If you’re one of the 80,000-plus heading to MetLife Stadium for Super Bowl XLVIII Sunday night, here’s how to transport yourself to the first cold-weather Super Bowl in NFL history:
From most points north, you’re gonna want to take I-95 South until you reach an Exit marked Sports Complex. Then turn right onto North Connection Road, then left onto MetLife Stadium Drive. Click here for Super Bowl parking info.
From the south, you’re going to want to take I-95 North to Exit 16W, keep left at the fork, turn left on Stadium Club Road, then right on Road D, and another right onto Metlife Stadium Drive.
For more precise, personalized directions, check out Google Maps.
You can find a real-time traffic map here.
Updates on any road closures leading to the game can be found here.
You can take a Fan Express bus from a variety of Manhattan locations, right to the game.
NJ Transit will be running special train service to Seacaucus Junction, where a second shuttle will take spectators to MetLife Stadium. From Manhattan, you’re going to want to catch the train from Penn Station.
You can find a comprehensive list of transportation FAQs here.
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