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concourse in Transport topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconcoursecon‧course /ˈkɒŋkɔːs $ ˈkɑːŋkɔːrs/ noun [countable]  1 TBBTTa large hall or open place in a building such as an airport or train station2 CROWD formal a large crowd that has gathered togetherconcourse of an immense concourse of spectators
Examples from the Corpus
concourseRecent power surges disrupted underground train service between the terminal and concourses.The research Jarvis embarked on for his book took him into the lower level concourse at Bond Street.Our sales office is on the lower concourse.He was a professional musician and the concourses of the Underground were his auditorium.A runway has been added to the airport; new, expensive shops dot the concourse.When they pass out of the gate and into the concourse the man quickens his pace and the distance between them increases.He collected his boarding card and found a seat in the cafeteria that allowed him to look down on the concourse.After a time, all knew that the concourse was not going to turn sour or break up in a fight.Then they descended again to the concourse.