The Solidarity Project was a joint effort of Riteve, Public Force and Transit Police to donate a total of 750 days to families affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, in addition, they are neighbors of our 17 stations located throughout the country
This was carried out on the inspection lines of the Riteve Heredia Station, which were converted into a solidarity factory during May 1st, with more than 50 volunteers from Riteve and the Transit Police who enlisted and packed the food and basic necessities. For its part, the Public Force in coordination with the community forces such as local emergency committees, development associations and similar, made the deliveries.
The “Remangados” program creates a link between the close communities from Rivete stations and the volunteers.
Through an internal contest, the different stations show their projects related to social shortage that affect the neighbors in their search for approval and budget to develop them. These projects are developed with the help of volunteers and under an integration outline that involves parents, communal development associations, nonprofit organizations and other interested parts.
Motorcyclists have been one of the main topics since they are very vulnerable and there are deaths practically every day.
Through the tour “Responsible Motorcyclist”, these drivers have been invited to the Riteve Stations where they are told that authorities and people in charge of the road safety are on their side and the change of attitude on their behavior while driving could really save their lives. During this activity, visual inspections are done as well as gas tests of the participants’ motorcycles. In addition, people in charge share safety and saving tips, among other information.