If I could, I'll just add an anecdote to help you understand that.
Styrene is another dangerous good. Previously, shippers in Canada would only ship that by rail. Our industry had a company in the Kelowna area of British Columbia. They took that styrene and turned it into resins that then supplied a small but important regional recreational boating manufacturing industry. Unfortunately, the short-line railway that served that facility decided to close. Neither of the two large class 1 railways picked that short-line railway up, so they suspended service.
Well, there was no way.... It wasn't that it couldn't be delivered by truck. It was a decision by the shippers that they would not move that product by truck. With the rail out of service, the plant that made the resins closed. With the plant that made the resins closed, the boating manufacturers closed.
There are goods that need to move by rail for very good reasons, and they have to be able to get to market. It's not just our members because, again, we supply other industries. The goods have to get to them at the end of the day.