Red meta-analytical retrospective of the policies in the handling of risks of transportation in the City of Mexico

Celia Yaneth Quiroz Campas, José Marcos Bustos Aguayo, Margarita Juárez Nájera, Eyder Bolivar Mojica, María Luisa Quintero Soto and Cruz García Lirios

Net Journal of Social Sciences
Published: October 23 2019
Volume 7, Issue 4
Pages 92-100


The objective of this study was to carry out a systematic review of the literature to reveal the policies of metropolitan mobility and peri-urban health, focusing the discussion on the effects of public transport safety on the health of users. The purpose of the study is to carry out a systematic review of the random effects of public transport on the health of users in order to test the hypothesis of homogeneity. A documentary, retrospective and meta-analytic study was carried out with a non-probabilistic selection of indexed sources published from 2010 to 2019 and search with the key words. Findings show prevalence of data that sustain the non-exposure to risk events derived from mobility policies in public transport safety and the health of users. Political comparisons reveal the prevention of the effects of risk events on the health of users. In conclusion, mobility policies, focused on the effects of transport safety on the health of users, do not recognize the risks of exposure or the short, medium and long-term consequences.

Keywords: Mobility, public transport, security, meta-analysis, governance.

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