Yes, absolutely. We have set up a joint committee with representatives from railway companies and the University of Calgary, with whom we have set up a railroad studies laboratory. We also cooperate with the Association of American Railroads, the AAR, which has a testing site in Pueblo, Colorado, called the TTCI. We help fund some of their projects. We look very closely at what the Americans are doing, as they have a budget of $35 million per year. We do not have that kind of money, but their research applies to us in our context because we use the same equipment.
As regards safety, it is important to note that in over 51% of derailments, only one car actually derailed. You cannot see a train with just one car upside down. If it is just one car, that means it is one pair of wheels that left the track. Almost 85% of derailments involve less than four cars. This means that there are actually very few disasters as such.