Empty spaces and packed trains as thousands paid for Super Bowl parking they didn't use
(Source: The Record, February 10, 2014)
NEWARK -- More than $400,000 worth of prime parking for Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium — some 2,000 parking passes and 300 charter bus permits — was purchased, but never used, according to interviews conducted by The Record. Instead, thousands flocked to NJ Transit’s rail service, which quickly became overwhelmed, leaving thousands of fans waiting hours to board trains both to and from the game.
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Tuesday, February 11, 2014
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