The two-day concert of the popular Korean pop group BTS may result in delays of up to two hours for fans who attend the group’s performances at MetLife Stadium on Saturday and Sunday, New Jersey Transit said.

The rail line for MetLife can handle approximately 7,500 passengers per hour, NJ Transit said. The rail line will run trains every 10 minutes after the concerts until 1 a.m. to try to accommodate the large crowd.

Buses will also provide increased service after the concert. Buses service will also start before the first rail service at 4:17 p.m. from Secaucus to MetLife.

In all cases, NJ Transit said customers using public transportation should expect delays.  

More information about traveling to the concert is available on the NJ Transit website.

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Christopher Lang is a freelance correspondent for MonroeNow. Previously he was part of The Record-USA Today Network and served as an editor for a decade at NJMG.

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