Prevention: A Solution for Mobility ReactivationBy Jorge Ramos Zwanziger | Tue, 12/22/2020 - 17:36
The COVID-19 pandemic has created many challenges for the people in Mexico, mobility has been restricted, particularly now with the Red-Light Status that has been implemented in Mexico City and the State of Mexico. However, MOBILITY ADO, a transportation service company, remains optimistic. “This year was an exceptional year, but we trust that through our health protocols we expect a gradual recovery for the industry with an increase of over half the actual demand for 2S2020,” said Aldo Alarcón, Mobility and Transportation Managing Director of MOBILITY ADO, to La Jornada.
Company officials thanked their users, collaborators and strategic allies for following the strict sanitary measures the company has implemented to diminish the risk of COVID-19 contagion. Back in April, the company was one of the first to start implementing security measures to prevent COVID-19 contagions, both in buses and terminals, reported by Forbes Mexico.
Last month, MOBILITY ADO was one of the companies that collaborated with the National Chamber of Passenger Transportation and Tourism (CANAPAT) in Mexico to prevent contagions of COVID-19 in transportation. “It is of great relevance that our affiliates wear facemasks properly, both terminal and administrative personnel and drivers raise awareness and that impacts millions of passengers nationally,” said Chamber representatives according to Forbes. There were other transportation service companies that were a part of the process as well. “CANAPAT members thanked those who show great collective commitment for a responsible mobility reactivation in our country while focusing on saving lives, as well as recognizing the responsibility that connects all of us as a society for the greater good. The measures were implemented on a larger scale to guarantee safety.
MOBILITY ADO has promoted safety protocols in all the mobility solutions it has implemented in transportation. This has allowed the mobility sector in Mexico to be reactivated as soon as possible. La Jornada reported that the company has been raising awareness during December´s holiday festivities which in Mexico are largely celebrated in big crowds, urging people to be responsible for themselves and others.