publication . Article . 2015

VIAJENS CURTAS, ATIVIDADE FÍSICA E EMISSÕES VEHICULARES NA CIDADE DE BUENOS AIRES

Farinola, Martín Gustavo;
Open Access Spanish
  • Published: 01 Dec 2015
  • Publisher: Universidad de Caldas. Vicerrectoría de Investigaciones y Postgrados
Abstract
Objetivo: Estimar el potencial de aumento de actividad física y de reducción de emisiones vehiculares cambiando a modos activos las etapas cortas realizadas en modos motorizados en la Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires. Materiales y métodos: Estudio descriptivo y transversal. En octubre de 2012 se realizó una encuesta de origen/destino con entrevistador cara a cara a una muestra aleatoria de habitantes adultos de la Comuna 7 de Buenos Aires (n = 302). Se recogió información de las personas y de los viajes que realizaron el día previo a la entrevista. Las etapas cortas fueron aquellas cuyas distancias resultaron iguales o inferiores al percentil 85 de las distancias...
Subjects
free text keywords: saúde urbana, environmental pollutants, Actividad física, contaminantes ambientais, Atividade física, contaminantes ambientales, enfermedad crónica, prevención primaria, salud urbana, prevenção primaria, Physical activity, doença crônica, chronic disease, primary prevention, urban health
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