On September 12, the CAMS team developed a day of cleanliness and environmental sensitivity in the bed of the Santa Catarina River. The initiative is included in the environmental compensation plan for the construction of the Santa Catarina Viaduct. Since 9:00 am, our 24 volunteers collected 13 cubic meters of solid waste from the banks … Continued
During the month of August, ROADIS has developed a reforestation program of local species in the municipality of Mina, in Nuevo León. Esta iniciativa se enmarca en el plan de responsabilidad corporativa asociado al Viaducto Santa Catarina; y ha sido posible gracias a la colaboración de las autoridades ejidales y a la Comisión Nacional Forestal … Continued
CAMS has begun a process of modernization by carrying out improvement works in all the concessioned track. The construction of a third lane in some of the sections and the relocation of the toll booths, together with the implementation of new road safety elements, are some of the novelties of this CAMS 2.0. In addition, … Continued
ROADIS continues to make progress in its strategy to support the local communities in which it operates, committed even more strongly in the current context. On this occasion, on the occasion of International Environment Day, members of the team working on the construction of the Santa Catarina Viaduct participated in a waste collection on the … Continued
CAMS continues to make progress in its policy of supporting the local communities in which it operates, committed even more strongly in the current context. In this case, as an active member of the community, it has collaborated with disadvantaged families in the Municipality of Santa Catarina.
CAMS, within its concern for collaborating with the local communities in which it operates; as well as contributing to improving the environment surrounding the Monterrey-Saltillo highway, carried out a joint action with the city council of the municipality of Santa Catarina.
ROADIS has reached financial close for the construction of the Santa Catarina Viaduct in Mexico, which will have a total investment under management of approximately 7 billion Mexican pesos (approximately 330 million euros).
ROADIS and the Secretariat of Communications and Transport (SCT) have signed the agreement to proceed with the construction and operation of the Monterrey-Saltillo highway extension, called the Santa Catarina Viaduct. This initiative has been made possible thanks to the close collaboration between the SCT, the Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP), the Government of the State of Nuevo León, CONAGUA, SEMARNAT, local authorities and ROADIS.