was set up in 1994 in Graz, Austria, to serve the needs of 32 member states (5) of the Council of Europe.
is one of the busiest railway lines in Britain, providing a vital north-south link for long distance services from London to Scotland via Yorkshire and Newcastle, as well as serving important commuter routes into London, Leeds, Newcastle and Edinburgh.
3bn in premiums over 10 years, is thought to have overbid for the ECML
Handling Time Changing Data with Adaptive Very Fast Decision Rules, Proceeding ECML
PKDD, pp: 827-842.
The 393-mile-long ECML
is the key electrified high-speed railway linking the North East with London.
PD Ports remain concerned to see investment for improved rail gauge for ECML
and Transpennine routes being authorised by DfT to Network Rail as soon as possible.
East Coast Main Line between Doncaster and Peterborough via Lincoln allowing freight to bypass the congested ECML
between Newark and Grantham
In the event GNER's 20-year proposal was not taken forward by the Secretary of State for Transport because of horrendous cost overruns on the West Coast Main Line modernisation, the placing of Railtrack into administration and lack of proper definition of the ECML
upgrade, which vindicated the UK's Government's decision to go for the shorter franchise at this time.
IBM Corp has added support for the nascent ECML
standard to its new electronic wallet in an attempt to spread its use in the US.
power upgrade is a strategically important project to handle the projected increases in passenger and freight traffic on Network Rails electrified high speed route linking London and the south east with the Yorkshire and Humber and North East Regions, and eastern Scotland.
Ian Yeowart, managing director of Alliance Rail Holdings, GNER's parent company, said: "With the announcement of these plans, the delivery of the most significant change on the ECML
since the introduction of the iconic High Speed Trains has moved a step closer.
Ratsch (2009) The feature importance ranking measure, ECML
PKDD 2009, Part II, Springer-Verlag, pp.