Auckland Transport says public transport delays after Saturday night's Bruce Springsteen concert weren't good enough and shouldn't be repeated on Sunday.
Concert-goers have complained on social media and to Radio New Zealand that they had to wait for over an hour to get on a train from Mount Smart Stadium when the concert ended.
Auckland Transport special events manager John Strawbridge says it took about an hour and a half to get everyone onto either trains or buses.
Mr Strawbridge says that's not good enough and the aim is for a 60 to 70 minute timeframe.
He says extra trains and buses will be travelling from the stadium on Sunday.