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Last edited 21 Jan 2021
The term pedestrian refers to a person travelling on foot, generally on a road or pavement. This can include people that are walking or running. The term pedestrianised refers to an area (typically a street) that has been adapted so it is only used by pedestrians and not motor vehicles.
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