I noticed that someone suggested that the New Jersey River Line had restricted rail-use to commuters. Do you know if that's just for the rush-hour commutes and to what radius it extends? Our Minneapolis/St. Paul electric LRT can't find legislature funding for expansion, as they are pushing to build more freeway lanes which will sit idle in off-hours. We really need the freedom to reserve the rails for light European DMU trains during the 3 hours mornings, and 3 hours evenings on weekdays. I look around and hardly ever see a passing freight train, so certainly 18 hours is enough to bring containers of imported goods in. The legislators are trying to find work for those whose jobs were lost to those imports. Imported cement, steel, and construction equipment uses the transportation money fast and the same for our LRT, with little left for paychecks. Any idea how this is done? Do they get FRA waivers? Or is this a design rule change?