Mr. Masterson, I'll start with you, but I have only one question for you before I carry on.
Railways carry much more hazardous materials than just toxic inhalation substances. Some of them are called “special dangerous” in the industry, which crews just call “bombs”. Some substances are not even permitted on trucks.
The large carriers argued to us on Monday, I think it was, that if you have access to trucks, you're not a captive industry. You said that is clearly not the case.
Are there any other options for many of these companies besides trains?