Emergency response drill planned for Newark Penn Station

Travelers can expect to see an increase number of police and emergency personnel in Newark's Penn Station.

Emergency response drill planned for Newark Penn Station

Emergency response drill planned for Newark Penn Station

NEWARK - Travelers can expect to see an increase number of police and emergency personnel in Newark's Penn Station.

NJ Transit will conduct a drill at the station beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday.

The drill, which will last about four hours, will center on the light rail platforms.

Light rail passengers will use Platforms 4 and 5 until the drill is finished.

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