BY JEFFREY TAVIANO
For the first time ever the biggest game of the year; NFL’s Super Bowl will be coming to the state of New Jersey at East Rutherford’s Metlife Stadium home of the New York Giants, and the New York Jets.
There’s just one major problem with its timing. The route 3 bridge over the Passaic River is under construction, and won’t be finished before Super Bowl Sunday. What this means is that all traffic local, and thru will experience major jams, and delays according to CBS New York.
The Super Bowl is often played in warm climates, or dome stadiums to minimize the chance of poor weather on gameday. This is the first time the game will be played at a cold outdoor venue.
Visitors are preparing for the cold weather, but they won’t be prepared to experience the traffic congestion that New Jersey locals are used to, and with the additional cars on the roads, the locals are sure to be frustrated as well.