In July 2019, the States of New York and New Jersey created the Gateway Development Commission through the enactment of parallel legislation by each state and codified as the Gateway Development Commission Act (GDC Act).

The Gateway Development Commission is a public authority and a government sponsored authority with a seven-member Board of Commissioners that is empowered to facilitate and coordinate activities and encourage the actions of others to effectuate the Gateway Program, in particular, Phase 1 of the Gateway Program.

Please click here for Gateway Development Commission Bylaws and Policies. Requests for Public Records can be submitted via online form or the form can be printed here and returned by email, mail, or in person, by appointment.

Information regarding the Commission’s Whistleblower Access and Assistance Program can be found here.  

About the Commissioners

Balpreet Grewal-Virk, New Jersey Commissioner & Co-Chair

Dr. Grewal-Virk is Senior Vice President, Community Health, for RWJBarnabas Health. In this position, she develops strategic partnerships with all of the Federally Qualified Health Care Centers (FQHC’s) in the RWJBarnabas system’s service area, to increase coordination and enabling services that facilitate access to care and reduce healthcare disparities in the most vulnerable communities. In addition, Dr. Grewal-Virk is responsible for RWJBarnabas’ $25,000,000 recurring pilot grant in Newark to develop an academic health system/FQHC partnership aimed at providing highly coordinated clinical care and social determinant of health (SDOH) support to Newark residents. Previously, Dr. Grewal-Virk was Vice President for Community Outreach and Engagement, Northern Region, for Hackensack Meridian Health.

Dr. Grewal-Virk serves on a number of Boards, including the Drumthwacket Foundation, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Lower Bergen County, and the Liberty Science Center. She graduated from Seton Hall University, majoring in criminal justice, and went on to earn her Master’s in corporate and organizational culture, an MBA with a focus on marketing, and a PhD in health and medical sciences.  Dr. Grewal-Virk and her husband, Yoginder, have three children.

Alicia Glen, New York Commissioner & Co-Chair

Alicia Glen is the Founder and Managing Principal of MSquared, and is a nationally recognized expert in impact investing, urban development, infrastructure finance and housing policy. 

Alicia served as New York City Deputy Mayor from 2014-2019. During this time, she successfully implemented “Housing New York,” increasing the administration’s promise of providing affordable housing units from 200,000 to 300,000. In both 2017 and 2018, New York City broke the record for the most affordable units financed in a single year.

Twice named “Most Powerful Woman in NYC” by Crain’s, Alicia initiated large scale planning efforts at Sunnyside Yards and Governors Island, led the rezoning of the Garment District and East Midtown neighborhoods, negotiated the expansion of Google’s campus, and repositioned the City’s industrial assets to support modern manufacturing and film/TV production. One of her proudest achievements was the launch of NYC Ferry, linking emerging job centers and residential neighborhoods along the City’s reclaimed waterfront. She also started, the first municipally sponsored platform to give women the financial and programmatic tools they need to earn money, gain power, and achieve success.

Before being appointed Deputy Mayor, Alicia was Head of the Urban Investment Group (UIG) at Goldman Sachs and co-led the firm’s 10,000 Small Businesses initiative. From 1998 to 2002, Alicia served as the Assistant Commissioner for Housing Finance for New York City where she was responsible for financing market and affordable housing, as supportive housing, tax credit and tax incentive programs.  Prior to that, Alicia practiced at two national law firms. Alicia started her legal career at Brooklyn Legal Services.

Alicia is the current Chair of the Trust for Governors Island, and Chair of She serves on the Boards of Common and Lex Markets. Alicia was a 2010 David Rockefeller Fellow and has also taught at Columbia Business School and the University of Pennsylvania School of Architecture, Planning and Design.

She is a graduate of Amherst College and Columbia Law School.

