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Foot traffic in major US downtown cores continued to improve in September but remains 40% lower than 2019 levels, a new study from Springboard reveals.

September’s figure marks an uptick from August numbers (44.7% below 2019 levels) and July metrics (down 44.1%). But as employees continue to work from home at least part of the time, the gap between workday and weekend foot traffic has widened. Pedestrian traffic is 44.6% lower than 2019 numbers during the workweek and 26.7% lower than 2019 for weekend days.

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