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SOUZA, Raphael Freitas; MARTINS, Laura Bezerra;

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Este artigo apresenta o estado da arte sobre o comportamento de usuários, com e sem limitações físicas, no transporte público. Por meio de uma Revisão Sistemática da Literatura, identificou-se as abordagens, os métodos e técnicas dos estudos, e verificou-se que os fatores de qualidade do transporte público influenciam comportamentos de mobilidade e percepções subsequentes do sistema. As pessoas com limitações físicas, além da segurança, confiabilidade, frequência, pontualidade e a qualidade da informação, tendem a se preocupar com questões como distâncias dos deslocamentos complementares, facilidade do acesso, disponibilidade de veículos adaptados, e condições e lotação das calçadas, terminais e veículos.

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Palavras-chave: Comportamentos na Mobilidade Urbana; Transporte público; Deficiência física.,

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DOI: 10.5151/eneac2018-023

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ISSN 2318-6968, DOI 10.5151/eneac2018-023

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