FOX59 journeys to Super Bowl using planes, trains and automobiles

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NEW YORK, NY — Fox 59 crews made their way to New York for coverage of Super Bowl XLVIII on Monday, using just about every form of transportation imaginable.

That journey began on an early morning flight out of Indianapolis that landed in Newark, New Jersey. The big game will take place not far from there at MetLife Stadium, but many activities surrounding the Super Bowl are happening in Manhattan.

That means taking all kinds of mass transportation to get to events, whether you’re media or just a fan.

Fox 59’s Jill Glavan took a tram from Newark to get onto a train. That train took her into the city, where she hailed a cab to get to the media hotel in Times Square.

NY/NJ Super Bowl Committee members have dubbed this a “mass transit Super Bowl.”

“We’ve added schedules to accommodate people coming into Super Bowl Boulevard (and) getting people from New York City out to the game on Sunday,” Committee President Alfred Kelly said.

Stay tuned to Fox 59 all week for behind-the-scenes coverage of all the Super Bowl activities in New York and New Jersey.

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