Percepção e escolha do modo de transporte: análise fatorial descritiva e exploratória de um questionário piloto aplicado aos estudantes da UFRRJ (Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro)

Autores

  • Christiane Aguiar de Andrade Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa – Portugal
  • João António de Abreu e Silva Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa – Portugal

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14295/transportes.v30i2.2696

Palavras-chave:

Comportamento em transporte, Estudantes universitários, Análise fatorial exploratória

Resumo

As universidades geram um volume significativo de deslocamentos diários, além de ser um ambiente favorável ao desenvolvimento de novos hábitos e comportamentos, em decorrência da influência exercida entre seus frequentadores. Este estudo aplicou um inquérito, baseado nas Teorias do Comportamento Planeado e da Motivação Humana, aos estudantes da UFRRJ, com o objetivo de identificar fatores relevantes para decisões em transporte e coletar suas percepções sobre o sistema de transporte na região metropolitana do Rio de Janeiro. Os resultados foram alcançados por análise fatorial exploratória e entrevistas. Os resultados corroboram a já consolidada aplicação da Teoria do Comportamento Planeado nas pesquisas sobre transporte e confirma a existência de uma hierarquia de necessidades de transporte sugerida pela Teoria da Motivação Humana, o que destaca seu potencial como ferramenta de apoio à decisão no desenvolvimento de políticas de transporte. O estudo evidenciou ainda a relevância do tempo de viagem sobre outras necessidades, a forte influência dos atributos de segurança nas decisões de mobilidade e uma elevada consciência do papel social e inclusivo do transporte.

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Biografia do Autor

João António de Abreu e Silva, Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa – Portugal

Joao de Abreu e Silva currently works at the Centre for Urban and Regional Systems (CESUR), CERis, IST, Universidade de Lisboa . Joao does research in Planning, Travel Behavior and Transportation Engineering. Their most recent publication is 'Existence, relatedness and growth needs as mediators between mode choice and travel satisfaction: evidence from Denmark'.

Joao DE ABREU E SILVA | Associate Professor | Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon | Department of Civil Engineering Architecture and Georesources (researchgate.net)

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31-08-2022

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Aguiar de Andrade, C. ., & de Abreu e Silva, J. A. . (2022). Percepção e escolha do modo de transporte: análise fatorial descritiva e exploratória de um questionário piloto aplicado aos estudantes da UFRRJ (Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro). TRANSPORTES, 30(2), 2696. https://doi.org/10.14295/transportes.v30i2.2696

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