OK. So you are proposing tram schemes right across London with the exception of the Thames Gateway and Greenwich water front area which, in the Mayor's Strategic Plans, are featured as priorities for regeneration and, presumably, modal shift. There is quite a lot of concern on the Assembly that there is not a tram proposal on the table. The Mayor has said he is pretty sure that once the transit buses have been running a year or two, we will be able to propose a tram, whereas Dick Halle (Director of Strategy for Surface Transport, TfL) told the Transport Committee: `We do not see there will be an upgrade or a change to a different mode of operation'. Where do you stand?