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The First 'Public Transportation' Super Bowl?

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The first cold-weather Super Bowl is also being called the first "public transportation" Super Bowl.

Organizers hope for better weather than at Sunday's Eagles game, some 90 miles from the Super Bowl site.

In any event, they want fans to use trains and buses to get to the game rather than driving.

Officials said today there will be no tailgating outside MetLife Stadium. 

Fans will be allowed to eat or drink in or next to their cars, within their own parking space.

Super Bowl XLVIII will be held Sunday, Feb. 2nd, at the Meadowlands in New Jersey, and you can see it here on FOX 29.

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