow one or more land journeys as referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article or take place between two such land journeys.” 10.
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Score: 744782.47 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=ECE/TRANS/WP.11/2008/2&Lang=E
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REVIEW OF TRAVEL AND RELATED ENTITLEMENTS FOR MEMBERS OF ORGANS AND SUBSIDIARY ORGANS AND STAFF MEMBERS OF THE UNITED NATIONS : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Thus, they are entitled to payment of both travel and subsistence expenses and to accommodation in the class immediately below first class, irrespective of the duration of the journey. In contrast, the individuals identified in paragraph 13 (c) above, who are also paid both travel and subsistence expenses, are enti1ed to economy-class accommodation for journeys under nine hours and business-class accommodation for journeys exceeding nine hours. 28. (...) Thus, for attendance at meetings of the organ or SUbsidiary organ concerned, a member could be entitled to: (a) payment of neither travel nor subsistence expenses; (b) payment of travel expenses only, in economy-class accommodation for journeys under nine hours and business-class accommodation for journeys exceeding nine hours; or (c) payment of travel expenses in business-class accommodation, irrespective of the duration of the journey, as well as payment of subsistence expenses. (...) Members of organs and subsidiary organs serving in their individual capacity and permanent representatives of Member States accredited to the United Nations would travel in business class; others would travel in economy class for journeys up to nine hours, and business class for journeys exceeding nine hours.
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Score: 743682.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=A/C.5/47/61&Lang=E
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OFFICIAL TRAVEL
Section 4.3 is replaced by the following text: 4.3 For official travel by air, the standard of accommodation shall be economy class, except as provided in section 4.3 (a) to (f) below: (a) In order to perform their functions, for staff members in the security detail of the Secretary-General, the Deputy Secretary-General and the President of the General Assembly, travel in the same cabin as that of the protectee shall be provided for one member of the assigned security detail; (b) For the Deputy Secretary-General, Under-Secretaries-General, Assistant Secretaries-General and, where applicable, their eligible family members, the class immediately below first class shall be provided for travel on official business and on appointment, assignment or separation, home leave and family visit, irrespective of the duration of the particular flight ; (c) For staff members below the Assistant Secretary-General level and, where applicable, their eligible family members, the class immediately below first class (business class cabin, where available) shall be provided for travel on official business and on appointment, assignment or separation when a singl e- leg journey is 9 hours or more and for multi-leg journeys if the combined travel time of the journey is 11 hours or more, including a maximum of 2 hours of connection time, provided that the journey to the next destination resumes within 12 hours; (d) The provisions of section 4.3 (c) shall not apply to travel for the purpose of learning and development (training).1 The standard of accommodation for such travel shall be economy class. (...) Sections 6.1 and 6.2 are replaced by the following text: 6.1 For travel undertaken during a working day on both the outward and the return journey on home leave or family visit, including under the lump-sum option set out in section 12 below, staff members shall be granted a fixed amount of travel time not chargeable to annual leave, based on the approved route as follows: (a) One day for each journey of 11 hours or less; (b) A maximum of two days for each journey of more than 11 hours. In computing the duration of a journey for the purpose of travel time, each necessary waiting period between connecting flights shall be counted.
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Score: 743434.38 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...DS=ST/AI/2013/3/AMEND.3&Lang=E
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USING FLOATING CAR DATA TO GENERATE TRANSPORT STATISTICS
A further increase in the use of navigation devices is to be expected in the future, especially with regard to shorter and regular journeys. In addition, the harmonization of the European mobile communications market will remove barriers which, at the time of the investigation, still prevented the use of smartphone-based navigation services and thus contributed to the selective mapping of cross-border journeys. (...) In addition, improvements in tracking cross-border journeys with FCD are to be expected in the future due to changes in European mobile communications market. (...) The study also showed that despite the abolition of Europe-wide mobile roaming charges, the mapping of cross-border journeys is not yet sufficient to obtain fully conclusive results.
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Score: 743130.86 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...=ECE/TRANS/WP.6/2021/11&Lang=E
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DRAFTING A COMPENDIUM OF EXISTING PRINCIPAL STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE OF GOODS BY INLAND WATERWAYS
The carrier shall be entitled to compensation for any costs incurred in preparing for the journey up to the moment the permanent impediment arose. (b) Should the continuation of the journey be permanently impeded by an accident, the freight contract shall lapse although a freight charge calculated by distance shall be due for the part of the journey completed. (...) (c) Should the start or continuation of the journey be temporarily impeded by an accident, laytime money shall be due as stipulated in section 10 above for each day’s delay from the time the impediment arose until the journey resumes.
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Score: 742985.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=TRANS/SC.3/R.157/ADD.3&Lang=E
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RULES GOVERNING PAYMENT OF TRAVEL EXPENSES AND SUBSISTENCE ALLOWANCES IN RESPECT OF MEMBERS OF ORGANS OR SUBSIDIARY ORGANS OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Payment is only made in respect of journeys actually accomplished, and costs actually incurred, subject to the following limitations: (a) In the case of members serving in a personal capacity, the travel costs to be borne by the United Nations must normally not exceed the cost of a return journey from their usual place of residence to the place of the meeting. (b) In all other cases, the travel costs to be borne by the United Nations will not exceed the cost ·of a return journey from the capital city of the member's country to the place of meeting. (...) Any necessary rail journeys will be reim- bursed on the basis of first class accommodation if used; journeys accom- plished by private automobile will be paid for at the cost of the rail journey between the points concerned.
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Score: 742888.23 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=ST/SGB/107&Lang=E
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- UNESCO Mediabank Toggle navigation UNESCO Mediabank UNESCO Mediabank Photos Videos Audio Language English Français Español Русский العربية 中文 Filter by Photos Videos Audio Advanced search Date: 2017 Back to all items Number of items: 5 . Image Journeys Through Our… 2017 Alix, Christelle Image Journeys Through Our… 2017 Alix, Christelle Image Journeys Through Our… 2017 Alix, Christelle Image Journeys Through Our… 2017 Alix, Christelle Image Journeys Through Our… 2017 Alix, Christelle This list was generated on Wed Feb 9 13:36:56 2022 CET .
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Score: 741388.04 - https://en.unesco.org/mediabank/view/date/2017-07-04.html
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