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Tri-Rail to offer special Super, Pro Bowl services

Posted on December 7, 2009

South Florida's commuter rail system, Tri-Rail, partnered with a local Miami business to offer additional service, including special, late-night trains and shuttle buses, to meet the demand for Pro Bowl 2010 and Super Bowl XLIV.

"Tri-Rail is definitely one of the most convenient, stress-free ways to get to the Pro Bowl and Super Bowl," said Director of Marketing Bonnie Arnold, South Florida Regional Transportation Authority/Tri-Rail. "We recognize that these are two of the largest sporting events to be hosted in South Florida and we wanted to offer residents and visitors an alternative way to get to the games at an affordable price."

Event-goers can purchase a roundtrip ticket for each event for only $5, which includes the cost of both the train and shuttle bus rides.

 

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