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Hishiyama J., & Gonzales Taco P. W. (2021). Medidas de Accesibilidad a Oportunidades en Estudios Urbanos. Procesos Urbanos, 8(1), e514. https://doi.org/10.21892/2422085X.514

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Este estudio tiene como objetivo identificar los enfoques para medir la accesibilidad, sus indicadores y los principales temas de aplicación en el uso del suelo y los sistemas de transporte. Mediante un método híbrido de revisión sistemática de la literatura y análisis bibliométrico de redes de acoplamiento bibliográfico, se seleccionaron 54 publicaciones y se identificaron 7 temas de aplicación (transporte público, sistemas de transporte, planificación urbana, uso del suelo, entorno construido, análisis económico y nuevas tecnologías). Se verificó la versatilidad de las medidas de accesibilidad en los estudios urbanos y hubo una mayor oportunidad de contribución científica en temas emergentes relacionados con las nuevas tecnologías y sus implicaciones para la planificación urbana y del transporte.

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