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No tailgating at Super Bowl

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- The New York area's major transportation agencies have announced plans for handling crowds for February's Super Bowl.
Not among the plans is an all-purpose pass that could be used on all systems. That was discussed initially but was ultimately deemed too complicated.
At a news conference Monday at the Secaucus Junction rail station, New Jersey Transit announced it will offer a special pass for $50 for unlimited travel on trains, buses and light rail from Jan. 27 through Feb. 3.
The game is Feb. 2 at MetLife Stadium. It's the first cold-weather Super Bowl played outdoors.
The host committee announced it will offer round-trip bus service from nine locations in New York and New Jersey on game day, for $51.
Organizers are calling this "the first mass transit Super Bowl."

Fans who do drive to the game will be able to bring food and drink into the parking lots, but tailgate items like chairs and grills will not be allowed.