Transit troubles, unseasonable temperatures make New Jersey-New York Super Bowl memorable

  • Article by: DAVID PORTER , Associated Press
  • Updated: February 3, 2014 - 12:35 AM

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The first outdoor, cold-weather Super Bowl in the nation's most congested region confounded skeptics on the first count, as unseasonably warm temperatures served as a pleasant backdrop for Sunday's NFL title game. But long delays leaving MetLife Stadium for the thousands who heeded organizers' advice and took mass transit left a sour taste.

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traphelerFeb. 2, 14 3:25 PM

Sounds like the Port Authority must have been managing this one. Probably doing a "traffic survey." Where was Gov. Christie??

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melonicityFeb. 2, 14 4:05 PM

i will never understand the appeal of these events. i can sit on my own furniture, watch it on an hd tv in a climate controlled setting with a fridge and restroom at my disposal.

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bluedevil101Feb. 2, 14 5:27 PM

Those who pay the freight in the stadiums need a bigger say in how teams go after the season. If the Vikings had tanked games after what they charge for season tickets--well, that would be a crime. Now, I have to anti-up thousands in PSL fees...there better be no talk of tanking-not at those rates.

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