The authorities will follow European Train Control System level 2.
What does ETCS stand for?
ETCS stands for European Train Control System
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We have 17 other meanings of ETCS in our Acronym Attic
- Early T-Cell Precursors (cell biology)
- Eltham Town Centre Partnership (UK)
- Entertainment Technician Certification Program
- East Tennessee Cave Rescue (Knoxville, TN)
- Export Trade Certificate of Review (US DoC)
- East Timor Crisis Reflection Network
- Electrolytic Tin Coated Steel
- Electronic Toll Collection System
- Electronic Traction Control System (automobile mechanics)
- Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science (various universities)
- Expeditionary Tactical Communications System
- Extension Technology and Computer Services (University of Missouri-Columbia)
- Senior Chief Electronics Technician (Naval Rating)
- Electronic Throttle Control System with Intelligence (Lexus and Toyota)
- East Tennessee Creation Science Association
- Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature
- Employment Tax Customer Service Office
- East Tennessee Combined Training & Dressage Association
- European Topic Centre on Terrestrial Environment (also seen as ETC-TE)
- European Transport Corridor Thessaloniki-Istanbul (Greece and Turkey; rail line)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Further complicating the picture is the replacement from 2015 of the out-dated Automatic Train Protection system, in use between Bristol and London, with the European Train Control System (ETCS) - piloted on the Cambrian lines in Mid Wales.
It also has 710-T1 fuel-efficient diesel engines and are compatible with European Train Control System.
But the rail industry was given seven years to fit the first stage of the high-tech European Train Control System (ETCS).
Mr Burnett said the more advanced European Train Control System will be installed in the future.
A new portfolio of signaling solutions designed for controlled life cycle cost, deployment flexibility, and environmental friendliness * First onboard ETCS implementation on GE's PowerHaul[TM] Series locomotive * More than $60 million investment in Centers of Excellence produces new intelligent control systems * A highly innovative approach underlining GE Transportation's systems strategy STOCKHOLM -- GE Transportation, the world's leading provider of innovative rail products and services, announced today it is launching a new European Train Control System (ETCS) and Computer Based Interlocking system offering.
Consortium partners Siemens and Kapsch are equipping the 230 kilometers of newly constructed line running from Ebensfeld via Erfurt to Halle and Leipzig with Level 2 of the European Train Control System (ETCS).
Survivors and relatives of the dead welcomed the joint safety report which insists the European Train Control System must be installed by 2008 at a cost of pounds 3billion.