Acessibilidade e indicadores de emprego, tempo e distância de viagens: uma análise da Região Metropolitana de Goiânia
In the Brazilian metropolis, the occurrence of constant commuting is a feature of great relevance, but also presents great challenges. For the public managers of each of the municipalities that are components of metropolitan areas, it has fundamental importance to know the needs and availability of activities in the territory, as well as the profile of the displacements of their populations. With this, it becomes possible to develop diagnoses consistent with the reality of each municipality and also to understand the functioning of the metropolitan region as a whole. In view of such an approach and having the Metropolitan Region of Goiânia (RMG) as an object of study, this work is inserted with the objective of exploring the use of accessibility indicators as tools that help planning and urban management from a concentrated study in characteristics such as the time spent and the distance traveled in trips, as well as the offer of jobs in the several municipalities. Among the results obtained in this work is the identification of characteristics that indicate the lack of priority to public transport in relation to individual motorized modes, which aggravates the conditions of accessibility and urban mobility in metropolitan relations. In addition, there is a concentration of activities that causes a certain imbalance by contributing to saturation conditions in Goiânia (capital of the state of Goiás) while other municipalities present characteristics of a dormitory city.
da Silva Gonzaga, Ana Stéfany ; Kneib, Érika Cristine (2020-08-03). Acessibilidade e indicadores de emprego, tempo e distância de viagens: uma análise da Região Metropolitana de Goiânia. (info:eu-repo/semantics/article). Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad de Buenos Aires. [consultado: ] Disponible en el Repositorio Digital Institucional de la Universidad de Buenos Aires: <http://revistascientificas.filo.uba.ar/index.php/rtt/article/view/5529>