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foot traffic

n
1. (Environmental Science) the wear and tear caused to a surface by people walking on it
2. (Commerce) US and Canadian the activity of pedestrians in a particular area
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Noun1.foot traffic - people coming and going on footfoot traffic - people coming and going on foot  
traffic - the aggregation of things (pedestrians or vehicles) coming and going in a particular locality during a specified period of time
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The trade in afternoon papers was brisk, yet, in comparison with the swift, constant march of foot traffic, the effect was of indifference, of a disregarded distribution.
Empire State Realty Trust will relocate the Empire State Building's Observatory entrance from 5th Avenue to 34th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenue, a move which will enhance the Observatory visitors' experience, improve foot traffic for the building's 34th Street retail storefronts and improve the commercial office tenant experience.
The company added that this move improve the Observatory visitors' experience, foot traffic for the building's 34th Street retail storefronts and improve the commercial office tenant experience.
I think there's enough foot traffic, especially in this town with all of the tourists, you have more foot traffic than most towns," said John Conway, downtown resident.
The good news was that Black Friday retail foot traffic rose 3.
Some experts argue that strong foot traffic during peak meal times trumps most other metrics.
Go to places you frequent as a customer that have at least 20 employees and a regular volume of foot traffic.
I see very little foot traffic going through it since the homeless took it over,'' said Powell.
Foot traffic on Fire Island will come to a halt when every time-share in the Pines renames itself Wisteria Lane.
The mats feature a new fiat, slip-resistant finish called AlturnaGrip that lends itself to foot traffic on one side and vehicle traffic on the reverse side.
Foot traffic around the trees' base could have damaged its root system, officials said.
The exhibit floor often becomes a proving ground of sorts, as companies with the hottest new ideas reveal themselves through the foot traffic around their booths.