The rise of natural phenomena as well as the constraint of the public authorities financial means are an increasing challenge. Hence, and to generate the most effective preventive measures, it is necessary to use the available resources in the most efficient way. Besides, it is a matter of facilitating the demanded safety standards within the scope of the available financial resources. This implies that the maximum protection must be generated by each euro used. In order to guarantee this, a paradigm change of the natural hazard reaction must occur among the integral natural hazard risk management. Considering the aspect of a safe railroad company, the aim for railroad infrastructure is the avoidance of operational restriction damages caused by natural hazards on the one hand, and on the other hand of increasing expenses. To guarantee the maximum protection from the used euro, the risk-based natural danger management offers a reasonable resolution. Regarding future challenges, the railroad ought to establish the ideal risk-based action planning. Thereby, sufficient information regarding potential natural hazards is needed. On the one hand danger itself, and on the other hand the existing and possible future effects of such danger have to be considered. To render a qualitative risk evaluation, the existing planning instruments must be applied ideally and be specifically adapted because a sole visualization of danger is not sufficient for a comprehensive risk management. Thus, those preventive measures that demonstrate the most efficient cost-benefit relation ought to be prioritized. Spatial planning measures that include a long-term and adequate space utilization occur to be most effective for the railroad infrastructure. In order to achieve this possibility, space utilization and railroad face the defiance that extreme events are hard to anticipate and prevent. Hence, both are in need to develop resilient systems. Although both fields are governed by different institutions, they are confronted with natural hazards by the equal magnitude. Thus, and to reduce the risk of natural hazards, it is a matter of space utilization and railroad infrastructure planning to utilize common synergies and aspire a reasonable cooperation. Considering all these challenges, the risk-based natural hazard management offers a reasonable approach for utilization planning and railroad infrastructure. Ultimately, all preventive measures should provide the best possible protection from natural hazards, for human life as well as property.