3 years after settling on Mars in 2030 around 1500 humans faced a problem of increasing its population. Inability of natural conception was observed and eventually lead to infertility crisis in human species. Analysing female and male infertility scientists concluded that Mars conditions lead to various states of psychological depression and other physiological changes in human system resulting in miscarriage rate of close to 100%. To intervene with corrective measures a specific system was deployed in an attempt to battle the conception crisis. The system was called Caviar Transportation System (CTS) addressing Mars conditions and specific to humans` individual habitual and physiological demands. The system was represented by the mobile transportation spheres in a shape of a caviar roe that allowed 3-dimensional traveling. A tailored transport network followed comprising a web of monorails, vertical portals, and platforms of bi-directional roe transporters to support CTS. These complex systems suited movement of a single roe as well a grouped chain of roes. After 3 years in use the system assisted stabilisation of fertility indices in human species.