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foot traffic

noun
1.
the wear and tear caused to a surface by people walking on it
2.
(US & Canadian) the activity of pedestrians in a particular area
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  • It was no more than fit for foot traffic, but for this it was very convenient.

    The Mercy of Allah Hilaire Belloc
  • Inca "roads" were designed for foot traffic, and steps were the means used for going up slopes.

  • Then appeared a second entrance, a double one for horse and foot traffic, each gate defended by its drawbridge.

    Legends of the Bastille Frantz Funck-Brentano
  • In three places the Dana was bridged over for vehicular traffic, and in two others for foot traffic.

    Freeland Theodor Hertzka

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