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Super Bowl XLVI champions New York Giants return home Monday. Here they are getting off the plane at Newark Airport.
New York City will host a ticker-tape parade and City Hall ceremony for the Giants, and fans are being urged to take mass transit if they plan to attend.
The parade steps off at 11 a.m. at Bowling Green, going up Broadway to City Hall through the Canyon of Heroes.
Following the parade in Manhattan, a 3 p.m. rally is scheduled at Met Life stadium, where Gov. Chris Christie is expected to attend.
Subway riders are advised to use these subway stations to disembark along the parade route:
At the same time, these subway stations will be bypassed starting at 10 a.m. due to anticipated crowding:
Several local and express bus routes that serve lower Manhattan will be rerouted, the MTA says. Find more information here.
New Jersey commuters are being accommodated as well, with extra PATH trains going to the World Trade Center, a block from the parade route on Broadway. Morning rush-hour service will be extended on the Newark-to-World Trade Center and Hoboken-to-World Trade Center routes from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday.
NBC 4 New York will carry live coverage of the parade both on air and online at NBCNewYork.com.