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Looking for eco-friendly ways to travel to Live Earth London? Click here. Looking for eco-friendly ways to travel to Live Earth Tokyo? Click here. Carpool, Bus or Shuttle to Live Earth, Giants Stadium! Live Earth is committed to producing the most eco-friendly series of concerts possible. To do this, we are taking important steps to minimize each concert's carbon footprint -- from powering the stage with clean energy, transporting artists to the venue in low-emission, alternative fuel vehicles, and encouraging ticket holders to take advantage of their public transportation options. Audience travel accounts for the vast majority of a concert's impact on our climate -- as much as 50%! You can ANSWER THE CALL by taking public transportation or by carpooling with 4 or more people to Giants Stadium. The most efficient way to reduce travel emissions to Giants is to catch the bus or train, and we have outlined your mass transit options below. Please book early to make sure that you get to the concert on time. From New York City * Bus from New York City: From Port Authority in New York City to the Stadium: www.giants.com/gameday/DirectionstoGiantsStadium.asp * Train from New York City: From NY Penn Station to Secaucus Junction Train Station; shuttle bus will be provided to the Stadium from there www.njtransit.com/sf_tr_schedules.shtmlFrom Surrounding Area Shuttle bus will be provided from the Secaucus Junction Train Station to the Stadium. * For train schedules to the Secaucus Transfer Station visit www.njtransit.com/sf_tr_schedules.shtml * For bus schedules to the Secaucus Transfer Station visit www.njtransit.com/sf_bu_town2town.jsp?Center=Town If you absolutely have to drive, which is the least carbon-efficient option, use a fuel efficient car and travel with friends (at least 4 to a car!). Evite is helping us encourage fans to carpool by providing Live Earth invitation templates with a cool carpool function that you can send to your friends. Whether you're watching the show at Giants, or having everyone over to your place, be sure to evite your nearest and dearest and encourage them to load up their cars! Get your evites here! Need Someone To Carpool With? Go Loco! GoLoco.org is a service that helps people quickly arrange to share rides between friends, neighbors, and colleagues. Go Loco also helps you share trip costs online. Everyone Going Loco knows that they'll get a chance to post their comments about their fellow travelers and the trip for everyone to see online. How does it work? * Post a trip to any group of people you choose. * See profiles of people whose trips match your own. * Decide if you'd like to travel with them. * Accept a trip as is, or negotiate online. * Meet up at a specific location and time. You can use Go Loco to share rides for free. Or you can choose to share trip costs quickly and easily online before the trip without the awkward money discussion or exchange in the car. Go Loco collects each passenger's share of the total trip costs before the trip begins and transfers it to the driver using online accounts. Go loco charges a 10 percent transaction fee. If you want to carpool, Go Loco. Please note that, due to construction, parking at the Stadium will be very limited. If you purchased tickets prior to June 4th, you will be sent a permit that allows entrance to the Meadowlands Sports Complex Parking Lots. If you purchased tickets June 4th and after, you will be sent a permit to park at a remote shuttle lot. But again, please note that parking will be extremely limited. Apart from minimizing your transport emissions to Giants Stadium you can also offset any remaining emissions*. Live Earth will make this process simple. Stay tuned to www.liveearth.org for details. Thank you for ANSWERING THE CALL -- we look forward to seeing you at Live Earth Giants Stadium. * Carbon offsetting refers to the purchase of greenhouse gas emission credits to compensate the climate change emissions associated with a given activity, product, production process, company, or individual. These credits are generated from projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions.