I think right now the railways have obtained the ability to discontinue rail lines on a basis that I think is reasonable for the rationalization of their networks. I've always been a little bit concerned about how easy it is for them to go through that process, but that is the process.
What happens now is that if you allow them to discontinue service before that process is run, you're essentially stranding a bunch of shippers on those lines that are about to be abandoned. I think that's a mistake. Reasonable people can differ on that issue. That might be a place where you allow communities to take over those lines immediately or for other parties to come in and run them, on a reasonable basis, as short-lines.
Short-lines get squeezed for both their operating revenue and their capital requirements. This is probably worth spending some time on, probably more time than we have today.