By  on July 23, 2007

NEW YORK — As pedestrians tried to figure out the best way to navigate the Grand Central Terminal district Sunday, retailers affected by last week's steam-pipe explosion were hoping the increased foot traffic would be a sign of improved sales.

After Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced the repair work would extend into this week, Kathryn Wylde, president of Partnership for New York City, estimated Friday the zone's commercial area could lose hundreds of millions of dollars in revenues, depending on how long traffic restrictions are in place.

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