not interesting or unusual

relating to or designed for people who are walking

The word was found on December 4, 2014 on the online New York Times. The word is located on the middle of the newspaper The word is seen in the start of the sentence “Planners envisioned an east-west underground pedestrian network radiating from two new aboveground landmarks: the Fulton Center, which opened in November and was built by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, and the trade center hub.”

The word pedestrian used in the sentence describes the location and how the planners view the landmark.

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