ADELE BREAKS PUBLIC TRANSPORT RECORD
Public transport records were broken during Adele’s visit. On Thursday, the day of the first concert, there were almost 400,000 trips made on public transport, a one day record for Auckland. That night Auckland Transport carried 80 per cent of the crowd to and from the concert. There were close to 27,000 people on the trains and 7600 on buses after the show. On Saturday night 21,000 people travelled on the trains back to the city after the show and around 8000 took buses.