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Super Bowl security

Today is Super Bowl Sunday!
The big game is just hours away.
ABC's Tahman Bradley takes a look at the massive security surrounding the so-called "mass transit Super Bowl."

It's the first time the Northeast has had a taste.
Tonight, the main event is an outdoor, cold-weather gridiron showdown before 80,000 fans at New Jersey's Metlife Stadium.

The Denver Broncos, the NFL's best offense take on the Seattle Seahawks, the league's best defense.

The game might be on the other side of the Hudson River, but New Yorkers feel like their hosting.
The big game has been dubbed "a mass transit Super Bowl" about two thirds of people going will arrive by bus or rail.

They'll be under "unprecedented" security. Fighter jets will patrol the skies and State police boast will guard the waters.
    Specialized NYPD units and TSA viper teams will check anyone with packages.

Chris Trucillo, Chief of Police NJ, said "We're going to have technologies that you're going to see and some that you're not going to see."

The halftime show will feature Bruno Mars, along with Red Hot Chili Peppers.

This morning the Metlife Stadium is on lock down. There's no specific threat, but authorities are leaving nothing to chance.