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Transporte público en Cartagena: ¿Qué factores determinan las preferencias de los usuarios?

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  • Daniel Toro González

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  • Jorge Luis Alvis Arrieta

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  • William Arellano Cartagena

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El presente documento analiza las preferencias de los usuarios del servicio de transporte público de Cartagena de Indias, por medio del análisis de variables relacionadas con el medio de transporte que selecciona el individuo y con características del mismo individuo que realiza la elección. El análisis permite comprender el comportamiento de los usuarios del sistema de transporte público urbano en el distrito de Cartagena y da luces sobre algunas de las posibles razones asociadas a la proliferación de sistemas informales de transporte público de pasajeros, los cuales juegan actualmente un papel importante en la dinámica del mercado de transporte en la ciudad. El estudio se realizó usando modelos probabilísticos de elección binaria (probit) e información primaria de encuestas realizadas a usuarios del sistema.

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Paper provided by UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLÓGICA DE BOLÍVAR in its series DOCUMENTOS DE TRABAJO with number 004300.

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Length: 53
Date of creation: 26 Nov 2007
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Handle: RePEc:col:000162:004300

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Keywords: Transporte; preferencias; modelos probabilísticas; probit; elección binaria.;

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