PRS-Neoweb optimizes the performance of both track and rolling stock and maximizes the economic worthiness of new track construction and track rehabilitation.

Safe and efficient operations of railways seek to minimize degradation of the track surface geometry and ballast layer; this is critical on track with high speed passenger operations and/or heavy freight loads.

This section describes how Neoloy® based PRS-Neoweb™ cellular confinement system (geocells) reinforces track substructure and stabilizes the ballast layers, subgrade and embankments to minimize track degradation and maintenance cycles.

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Railway Reinforcement


Track geometry and maintenance is very sensitive to the track substructure, subgrade and/or ballast conditions and train speeds and loads.... (Read more)

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Ballast Confinement


Unconfined ballast spreading laterally and causing settlement is a main reason for track maintenance. Attrition from the relative movement of... (Read more)

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Subballast Reinforcement


The long-term performance of the substructure under the ballast layer is critical as it is not subject to regular maintenance.... (Read more)

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Railway Earth Stabilization


PRS-Neoweb™ gives engineers a single soil stabilization strategy for an entire railway infrastructure project. In addition to load support, PRS-Neoweb... (Read more)

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Railway Embankments


PRS-Neoweb™ cellular confinement can be used to reinforce embankment at the foot of soft subgrade or at the middle /top... (Read more)