|By Karen Rouse, The Record (Hackensack, N.J.)|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
And added to the unresolved question of why that happened is the question of whether a consulting firm hired to predict game-day ridership provided good advice for its
In the time since the
A report on the agency's handling of Super Bowl transportation is now three months overdue.
NJ Transit's board approved the contract in
An NJ Transit spokesman,
If the lessons-learned provision applied to
"The NJ Transit board of directors is leading an independent review of NJ Transit's planning and operations related to Super Bowl XLVIII," Durso, who left the agency last month, said in a written statement about all issues related to the contract. "In light of that independent review, which is continuing, we would respectfully decline to offer any further comment regarding this at this time."
He refused to discuss how NJ Transit arrived at the 10,000-to-12,000 figure; or when the evaluation of the Super Bowl performance will be produced. It was due in March.