Polos m√ļltiplos geradores de viagens (PMGV)

Lenise Grando Goldner; Diego Westphal; Ilce Marilia Dantas Pinto ; Denise Vaz de Carvalho Santos;
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Trip Generator Multi-pole (TGMP) is a set of shops and services establishments close to each other, forming a "cluster" of activities. This paper analyzes the attraction characteristics of trips made to/from/within this type of poles made by car. This research studies cases in two Brazilian cities: Porto Alegre and Salvador. Using the technique of data collection through questionnaires, information has been obtained about the socio-economic profile of customers, the main characteristics of access trips in order to establish whether the respondent performs internal travel to these clusters of activities as well as whether they use more than one parking area, when they travel by car. The results of these studies seek to initiate discussions about the behavior of Brazilian TGMP travels and to present the initial parameters for the mitigating factors of trips that can be used in a study of impact assessment in the road system surrounding these developments.