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Super Bowl XLVIII Transportation Strategy Leans Heavily On Mass Transit12 / 10 / 13
Leaders of the N.Y./N.J. Super Bowl Host Committee and local transit execs yesterday outlined a far-ranging transit plan for the Feb. 2 game, which is being dubbed the first mass transit Super Bowl. Fewer than 13,000 parking spots are available, half the normal amount at MetLife Stadium, which seats...
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