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We understand Corporate Social Responsibility as an essential aspect of our culture and our business model.  We have made a commitment to improve the quality of life of our users. We support our employees and encourage their professional development. We maintain a commitment to the environment. We seek excellence, efficiency and sustainability in our operations, always through innovation.

At ROADIS we want to play an active role in the transition to a more sustainable world. That is why we have developed a 2020-2023 Sustainability Plan which will allow us to maintain a prominent role in the future business environment; as well as bei an active participant in the transition towards a more responsible and sustainable economic model.

Our Master Plan is aligned with the UN’s 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, founded on support for the local communities where we operate. In this regard, we have consolidated our CSR projects into three SDG: Well-being, the Environment and Education and childhood.


UN Goal 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages. By 2020, reduce the number of road accident deaths and injuries by half worldwide.
Your safety, our priority (International)

This is the motto of the international road safety campaign which ROADIS launched in 2019 across all its concessions, with the objective of limiting accidents, reducing accident rates and reminding users of the importance of following traffic regulations. This user awareness initiative was launched after realising that traffic accidents are the eighth most common cause of death worldwide, according to the World Health Organisation, and that nearly 90% of road accidents are due to human factors. The main causes of accidents on our roads are speeding, drink and drug driving, using a mobile phone at the wheel and not using the correct lane.
Predicted to reach out to over 225,000 daily users, the campaign was rolled out simultaneously in Spain, Mexico, Brazil, Portugal and India and focused on 4 major lines: the driver on the road, distractions inside the vehicle, the driver’s physical fitness and car maintenance.

Saúde no Trecho (Brazil)

The “Saúde no Trecho” programme is being developed in various parts of the state of Bahía (Brazil) and involves paying for the medical examinations of disadvantaged citizens. Through the concession holder ViaBahia, in 2018 free medical care was given to over 1,650 people.

5,350 kilometres were travelled, and 26 municipalities were visited, one each day. All people attending receive information booklets on health, hygiene, healthy eating, well-being, amongst other basic advice. Each day, 70 patients are treated in order of arrival. After assessment by a nursing professional, the patients are given medical care. If any patient had a more serious condition, the program had a mobile ICU exclusively for these situations.

Helping earthquake victims (Mexico)

The employees of the Monterrey-Saltillo highway (CAMS) collected food and supplies to help people living in the states of Oaxaca and Chiapas who were affected by the earthquakes. September 2017 was a particularly hard month for Mexico, with the biggest earthquake since 1985. The employees of the Saltillo-Monterrey highway collected 100 kg of essentials and the CESC (Santa Catarina Education Centre) and the Monterrey Boy Scouts Association distributed these products in the affected areas.

Vida que se transforma (Brasil)

Workers at the Simões Filho toll booths collaborated with the organ donation campaign «A life which makes a difference». Employees distributed educational booklets to users of the BR-324 highway to raise families ' awareness about allowing organ donation by their loved ones due to the high numbers of people waiting on transplant lists. ViaBahia supports this initiative as it believes that organ donation is an altruistic gesture which can help to save lives.

151 kilos of food (Spain)

ROADIS employees in Madrid worked with the Food Bank on one of its campaigns to collect food for the poorest in society. Our Madrid colleagues collected more than 150 kilos of food and supplies which were then donated.


SDG Goal 8: Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all
Minimising the environmental impact at all subsidiaries

The Group has adopted the necessary measures to protect the environment and minimise the environmental impact. By developing its activity, which essentially involves investing, operating and maintaining toll roads, ROADIS does not generate a significant amount of waste or greenhouse gases or other emissions from sources controlled by the Company. Nor does it consume an excessive amount of water when providing the different services which are currently part of the Group subsidiaries ' service offer.

With regards to energy consumption, the main element is electricity used to light the nearly 1,900 kilometres of roads which it owns or manages. The total electricity and fuel consumption is not high, and represents 1.5% of the revenues of consolidated subsidiaries. However, the company is analysing and applying measures seeking to reduce energy consumption, such as the use of LED lighting at Viabahia and Panipat Jalandar NH One Tollway Private Limited.

18,000 seed balls (India)

The India team launched a nature support program which involved distributing seed balls to toll users. Each user which paid the toll was given a seed ball with different varieties of trees. By the end of the day, over 18,000 balls had been given away. The concept of seed balls is a very simple but effective planting method, as the seeds are mixed with clay and manure to form balls which do not need to be planted. They just need to be thrown onto a fertile surface, where they automatically start to grow without needing any attention or special care.

