Topic : Super Bowl XVLIII

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'Mass transportation Super Bowl' not without its glitches

Bus| February 4, 2014
While 30,000 reportedly used mass transportation to get to the game, several fans reportedly collapsed while waiting in long lines for trains. Charter buses were dispatched to help stem the flow.

Attack on public transit seen as top Super Bowl security risk

Bus| January 30, 2014
Law enforcement officials say that while authorities were focused on a public transit type of attack, they are not aware of any specific plans to target the game or surrounding events
Bus| January 21, 2014

Urging the well-heeled to take public transit to Super Bowl

For the first time in the game’s history, there will be no drop-off zone for taxis or limousines, according to the report. With parking at a premium and strict limitations placed on passenger drop-offs, it is estimated that approximately 70% of game attendees will need to arrive by mass transportation.
Bus| January 21, 2014

Michael Strahan's Mass Transit Tips for Super Bowl XLVIII

Superbowl champion Michael Strahan breaks down why mass transportation is the best way to get around the NY/NJ region for a great Super Bowl XLVIII experience.

Accessibility| December 10, 2013

NY/NJ Super Bowl - Word on the street is transportation

Promotional campaign touting public transportation for Super Bowl XVLIII.

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