pedestrian traffic

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Noun1.pedestrian traffic - people coming and going on footpedestrian 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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"There is a need to create a pedestrian traffic culture that conforms to the provisions of the Traffic Law.
"What this will mean is with the demolition of the cover, there will be full access to vehicular and pedestrian traffic while the village goes through the process of redesigning the cover, going out for bids, getting necessary permits and approvals to put a new cover on the bridge," Lothspeich said.
MCC0004273 Notice is hereby given that the Council intends, not less than 7 days from the date of this Notice, to make the following Temporary Road Traffic Orders: The City of Manchester (RINGWAY ROAD and SHADOW MOSS ROAD, WOODHOUSE PARK) (Temporary One Way Traffic, Prohibition of Right Hand Turn, Prohibition of Pedestrian Traffic) Order 2018 under s14 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984.
The shelters are ill designed and not suitable for anyone waiting for a bus or getting off there with the stupid pedestrian traffic lights giving way to traffic.
The President added that aside from the bridge being widened from four to six lanes, it is now made of much better and more durable materials as well as equipped with various installations and markers for the safety and convenience of both vehicular and pedestrian traffic.
In order to better organize the traffic, the pedestrian traffic lights at the crossroads of "Kniaz Boris" and "Stamboliiski" will be built for cars as well.
It took us about 45 minutes to get there as there were so many traffic lights so close together, including pedestrian traffic lights, but I did notice many motorists driving over on red at these crossings.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) are trying out a sensor-enabled pedestrian traffic light in Dubai, which is expected to reduce run-over accidents.
How much better the traffic flows in the town when the three-way and pedestrian traffic lights are not working.
"Riffa has grown enormously in size in recent years and the area where the pedestrian bridge is located is among the busiest areas, with a huge amount of pedestrian traffic crossing the very busy main road," said Shaikh Hamad.