The construction of railways requires high adaptablility since long distances with varying soil need to be covered. Different regions require different beddings.
Liquid soil is able to provide an efficient way of tackeling those issue while simultaneously offering a wide range of positive side effects, such as environment friendliness and the avoidance of long-term damages to the railway's surrounding cultivated land. Furthermore, railways are naturally heavily strainedby the constant train traffic.
Thanks to liquid soil's similarity to the surrounding soil, which eliminates the threat of cracks and settlement, this strain can be met optimaly and there durability is being increased tremendously.