Newark police warn of heavy traffic during Obama visit

Newark police warn of heavy traffic during Obama

Newark police warn of heavy traffic during Obama visit

NEWARK - Police are expecting major traffic delays in Newark during President Barack Obama's visit.

Police are asking motorists to allow extra time traveling in and out of the city between noon and 10 p.m. Monday.

Commuters are encouraged to use mass transit.

Obama visited a drug treatment center as part of his push to overhaul the criminal justice system. He is also attending a round table discussion at Rutgers-Newark.

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