DALLAS (AP) - Some North Texas residents had a critical eye on yesterday's Super Bowl and not because they were rooting for one
team or the other.
Members of the host committee that will be working on the Super Bowl in 2011 were in Tampa, Florida, to see how planning translates to reality.
Roger Staubach says in The Dallas Morning News that they're laying the foundation to give them a chance to do things other Super Bowls haven't when the big game comes to the new Dallas Cowboys stadium in Arlington in 2011.
Arlington Mayor Robert Cluck knows something he wants to work better -- transportation. He says there'll be a renewed emphasis on
traffic control after he experienced a lengthy traffic jam that kept him from an awards ceremony in Tampa Thursday night.
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