Los Angeles Metro invites fans to use public transportation to attend the Super Bowl at SoFi Stadium

On game day, Metro will offer free shuttle bus service to SoFi Stadium.

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Los Angeles Subway prepares its strategy to offer the best service to customers thousands of fans who will attend the Super Bowl, on February 13 at SoFi Stadium, in Inglewood.

“We are going to increase the train service so that the public does not have problems getting to the stadium on time. We are going to have our stations clean, it is our day and we have to shine,” Metro Los Angeles spokesman José Ubaldo told Fox Los Angeles.

is the first time that the city of Los Angeles is the home of the great NFL event since 1993 It has been more than five decades since it hosted the first Super Bowl in 1967.

An economic impact study commissioned by the Super Bowl Committee estimated that about 150,000 people are expected to visit the Los Angeles areas during the week of the NFL Finals.

Transportation system officials want Super Bowl attendees to have a pleasant stay in Los Angeles, so ask to avoid the hustle and bustle of driving and having difficulty finding a parking lot near the stadium.

“We are offering parking spaces along the Green line,” said Ubaldo.

To avoid traffic and parking difficulties around SoFi Stadium, Metro will offer free bus service between the C (Green) Line Hawthorne/Lennox Station and the stadium on Sunday, February 13.

Los Angeles Metro also invites visitors to use public transportation to attend the Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s at the Los Angeles Convention Center on February 5 and 6, and from February 10 to 12.

subway passengers will be eligible for a 50% discount on general admission to the event, and it will only be necessary to present their TAP card at the Shoer Bowl Experience box office to receive the benefit.

You can consult the Metro site for more information on parking locations, prices and availability.

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