I think you'd want to do some kind of cost-benefit analysis in the situation you're describing, but I'm very sympathetic to the point you've just made. We have two specific members who have been hurt in the same way you've just described in the example you've given.
The fifth key ask that we had in our remarks this morning was about making it harder for railways to discontinue rail lines. There's already a number of hurdles in place, but I think the one we need to worry about in the bill and the part we need to have removed is that we need to prohibit, for example, hypothetically, a class 1 from suspending service in that kind of situation, if it's no longer economically viable for them, and give somebody else a chance to come in and run it before it disappears. Once the tracks come up, it's quite difficult to put them back.
To try to go back to my fifth ask, I think it's key to what you're trying to avoid happening again.