The creation of multi-purpose infrastructure for sports, like mountain biking, running and trekking, or simply for walking through green areas, can sometimes mean that trails are located in relatively isolated areas that are not immediately accessible, or even on steep inclines. In these situations, FAE heads provide increased safety and productivity when building and maintaining these pathways compared to self-powered vehicles. FAE equipment lets you mill and stabilize the base, including incorporating binding and stabilizing agents into the substrate (where applicable) in a single pass, making the construction of such infrastructure simpler and more effective. Compared to traditional restoration, which involves scarification followed by filling with the stabilized material, the use of FAE technology means that milling, stabilization, and the incorporation of any binding and stabilizing agents into the substrate can be performed in just one pass. This also makes regular maintenance simple and effective.