Transport and access

Metlife Stadium fans and visitors can get access to efficient regional public transportation, which provides transport to the Stadium via NJ Transit’s Rail Line. NJ Transit is connected to Amtrak’s Northern Corridor.

Visitors from New York’s Penn Station are generally dropped-off at the front entrance door of the Metlife Stadium. The ride usually takes no more than 20 minutes without any delays.

Coach USA Bus Service

Coach USA Bus Service Route Number 351 provides the Meadowlands Express bus from the Port Authority to the MetLife Sports Complex building for NFL games and other significant events hosted at MetLife Stadium.

The bus route 351 starts working on two and one-half hours before the start of a match or game. It continues running until one-half hour after the beginning of a game.

The bus line 351 is operational for approximately one hour until the conclusion of the game. The pick-up and drop-off locations at the Sports Complex are situated near the Parking Lot K. Concerning a round-trip, its ticket costs around 14.00$, while a one-way trip ticket costs 7.00$. For more information, fans and visitors of Metlife Stadium can call at (800) 877-1888, Ext. 3 to get more detailed information about transport at the stadium.

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Parking

General Parking Information Parking Capacities at MetLife Stadium are subject to change based on the type and size of an event or a game. Once a fan, visitor, or guest reaches MetLife Stadium, they will face a street level, highway, and variable electronic message signs which are directing fans right to the MetLife Parking lot entrances. Guests with tickets in the general seating complex are directed to park their cars and vehicles at the closest parking lots to their seating entry into the Sports Complex area. Traffic and Parking staff assist in ensuring efficient and safe travel throughout MetLife Sports Complex, and visitors, fans, and guests are required to kindly and patiently follow the directions that are instructed by the MetLife staff. It is recommended that MetLife Stadium ticket holders allow themselves enough time for arrival, parking, and other issues before the game or an event starts. It is also recommended that the ticket holders enter the MetLife stadium early to become aware of and familiar with the Stadium building, routes to their seats, concessions stands, portables, restroom locations, merchandise locations, etc. Parking Rules Visitors of MetLife Stadium must be aware that trailers, trucks, buses, and other oversized vehicles will not be permitted and allowed to park in the enclosed parking lot which is located on the east side of the Sports Complex, next to the Main Arena. Besides, illegal parking outside the MetLife Stadium’s Sports Complex, mainly on areas such as roadways, grass malls, medi