CHP, Caltrans launch Super Bowl 50 trade site

Caltrans and a CHP launched a new website Monday to yield trade information to a open in expectation of outrageous crowds flooding a Bay Area for a arriving Super Bowl and associated events in San Francisco.

The Feb. 7 match-up between a Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers will play out during Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, though it will be preceded by daily events during dual venues in San Francisco, commencement Jan. 30.






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They embody a fan encampment called Super Bowl City, that will open in Justin Herman Plaza on Saturday and that already is underneath construction, requiring highway closures and detours around a San Francisco Ferry Building and a Embarcadero, officials said.

Something called a NFL Experience, an interactive thesis park, also will open Saturday during Moscone Center, causing additional impacts in a area.

The new site, www.superbowl50traffic.com, will underline information on trade conditions, endorsed detours and links to resources on choice forms of transportation. It also will have live feeds of CHP amicable media streams to surprise a open of trade alerts and other issues.

“Working with a trade reserve partners, we have combined a user-friendly, online apparatus to assistance a open navigate a liquid of trade heading adult to and by a large game,” CHP Commissioner Joe Farrow pronounced in a news release. “The crowds are coming, though with a small credentials and a lot of calm behind a wheel, we will all get to a destinations safely.”

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