Comportamiento ciclista en el respeto a la luz roja: Estudio observacional

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Saúl Antonio Obregón Biosca http://orcid.org/0000-0001-6915-4671
Esaul Eduardo Reyes Guerrero http://orcid.org/0000-0002-6841-2824

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Se presenta un estudio observacional a través de grabaciones en vídeo, en el que se identifican los factores que motivan la decisión de los ciclistas a no respetar la luz roja en una intersección semaforizada. Los resultados del análisis estadístico chi-cuadrada, muestran que las siguientes variables: hombres de 15-30 años, el empleo de búsqueda visual y el tamaño de grupo, influyen en la decisión de realizar el cruce en luz roja. Mientras que el uso de casco, celular, cubre bocas, bicicleta pública de renta y chaleco reflectivo, se asociaron al respeto de la señal de alto durante la duración de la indicación de luz roja en el semáforo.

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OBREGÓN BIOSCA, Saúl Antonio; REYES GUERRERO, Esaul Eduardo. Comportamiento ciclista en el respeto a la luz roja: Estudio observacional. CIENCIA ergo-sum, [S.l.], v. 30, n. 1, jul. 2022. ISSN 2395-8782. Disponible en: <https://cienciaergosum.uaemex.mx/article/view/16467>. Fecha de acceso: 13 ago. 2022
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