What a shit show. I wonder if the NJ Transit higher-ups are all Christie cronies too:
Before the game, reports indicated that “several” people traveling to Sunday’s Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium collapsed while waiting at the Secaucus, N.J., train station, which was serving as the central hub for people taking mass transportation to the game. Problems also persisted after the game, with delays so bad that the announcer asked fans planning to take the train home to wait in the stadium to avoid further bottlenecks.
As early as 1 p.m. ET, some began tweeting about the lengthy wait at the small station, with estimates of one- to two-hour waits for a train.
By 4 p.m., NJ Transit said, the train had carried 27,000 fans to the game, surpassing the old record of 22,000 in 2009 for a U2 concert and much higher than the 12,000 that had been predicted.