Locations vulnerable to vibration have been surveyed, and suitable vibration-damping procedures have been planned. Supporting the rails with pile plates is considered to be the most effective way to prevent vibration. On risky, loose-soil sections, the rails will be supported with pile plates or by replacing the soil. In places where the soil has been stabilised, the rail structure is additionally reinforced with reinforced concrete grates. In these areas, there is no risk of vibration that would disturb residents, or the disturbance is nearly non-existent.