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Sustainability

We understand sustainability as a fundamental part of our strategic vision, and an instrument to build a better world for future generations where mobility plays a fundamental role.

We work every day to innovate and provide the very best transport systems that promote sustainable mobility, guaranteeing the very highest standards of quality and a strong service commitment to our users.

Committed to this transformation, we integrate sustainability throughout all the processes comprising our value chain, focusing our activity on 4 lines and 16 objectives defined in our Strategic Sustainability Plan, SustaiMobility 2024.

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sustainable mobility
User-centric sustainable mobility
Boosting the most sustainable form of mobility and improving the quality of urban life through the best transport services and systems.
Infrastructure to mitigate climate change
Strengthening the resilience of the infrastructures we operate and actively contributing to mitigating and adapting to climate change.
CSR: contributing to diversity and social inclusion
Creating the highest positive impact on people and on communities, and promoting diversity and social inclusion.
Promoting good governance in our relations
Integrating sustainability in our corporate governance and reinforcing transparency and trust with and among our stakeholders.
Our sustainability strategy is fully aligned with our commitment to fulfilling the Sustainable Development Goals.
Within the 17 SDG comprising Agenda 2030, we have identified five that are priorities and strategic in our daily work:
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Quality Education
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Decent Work and Economic Growth
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Climate Action
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Gender Equality
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Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
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Sustainable transport infrastructures resilient to the climate change

Sustainable transport infrastructures resilient to the climate change

Mobility is a fundamental aspect to cover the basic needs of society. Without mobility systems, communities would be unable to function adequately, but it is increasingly obvious that catering to the world’s growing demands for mobility is not possible by simply...