Thank you very much.
The minister and I talk to each other continuously.
The classic example is something like a grade crossing where, unfortunately, because of long trains going by, there are several important consequences for local traffic and what have you. In some cases, the solution is to provide vertical separation. That has happened in the Vancouver area in particularly sensitive parts of the corridor.
When we are going to be focused on trying to make the corridors more fluid, we obviously don't want to make life worse for the local municipalities. It's very much part of our considerations that we're not working in silos in that respect, because the solutions we want to bring from my point of view in terms of making those corridors more efficient are not meant to make life more difficult for local municipalities. We are certainly talking not only with each other, but also with the municipalities and all of the players involved wherever there's a bottleneck.