median cut

median cut

A break in the concrete or landscaped dividing area separating opposite lanes of traffic,enabling persons to turn at that location.The placement of median cuts is extremely important when looking for locations for retail establishments.If it is not easy for the public to turn into a place of business and to leave from that place of business,they will not shop there.

Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Economists expected a median cut of 250 basis points, or 2.5 percentage points, according to a Reuters poll last week that showed a wide range of views.
In this backdrop, there was no cut in median one year deposit rates of banks during November 2017, even as competitive pressure forced banks to undertake a median cut of seven bps in their benchmark lending rates (1-Year MCLR).
The median cutoffs in our study, for the masculinity scores were 5.25 and the median cut off for the femininity score was 5.20.
For those reducing prices to maintain sales volume, the median cut was 5 percent (the same as in surveys earlier this year), and the median for the larger builders was 6 percent.