Traffic around Mt Smart Stadium is expected to be congested for the next two hours as tens of thousands of Ed Sheeran fans make their way to the venue during peak rush hour.
Auckland Transport said travel to the event has just started in the last 30 minutes and would last until around 7pm.
Church St near the stadium was already congested but flowing and Station Rd near Royal Oak was also congested but still flowing.
Traffic would be the worst tonight as the concert started at 5.30pm, right in the middle of rush hour.
But for all those taking public transport, they would get there in a timely manner, Auckland Transport spokesman James Ireland said.
Auckland Transport was "really pleased with how things have gone over the weekend".
"Everyone has been well behaved and it has been good."
Yes, sometimes there was a bit of a wait, but everyone got there "really fast", Ireland said.
It shouldn't be surprising to experience some delays as tens of thousands of people converged on one location.
Last night Sheeran left the stage at 10.24pm and by at 11.30pm 95 per cent of the people were aboard buses.
However, one person travelling from the North Shore said the line for buses were really long and left hundreds of people waiting to get to Mt Smart from Quay St.
'We gave up in queue and caught a cab."
"At Foo Fighters they (buses) went straight to venue, for Ed Sheeran you have to get off bus in city, walk about 10 mins, line up again and get another bus to Mt Smart."
Ireland said there was some delays but people would not have been waiting for more than 40 minutes to get a bus.
"There was a lot of people using public transport, that was great for congestion," Ireland said.