Robson Barbosa, Kellen Martins Do Carmo, Felippe Borges, Vera Lúcia Alves Cordeiro Barbosa, Caio Fernando Fontana, Cledson Akio Sakurai, Hermes Senger
Stress, mobility, BRT, Quality of Life at Work
Urban mobility is one of the most significant aspects of modern societies, cities have sought many solutions to make the act of coming and going of fast, safe and pleasant citizens, within this scenario, the model of the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT's ) has been a much sought after alternative, this mode of transport requires the driver to new working conditions, so it is necessary to assess in this professional conditions exercises its activities. Starting from the stress of the operator is an important factor in the safety of operations, we seek to understand and benchmark how the conduct of BRT's is stressful in relation to the conduct of traditional vehicles. From the definition of stress factors, this study compared these conditions among BRT'se conventional vehicles, it was concluded that the embedded technologies, working conditions and how the BRT is within the urban mobility, these vehicles generate less stressful working environment for the driver, generating a better quality of working life of these professionals.
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Robson Barbosa, Kellen Martins Do Carmo, Felippe Borges, Vera Lúcia Alves Cordeiro Barbosa, Caio Fernando Fontana, Cledson Akio Sakurai, Hermes Senger. (2016) Considerations on the Quality of Life at Work of Drivers of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT). International Journal of Transportation Systems, 1, 127-133