VIABAHIA and the Faculdade Independente do Nordeste (FAINOR), in Vitória da Conquista, continue to carry out studies in tropical soils (also known as lateritic). At the beginning of June, the first scientific article was published (click here to see the article in PDF) in the multidisciplinary magazine Núcleo do Conhecimento, giving the first results on … Continued
ROADIS team in Brazil continues to develop campaigns to combat the coronavirus in the state of Bahia; this time through rapid screening tests for road users. From today, June 8th, the concessionaire VIABAHIA and VITALMED will support SEST SENAT by carrying out quick tests of COVID-19 to about 800 professionals of the transport sector. The … 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.
VIABAHIA, in partnership with VITALMED, the Federal Road Police (PRF) and the Social Service for Transport and the National Service for Learning Transport (SEST SENAT) is developing on the ground – from 27/03 to next April 3rd – a campaign aimed at professional drivers, who guarantee the supply of goods and food throughout Brazil.
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.
Meet Ramit and Sonali
The team dons the “Vida que se transforma” campaign T-shirt and distributes flyers to BR-324 users