SANTA CLARA (KCBS) — For many 49er fans on Sunday, it was a long wait to get home after the team’s regular-season home opener at Levi’s Stadium as those that drove to the game faced hours of delays.

The trip home after Sunday’s night’s regular-season home game at the new stadium was a mixed bag, at best, for many 49er fans.

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Valley Transportation Authority light-rail trains pulled up one after another to keep the line of passengers moving but for fans that drove, it was a different story. Brake lights and frustration were common in many parking lots.

“This lot is a little harder to get out of. We used to be over in ‘Blue One’ over there and we were out of there an hour after the game but this lot here a lot of the lines aren’t moving at all—I mean nowhere,” one fan told KCBS.

Others, however, took the delays in stride along with the 49ers disappointing loss.

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“It’s not frustrating at all; everything is fantastic.” said another driver. “It was a good game. Unfortunately the 49ers didn’t win.”

Before the kickoff, one fan told KCBS they had to wait for as long as three hours just to get to their parking spaces.

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“It’s a bit of a problem; it’s something they absolutely have to fix and I think there’s probably going to be a lot of people complaining about it,” he said.