All statistics on this page are for downtown Seattle and represent the most recent statistics available. Figures on this page represent the most recent available data as of Nov. 20, 2020 (the “current” figures are for the full month of October).
Sources include CoStar, Oxford Economics, Placer.ai, Puget Sound Regional Council, Seattle Department of Transportation, Smith Travel Research and Visit Seattle. All statistics represent year-over-year data and show the current year-over-year change (blue) as well as the change at the worst point in the downturn (orange).
“Foot traffic” is an estimate of all visits to downtown by anyone (visitor, resident or worker). “Workers present” measures visits by workers who were present in the downtown neighborhoods with the heaviest concentration of office space between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. on weekdays. “Visitors” measures the number of visits by those who are neither residents nor workers downtown.