Road planning

Road planning

This LAP indicates if hydrogen has to follow specific requirements when transported, and if the regulations are different from the transport of other types of gas. It identifes the competent authorities to allocate the routes.
 
Are there any specific regulations or restrictions on the road transport of hydrogen?
A) Does hydrogen have to follow specific requirements when transported? (e.g. specific types of roads, specific route)
B) Please specify the requirements regarding tunnels, bridges, parking, others
Which authorities are competent to allocate the routes? (and at what level: national, local?)
Are the regulations differing from the transport of other types of gas?
Is it a barrier? No
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Assessment It is not a significant barrier since the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR) foresees requirements for hydrogen transport by road. In particular, Annex A regulates the merchandise involved, notably their packaging and labels.
Annex B regulates the construction, equipment, and use of vehicles for the transport of hazardous materials.
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