Respondent: If you’re introducing an app, it’s not so out of the blue. It’s like, “Hey, here is some additional benefits, but by the way, this is what we want.” What I just said summarizes my view on what the challenges are and what the limits are perhaps for app 1.0 without seeming to be negative or skeptical.
Interviewer: (39:18) NO, NOT AT ALL.
Respondent: An occupational defect. But I do think that there is an opportunity that may exist outside of the app, or maybe in lieu of the app. If you partnered--- We are just a road, we are just one road in the GTA that’s part of everyone’s travel challenge. I think that this market, as or more than any other market in North America, where people are being driven to navigation apps--- In a meeting the other day, I asked, “Are we already there? Does everyone when they get in their car assess what their best route is?” I do that. I never get in my car without doing that.
Interviewer: (40:04) SAME.
Respondent: Now, I don’t think we’re there yet, but I think Waze only has 150,000 users in Toronto. It shocks