Implementation status


ECC/DEC/(02)09 of 15 November 2002 on free circulation and use of GSM-R mobile terminals operating within the frequency bands 876-880 MHz and 921-925 MHz for railway purposes in CEPT countries, enlarging the field of application of <a href="">ERC Decision (95)01</a>, amended on 11 March 2011

Implementation Summary
Yes 24
Yes Partly 0
Committed 1
Planned 0
Under study 1
See remarks 0
No 5
No info 15
Country Implementation Status Date Remarks
Albania No info
Andorra No info
Austria Yes 26-02-2014
Azerbaijan No info
Belgium No info
Bosnia and Herzegovina No 07-01-2020 GSM-R not implemented in BiH
Bulgaria Yes 25-07-2012
Croatia Yes 09-11-2011 Implemented through reference in the NTFA. Issued general licence OD-167
Cyprus Yes 29-05-2012
Czech Republic Yes 26-02-2020 VO-R/1/12.2018-8
Denmark Yes 10-07-2012 Implementation through reference in the national table of frequency allocations and executive order (at present No 459 of 23 May 2012)
Estonia Yes 08-06-2012 Implemented through reference in "The Estonian radio frequency allocation plan"
Finland No 26-02-2014
France Yes 13-07-2011 Terminal equipment use is authorised only with a network licensed in accordance with the French telecommunications law. See
Georgia No info
Germany No 07-06-2011 Germany has already assigned the extension band for GSM-R. ECC Decisions (02)09 and (02)10 are restricted to the GSM-R core band. It is technically impossible to apply different authorisation regulations for parts of the tuning range of the same equipment (GSM-R terminals)
Greece No info
Hungary Yes 05-07-2012 Decree No. 2/2013 (I.7.)NMHH on establishing the rules of use for frequency bands that may be used for civil purposes
Iceland No 24-07-2012
Ireland Yes 04-03-2014 Statutory Instrument 213 of 2013
Italy Yes 05-07-2012
Latvia Yes 23-01-2014
Liechtenstein No info
Lithuania Yes 14-11-2011 Implemented by Order No. 138 of the Director of the Communications Regulatory Authority of 14 October 2002 on the Approval of the Technical regulation of radiocommunications equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment
Luxembourg Yes 25-06-2012 Through reference in Luxembourg's national table of frequency allocations
Malta No 12-01-2016
Moldova No info
Monaco No info
Montenegro Yes 09-11-2011
Netherlands Yes 07-09-2012
North Macedonia Yes 01-06-2012
Norway Yes 06-07-2012 National table of frequency allocations,
Poland Yes 18-07-2018
Portugal Committed 05-03-2014 Not adopted formaly but implemented through Directive 1999/5/EC (R&TTE Directive). Adoption process underway
Romania No info
San Marino No info
Serbia No info
Slovak Republic No info
Slovenia Yes 14-11-2011 2014/53/EU (RED)
Spain Yes 22-10-2015
Sweden Yes 24-07-2012 Implemented by PTS Licence Exemption Regulations. Free circulation de facto implemented by EU R&TTE Directive (99/5/EC)
Switzerland Yes 05-03-2014
Türkiye Yes 04-06-2012
Ukraine Under study 30-03-2011
United Kingdom No info
Vatican City No info