Multiple Bay Area transit agencies will be providing additional/special service on Super Bowl Sunday, February 7th. For a comprehensive guide of Super Bowl Transit options and information please click here. Below is a summary:VTA will be running special direct, limited-stop trains on Super Bowl Sunday, and bus line 251 will provide direct, non-stop express service from the Fremont BART Station to Levi's Stadium at least every 20 minutes prior to the game. Passengers must have a VTA Super Bowl 50 Day Pass, purchased through VTA's EventTIK mobile app, AND possess proof of a valid Super Bowl ticket in order to board these special Super Bowl trains and express bus. Find out all the details here.Capitol Corridor will operate over a dozen trains that will provide direct service to Levi's stadium on Super Bowl Sunday. Click here for more details. You can also find their game day service schedule here.Caltrain will run 3 additional limited-stop trains from San Francisco on game day. Passengers parking at Caltrain stations will also need to purchase a special one-day parking pass at a cost of $20 per vehicle for Sunday, February 7th from ticket vending machines at stations.Caltrain passengers attending Super Bowl 50 at Levi's Stadium, will need to pre-purchase a joint Caltrain/VTA game day ticket, using VTA's EventTIK mobile app, in order to transfer to VTA's light rail system at the Mountain View Station. For more information and game day schedules click here.ACE will operate a special game day train directly to Levi's Stadium. For their game-day schedule click here.BART will provide longer trains during non-commute hours to meet additional expected demand starting January 30th through February 8th. Find more details here.