Super Bowl XLVIII is taking place at MetLife Stadium in the Meadowlands, eight miles from New York City. There is only one way to make the journey by train: Take a New Jersey transit train to a station called Secaucus Junction, and then take another train from there to the stadium.
As you might expect, on Sunday, Secaucus Junction was very crowded.
How crowded? This crowded:
According to NorthJersey.com, the traffic jam was created when three trains, each at capacity, arrived at the station at the same time.
Fans took to Instagram to document the traffic crush: