Coachella Valley Strong

Show Your Appreciation for Essential Workers!

SunLine Transit Agency invites the community to join a campaign thanking the essential workers who are keeping Coachella Valley moving forward during the COVID-19 pandemic. #CoachelleValleyStrong gives residents of the Coachella Valley a way to recognize and thank those who are working on the front lines, delivering encouragement and gratitude to those who most deserve it.

Moving Forward

SunLine Transit Agency is transforming two buses and 70 bus shelters with an exciting new look for the #CoachellaValleyStrong campaign. Puzzle pieces and gear themes were chosen for the design to symbolize the unity of the nine cities and unincorporated areas that make up our greater Coachella Valley community. Let’s come together to thank the essential workers that have kept Coachella Valley moving forward. Together, we are stronger.

Ways to Get Involved

  1. You take photos and video of our bus wraps featuring the #CoachellaValleyStrong designs and share those photos to social media with #CoachellaValleyStrong.
  2. You can also download the #CoachellaValleyStrong gear icon or puzzle piece and add it to your social media profile. 
    Download Social Media Gear Icon Image or Download Social Media Puzzle Piece Image
  3. Or download a support sheet and take photos with the gear icon or puzzle piece and share those photos to social media with #CoachellaValleyStrong. SunLine will share these posts through social media and will place them in areas where essential workers can see and enjoy.
    Download Printable Gear Icon or Download Printable Puzzle Piece

Submit a Story 

Aside from sharing photos and posts to social media, you can also give a shout-out a specific essential worker! Share a story or a brief note of encouragement for someone within the 16 essential functions.

Let’s show our appreciation for our healthcare professionals, first responders, grocery store employees, mail carriers, trash collectors, just to name a few, and of course transit workers. 

Submit a Story