One of the things that was recognized through the Railway Safety Act was that we did not have enough people to handle that. We do now. We hired the last one, I think, a few months ago. So we will have more people to deal with that issue.
Plus, we now have more people to deal with education and awareness. A lot of times the issue with fencing is that when we perform an inspection, if we see there is a deficiency, we'll take action and advise the railway. If we see evidence that there's trespassing, we will impose measures on the railway. However, once we perform an inspection and the thing may have been fixed, with 72,000 kilometres of track, I mean, we will have our inspector going elsewhere, so there's always a probability that the fence.... I've seen fences cut within four hours after they were repaired.