The band U2 has always had an international influence on music and, in some cases, politics and apparently on Wednesday night, the band also will have a heavy influence on New Jersey’s transit system.
According to The Star-Ledger, NJ Transit officials have announced a number of schedule adjustments to help accommodate tonight’s concert at New Meadowlands Stadium.
For one, NJ Transit is substituting some single-level rail trains with multi-levels, increasing seating capacity by nearly 20 percent.
You’ll also notice more customer service representatives and employee volunteers to help fans trying to get to the stadium.
According to The Star-Ledger, two years ago commuters experienced several problems when trying to get to a U2 concert at the old Giants Stadium.