Road passenger transport

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As road transport ( SPV ) in Germany is part of the public transport referred. It includes all forms of public transport in land transport that are not provided on the railway network that is operated in accordance with the General Railway Act (AEG) and the Railway Construction and Operating Regulations (EBO).

Besides Omnibus - and O bus -Verkehren will also include trams and all other paths that the scope of the Passenger Transport Act subject (PBefG), such as subways and lines of a particular type as the Wuppertal suspension railway or the SkyLine at Frankfurt am Main Airport . For their membership in the streets passengers by the reference to is not street , but rather on the fact that they, like all tracks by PBefG under the Regulation on the construction and operation of roads pave fall (BOStrab) because neither the railways nor the Mountain railways count.

In addition to all non-railway transport of local public transport (public transport) and the order are long distance bus services and excursions and other occasional services with buses from this term covers. The term also includes all occasional traffic with taxis and rental cars .

Road passenger transport, with the exception of occasional traffic, is also known as public road passenger transport (ÖSPV). It encompasses all road-bound local and long-distance public transport.

In the law on local public transport in Bavaria, that part of the public transport system serving local public transport is referred to as general public transport . It includes traffic with taxis or rental cars, insofar as this replaces, supplements or condenses the other public transport regular services (local public transport on- demand and special forms ).

Conceptual breakdown of road passenger transport in Germany
Local transport (public transport) Long-distance transport (ÖPFV)
Road passenger traffic (ÖSPV)
= "non-rail traffic"
General public transport Long-distance bus transport

Statistical collection

In its surveys of road passenger transport, the Federal Statistical Office includes all public land transport with the exception of rail transport, but leaves out taxi and rental car transport.

Professional access

The Occupational Access Ordinance for Road Passenger Transport (PBZugV) regulates the requirements that are placed on transport companies in Germany who want to be active in the transport of people by trams, trolleybuses and motor vehicles in regular or occasional traffic.

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Individual evidence

  1. Article 1 Paragraph 2 of the Law on Local Public Transport in Bavaria (BayÖPNVG), as published on July 30, 1996 (GVBl. P. 336), BayRS 922-1-I. Last changed by § 1 No. 428 V to adapt the state law to the current division of responsibilities of July 22, 2014 (GVBl. P. 286). Retrieved on July 28, 2016 from .