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July 11 2021 Chicago Loop Alliance Sundays on State

State Street Pedestrian Counts Top 1M Per Week During July

July saw pedestrian visitors to State Street in the Loop surpass one million per week for the first time since the onset of the pandemic, the Chicago Loop Alliance reported Tuesday. The week ending August 1 saw 1,371,570 visitors; week ending July 25 saw 1,005,284 visitors; week ending July 18 saw 1,021,343 visitors; and week ending July 11 saw 1,004,227 visitors. 

Pedestrian activity on State Street overall in July hit its highest levels since before the pandemic, increasing to 66% of 2019 levels in the last week of the month. In addition to the Loop Alliance’s weekly Sundays on State events, Lollapalooza also contributed to higher pedestrian counts. 

“We are pleased to see, through our pedestrian data and attendee surveys, that all of our goals for Sundays on State are being met,” said Chicago Loop Alliance president and CEO Michael Edwards.  

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