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Forget taxis and limos, Super Bowl ticket holders are being asked to take buses and trains to MetLife Stadium on Sunday. ...
If they don't, they'll find parking passes on sale for more than the price of regular season tickets. (Jan. 30)
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SHOTLIST:AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYEast Rutherford, New Jersey - January 15, 20141. Mid of Super Bowl entry2. Tight of Super Bowl sign 3. Wide of MetLife Stadium4. Tight of stadium5. SOUNDBITE (English) Ed Cetnar, New Jersey State Police: (transcript below)AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYSecaucus, New Jersey - January 17, 20146. Wide of Secaucus, New Jersey Transit train station7. Mid of NJT train8. Tight of trainAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYNewark, New Jersey - January 28, 20149. Wide of fansAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYEast Rutherford, New Jersey - January 15, 201410. SOUNDBITE (English) Christopher Trucillo, New Jersey Transit Police (transcript below)11. Pan from parking lot to stadium12. Wide of stadium13. Mid of parking lot14. SOUNDBITE (English) Ed Cetnar, New Jersey State Police: (transcript below)15. Mid of stadium16. Wide of stadium17. Pan of stadiumAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYSecaucus, New Jersey - January 17, 201418. Zoom out from NYC skyline to train stationVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:THIS YEAR'S BIG GAME IS BEING BILLED AS THE FIRST EVER MASS TRANSIT SUPER BOWL.ORGANIZERS HOPE FANS WILL FLOCK TO MET LIFE STADIUM VIA BUSES AND TRAINS. SOUNDBITE: Ed Cetnar, New Jersey State Police:"Mass Transit Super bowl, the Buses, the trains that is how we would like you to get to the Super Bowl."MUCH OF THE GAME-DAY BURDEN WILL FALL ON NJ TRANSIT, WHICH IS EXPECTED TO CARRY THREE TIMES AS MANY PASSENGERS TO THE STADIUM THAN DURING A REGULAR GAME DAY. FANS WILL NEED A GAME TICKET TO GET ON THE TRAIN AND THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL RESTRICTION FOR WHAT YOU CAN BRING ON THE TRAIN. SOUNDBITE: Christopher Trucillo, New Jersey Transit Police"If it isn't allowed in the stadium on Super Bowl Sunday, it's not going to be allowed on the train from Secaucus to MetLife stadium ."BECAUSE OF AN EXTENDED SECURITY PERIMITER, PARKING WILL BE VERY LIMITED. FOR FANS THINKING ABOUT DRIVING, A PARKING PASS WILL COST YOU NORTH OF 150 BUCKS.SOUNDBITE: Ed Cetnar, New Jersey State Police:"We're limited from 28,000 parking spots down to about 12 thousand."TAXIS AND LIMOS WON'T BE ALLOWED TO DROP OFF WITHOUT A PARKING PASS AND FANS CAN'T WALK TO THE STADIUM.SO IF YOU WANT TO GET TO THE BIG GAME, YOU'll HAVE TO PONY UP FOR A PARKING PASS OR HOP ON A BUS OR TRAIN. DAVID MARTIN, ASSOCIATED PRESS