Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, site of Super Bowl 50, only seats 75,000 people. But more than one million people are expected to participate in Bay Area festivities related to the Feb. 7 game. Some local officials fear that the region is not prepared for the influx of visitors. We talk with leaders of the game's host committee who are presenting event details to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Monday.
Gridiron Gridlock? Super Bowl 50 Organizers Respond to Traffic, Security Concerns
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Daniel Lurie, chair, San Francisco Bay Area Super 50 Bowl Host Committee; CEO of Tipping Point Community
Keith Bruce, CEO, San Francisco Bay Area Super 50 Bowl Host Committee
Malia Cohen, represents District 10, San Francisco Board of Supervisors