Abstract

Embora a noção de equidade seja considerada primordial no emergente paradigma da mobilidade urbana sustentável, o planejamento da mobilidade tem sido acusado de contribuir para a produção e a consolidação de desigualdades sociais e espaciais relacionadas à provisão e organização do transporte coletivo urbano, principalmente no contexto de países em desenvolvimento. Este artigo investiga em que medida planejadores atuantes em cidades brasileiras estão cientes de iniquidades relacionadas ao transporte e a forma como compreendem o papel do transporte em relação a objetivos sociais. Diferentemente do que a literatura sugere, resultados da survey conduzida para este estudo indicam que, no Brasil, planejadores de transportes reconhecem certas associações entre privação socioeconômica e deficiências na oferta de transporte coletivo urbano, mas não necessariamente identificam no processo de planejamento fatores que levam à produção de desigualdades. Tampouco compreendem a ideia de equidade social como central no paradigma de mobilidade urbana sustentável. [The notion of equity is primordial in the emerging paradigm of sustainable urban mobility. However, especially in the developing context, transport planning has been blamed for producing social and spatial inequities, related to lacks of provision and organisational inadequacies of urban collective transport. This article investigates the extent to which practitioners in Brazilian cities are aware of iniquities associated with transport and how they understand the interrelationships between transport and social issues. Differently from what the academic literature suggests, results of the survey conducted for this study indicate that transport planners in Brazil recognise associations between socioeconomic deprivation and deficiencies in the provision of urban public transport, but they do not necessarily hold the planning process responsible for the production of these inequalities, nor do they understand the idea of social equity as a pillar of the sustainable urban mobility paradigm.]

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Published on 01/01/2019

Volume 2019, 2019
DOI: 10.14295/transportes.v27i4.1709
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