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The idea of a public transit-driven major sporting event is appealing, but not if multiple transfers are required and there is only one line in and out.
Getting to the Super Bowl was a hot, crowded mess for the record number of people who rode the trains — and getting home isn’t proving easy, either.
As the game ended, announcers instructed fans not to leave MetLife Stadium due to crowding on the train platforms.
Only in New Jersey could a stadium surrounded by nothing but highways be impossible to leave.
— Steve Kandell (@SteveKandell) February 3, 2014