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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.
Meanwhile, strong rent growth occurred in up-and-coming areas that are experiencing increased foot traffic due to new residential and commercial developments.
This is not the first set of franchises to relocate branches from the CBD.Last month Subway and Pizza Hut moved their College House branches citing low foot traffic as a key factor in the relocation.
Designed for 15-minute set time and foot traffic in under one hour; 4,000 psi compressive strength in three hours, 9,000 psi at 28 days; vertical or horizontal and interior or exterior conditions.
ShopperTrak, which tracks Black Friday foot traffic, reported Saturday there was a 1.7 percent decline from last year.
The floor is best treated with a preserver/ stain that soaks into the wood as paint sits on the surface and will wear off with foot traffic. I wouldn't worry about the floor.
London Underground needed a solution for entrances that are exposed to multi-directional foot traffic. The design of the matting is said to be unique to EMS, and consists of an aluminum extrusion with the rubber infill arranged in a checkerboard pattern.
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.
The new park schedule went into effect in June but have been re-adjusted to account for projected foot traffic, as schools close down for the summer break.
Comprising of access and destination control systems, as well as information communication and equipment monitoring, People Flow Intelligence oversees the movement of foot traffic within a structure.