On the way to the Super Bowl, NFL fans experienced delays and congestion when riding the train. After the game the fans were treated to the same congestion, and MetLife Stadium even asked fans to stay at the venue to let the congestion die down.
We ask that fans traveling by train please remain inside the stadium until further notice. We’re loading a record number of riders.
— MetLife Stadium (@MLStadium) February 3, 2014
Board telling Super Bowl fans to stay in stadium "due to congestion" at train station pic.twitter.com/EH3LXfwzgg
— Cork Gaines (@CorkGaines) February 3, 2014
— Steve Eder (@SteveEder) February 3, 2014
New Jersey transit just rubbing in the loss. Thousands waiting for trains outside Met Life pic.twitter.com/n6xNI7JQea
— Joey Maestas (@SportsJoey) February 3, 2014
“Please stay in the stadium if you are heading to the train station, due to congestion”. Caos all’andata, e al ritorno, alla stazione #fail
— Roberto Gotta (@RobertoGotta) February 3, 2014
Message on MetLife Stadium video board: “Please stay in the stadium if you are heading to the train station due to congestion.”
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) February 3, 2014
Secaucus train junction standstill has now relocated outside met life stadium. Nothing moving to get on train back. pic.twitter.com/3uB5N4ZhgY
— daniel kaplan (@dkaplanSBJ) February 3, 2014