Cycling to work (Spain)

ROADIS supports sustainable mobility by promoting the use of bicycles as a sustainable means of transport to get to work. The company 's central offices in Madrid have parking spaces for bicycles in the secure car park.

World Environment Day (Brazil)

Organised by ViaBahia and the Bahía Federal University’s Centre for Ophiology and Poisonous Animals, the World Environment Day brought together more than 400 children along with their parents and teachers from the Luis Viana Filho public school. A day for children to observe poisonous animals closely and learn basic key concepts about them.

Tree and Wildlife Day (Brazil)

A day which brought together more than 440 children from the municipality of Brejões to raise awareness and pique curiosity on issues relating to the environment. At the end of the day, they helped plant 150 tree seedlings.

World Water Day (Brazil)

To celebrate World Water Day, there was a session of film and puppet theatre for 140 children from the María Rosa Freire public school in the city of Salvador, addressing issues relating to social and environmental awareness and how to take better care of our water.

Salve Boitatá, a serpente de Fogo! (Brazil)

ViaBahia, along with the Bahía Federal University’s Centre for Snakes and Poisonous Animals (NOAP/UFBA) and the Jequié Historical Museum, presented the project Salve Boitatá, Serpente de Fogo!, which commemorated the
International Year of Indigenous Languages, and which aimed to open a dialogue with the public on poisonous animals, their legends and the origin of indigenous names, as well as helping foster discussions about the urgent need to protect, rejuvenate and promote indigenous languages across the world.

Education and Childhood_

SDG Goal 4: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all
Collaboration with the Real Madrid Foundation (India)

We want to ensure the inclusion of the most disadvantaged people in one of the poorest regions on the planet. That is why we have helped to change the lives of hundreds of children in India. Over 130 boys and girls aged 5 to 15 have benefited from sporting, nutritional and healthcare activities, regardless of the young people 's skills, capacities or sporting prowess.

In collaboration with the Institute for Indian Mother and Child and the Hope and Happiness Foundation, we work with children and young people at risk of exclusion, in communities where education, healthcare and work based on values are an urgent necessity. Thanks to our support, various projects that are being run at St. Mary 's socio-sports school in Kerala have been launched. This milestone in terms of Corporate Social Responsibility is another example of ROADIS ' commitment to the country and its willingness to keep growing in this region.

2nd Copa Alma (India)

ROADIS worked with the Real Madrid Foundation in organising the 2nd Copa Alma in Kheadah (Kolkata). The tournament involved over 130 project beneficiaries and 16 alumni, distributed across categories from 5 to 18 years old, who enjoyed days which combined football with training in values such as respect, camaraderie, equality, motivation and self-esteem. This is another example of ROADIS 's support for disadvantaged communities in Kheadah, in the outskirts of Kolkata.

CAMS 5k race (Mexico)

The concession holder of the Monterrey Saltillo Highway (CAMS), committed to social work and the integral development of the community, worked with the Federal Police on the 5K race they organized. CAMS sponsored the race with donations for participants in the children 's category, including bicycles, skates, footballs, basketballs and volleyballs.

Axé Project for children and teenagers (Brazil)

ViaBahia is a partner of the Axé Project, which started in 1990 in Salvador de Bahía to help children and teenagers living in precarious situations on the streets. The organisation fights for the rights of children against sexual abuse, drug trafficking and child labour. The Axé Project has facilities where children can develop leisure, art and culture activities based on the principles and ethics of Human Rights. The ROADIS subsidiary contributed by donating unused uniforms which were transformed into mobile covers, toiletries bags, rucksacks, key chains and eco-bags for these children and teenagers.

Travelling by Road (Brazil)

This is a programme focused on child education at schools in Bahia. It involves sending a message about how we drive on the roads to ensure road safety. With this same project, ViaBahía implemented various activities to improve road safety on its roads and reduce the number of accidents and fatalities.

Computers for Casa Cuna (Spain)

The ROADIS team visited the facilities of «Casa Cuna»; in El Escorial to deliver computers and learn about the institution 's work. This donation was made in cooperation with the Heal the World for Children association, chaired by Laura Serrano, whose mission is to allow the academic education and personal development of children at this foster home.

Computers for a primary school (Mexico)

The CAMS offices in Monterrey made a donation of computers to the Belisario Domínguez Primary School in Santo Tomás. ROADIS gave the centre six computers, which were added to five existing computers, doubling the number of computers which the school has and supporting the education of the 360 children studying at this school.