Ciudad, movilidad espacial y sectores populares: una aproximación al Sistema Integrado de Transporte Metropolitano del Gran Posadas, Misiones, Argentina

From a descriptive ethnographic approach this paper analyzes how popular class experience daily the passenger transport system in the city of Posadas, Misiones. The reason that leads to reflect on this issue are the strategies of urban mobility with the popular sectors to access urban centrality acc...

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Autor principal: Paiva, Hernán Ramón
Formato: publishedVersion Artículo
Lenguaje:Español
Español
Publicado: Revista Transporte y Territorio 2016
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Acceso en línea:http://revistascientificas.filo.uba.ar/index.php/rtt/article/view/1881
http://repositorio.filo.uba.ar/handle/filodigital/2462
Aporte de:FILO Digital - Repositorio de la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras (UBA) de Universidad de Buenos Aires Ver origen
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Sumario:From a descriptive ethnographic approach this paper analyzes how popular class experience daily the passenger transport system in the city of Posadas, Misiones. The reason that leads to reflect on this issue are the strategies of urban mobility with the popular sectors to access urban centrality according to their different needs: work, education, health, recreation. Also observe these processes in the context of increasing urban sprawl, the product of public policies and market mechanisms that drive dispossessed populations. Towns are segregated, limited to the enjoyment of urban centrality, social and economic opportunities associated with the location of the home or business. This includes the right to transport and mobility as one of the principles of the right to the city. Finally, a public transport but private ownership should ensure the connection between different urban populations makes based on a utilitarian logic (individualistic) without adequate control of state is observed, leaving the entire organization in the hands of companies.