done on create. it's been a partnership between the railroads, including amtrak, the state and city and then with some federal government money as well. federal government money, for example, in my old life at norfolk southern bit a flyover that got some 80 some metro trains out of the way of some 80 or so norfolk southern trains every day. there's a great project called the 81st -- 75th street tip, it does include 81st. [ inaudible ]. >> thank you, ed. what's the price tag? [ inaudible ]. >> 1.4 billion? >> 1.4 billion, yeah. but a lot of great work has been done and it is a great pleasure from a railroad standpoint as a result. you have seen it in the interchange times for freight cars in chicago come down, the average time. a question about comparing the u.s. rail system to elsewhere in the world. why does the u.s. seem to be behind asia and western europe with respect to high speed rail transportation and then it goes into autonomous trains. there's three or four questions that get into the question, why can't we be like the euro star or something like that? >> i get that a lot.