Factores asociados a los accidentes de motocicleta en Barcelona, España

Palabras clave: accidentes de tráfico, motocicletas, ciclomotores, factores de riesgo, seguridad vial

Resumen

Este estudio analizó los accidentes de motocicleta y ciclomotor en Barcelona (España). 53.190 informes de conductores de motocicleta y ciclomotor involucrados en accidentes entre los años 2006 y 2011 fueron extraídos de la base de datos de accidentes con víctimas de la Dirección General de Tráfico. Estos datos fueron analizados en términos de sexo, grupos de edad, motivo del desplazamiento, día de la semana, infracciones de velocidad, uso del casco y lesividad, con el objetivo de estudiar las características de los accidentes de motocicleta y ciclomotor en Barcelona y evaluar las diferencias entre conductores varones y mujeres en estos accidentes. La gravedad de los accidentes sufridos por conductores varones es superior a la de las mujeres. Se encontraron diferencias significativas en todas las variables consideradas en el estudio, lo que implica diferencias en el perfil del conductor de accidentado.

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2019-10-03
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ARTÍCULOS ORIGINALES