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Contracting Parties

Number of Contracting Parties to UN Legal Instruments on Transport

 

Number of UN Transport Conventions and Agreements per country

 

 

Maps of Contracting Parties to each Legal Instrument

Infrastructure networks

Construction Traffic Arteries, 1950: 27 contracting parties
E Road Network (AGR), 1975: 37 contracting parties
E Rail Network (AGC), 1985: 27 contracting parties
E Combined Transport Network (AGTC), 1991: 32 contracting parties
Protocol Inland Navigation to AGTC, 1997: 9 contracting parties
E Inland Water Network (AGN), 1996: 19 contracting parties

Road traffic and road safety

Road Traffic, 1949: 96 contracting parties
Road Traffic, 1968: 75 contracting parties
Road Signs & Signals, 1949: 39 contracting parties
Road Signs & Signals, 1968: 65 contracting parties
Supplement 1968 Convention Road Traffic, 1971: 36 contracting parties
Supplement 1968 Convention Road Signs & Signals, 1971: 34 contracting parties
Weights and Dimensions, 1950: 8 contracting parties
Supplement 1949 Convention and Protocol, 1950: 14 contracting parties
Road Markings, 1957: 18 contracting parties
Protocol Road Markings, 1973: 29 contracting parties
Issue and Validity of Driving Permits (APC), 1975: 7 contracting parties

Vehicles

Other Legal Instruments related to Road Transport

Inland navigation

Collision Inland Navigation, 1960: 13 contracting parties
Registration Inland Navigation Vessels, 1965: 9 contracting parties
Measurement Inland Navigation Vessels, 1966: 16 contracting parties
Liability Vessel Owners (CLN), 1973: 1 contracting parties
Protocol to CLN, 1978: 0 contracting parties
Contract Inland Navigation Passengers & Luggage (CVN) , 1976: 1 contracting parties
Protocol to CVN, 1978: 0 contracting parties

Border crossing facilitation

Touring Facilities, 1954: 79 contracting parties
Additional Protocol to Touring Facilities, 1954: 74 contracting parties
Temporary Importation Private Road Vehicles, 1954: 80 contracting parties
TIR Convention, 1959: 37 contracting parties
TIR Convention, 1975: 70 contracting parties
Temporary Importation Aircraft & Boats, 1956: 26 contracting parties
Temporary Importation Commercial Vehicles, 1956: 42 contracting parties
Crossing Frontiers Passengers Baggages Rail, 1952: 10 contracting parties
Crossing Frontiers Goods Rail, 1952: 12 contracting parties
Spare Parts Europ Wagons, 1958: 9 contracting parties
Customs Container Convention, 1956: 44 contracting parties
Customs Container Convention, 1972: 40 contracting parties
Customs Treatment Pallets, 1960: 30 contracting parties
Harmonization Frontier Controls Goods, 1982: 58 contracting parties
Customs Pool Containers, 1994: 14 contracting parties
SMGS Transit by Rail, 2006: 0 contracting parties

Dangerous goods and special cargoes

Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR), 1957: 49 contracting parties
Protocol to ADR, 1993: 35 contracting parties
Liability Dangerous Goods (CRTD), 1989: 1 contracting parties
Dangerous Goods by Inland Waterways (ADN), 2000: 18 contracting parties
Perishable Foodstuffs (ATP), 1970: 50 contracting parties