Also located in Downtown Newark, New Jersey at Market Street and Raymond Plaza. The structure was completed in 1933 and reflects the Art Deco stylings of the time. The building is finished in Indian limestone and has numerous aluminum wall reliefs and ceiling scultpures. It cost $10 million to build.

It is a terminal for the Newark City Subway, several bus lines, the NY/NJ PATH train, and serves Amtrak. It is a major hub for the NJ Transit Railway. It has an Airlink service as well as numerous taxis to the Newark International Airport, which makes it a popular hub for air travelers.

This Pennsylvania Station has a direct link to New York's Penn Station via the Acela Regional service (Boston-Washington line) and several NJ Transit lines, so it can be a source of confusion. As a result, all train tickets to and from either destination specify not only "Penn Station", but the city as well.