Tony Coscia, Amtrak Commissioner & Vice Chair

Nominated by President Barack Obama as a Director of the Amtrak Board in November 2009 and confirmed by the U.S. Senate in June 2010, Mr. Coscia was elected Chairman of the Board in 2013. He has served as Vice Chairman of the Audit and Finance Committee at Amtrak since July 2011. Mr. Coscia was Chairman of the Board of Commissioners of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey from 2003 through June 2011. As Chairman, he had broad oversight responsibility in connection with the agency’s varied transportation businesses and $6.7 billion annual budget. From February 1992 to March 2003, Mr. Coscia served as Chairman of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority. He is also a partner at Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf, LLP. He has specific experience in the area of redevelopment finance and has worked extensively on corporate governance issues.

He is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Georgetown University School of Foreign Service and received his Bachelor of Science degree in 1981 and in 1984 received his J.D. degree from Rutgers University School of Law.

Jamey Barbas, New York Commissioner

Jamey Barbas is project director at the New York State Thruway Authority. She holds degrees from Barnard College and Columbia University. Her current position is project director for the New NY Bridge, a $4 billion design/build infrastructure bridge project that is the largest in the U.S. and is designed for future rail transit.

She is known in the industry as one of the first in developing and advancing a methodology in suspension bridge cable condition assessment. She co-founded the International Cable Supported Bridge Owners Committee, which provides a resource for bridge owners in working together to share knowledge and expertise. Her design innovations have been used on the Williamsburg, Verrazano, and RFK bridges in New York. She has served as design manager for several international bridge projects, including in Quebec, Canada, and Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

Jamey also is known for her outstanding support and involvement in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) programs, particularly for young girls. She has mentored a high school girls’ robotics team and a middle school girls program in STEM. She is an ACE mentor, and has served as an ASCE judge for a future cities competition.

Janine Bauer, New Jersey Commissioner

An avid bicyclist since she was five, Janine G. Bauer is now a lawyer and partner with the law firm Szaferman, Lakind, P.C., in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. She focuses her practice on environmental, land use and transportation matters in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She is general counsel to the APA-NJ Chapter and a “grass-tops” volunteer with AARP, where she successfully lobbied NJ’s Congressional delegation to sign onto the national Complete Streets bill. From 1993-2003, Janine was the executive director of the Tri-State Transportation Campaign, a leading non-profit group headquartered in New York City, where she advocated for more capital investment to create a seamless, sustainable, transit-oriented transportation network. Blending her trial lawyer skills and knowledge of transportation regulations and guidance allows Janine to opine with confidence to clients and audiences about what may, and what won’t, create risk of liability for public entities and their engineers and planners when designing Complete Streets.

Marie Therese Dominguez, New York Commissioner

Marie Therese Dominguez was unanimously confirmed as New York State’s Transportation Commissioner on June 20, 2019.  

Ms. Dominguez has worked in the transportation, water and energy infrastructure, safety and logistics sectors for over 25 years, having served in numerous leadership positions within the Federal government and private sector. In 2015, she was nominated by President Obama and unanimously confirmed by the U.S. Senate to serve as Administrator of the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) at the U.S. Department of Transportation.

At PHMSA, Ms. Dominguez managed the development and enforcement of safety regulations and oversaw safety operations for the nation’s interstate gas and liquid pipelines as well as all hazardous materials shipments by rail, highway, sea, and air. Prior to leading PHMSA, she served as the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works at the U.S. Department of Defense. She has served as Vice President for Government Relations and Public Policy at the United States Postal Service, where she led legislative and public policy initiatives for the country’s then, second largest civilian employer.

She has served as Deputy Chief of Staff and Counsel at the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA); Special Assistant to the Chairman at the National Transportation Safety Board and as a Special Assistant to President Clinton and Associate Director of Presidential Personnel in the White House.

For the last few years, Ms. Dominguez served as a member of the Virginia Aviation Board overseeing the policy, programs, and funding for all 66 airports in the state of Virginia and as an Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy.

Ms. Dominguez obtained her J.D. from Villanova University School of Law and her B.A. in American Studies from Smith College.

Amy Rosen, New Jersey Commissioner

Amy Rosen is an entrepreneurial and purpose-driven executive with a demonstrated track record in leading and advising private, public, and not-for-profit organizations through transformational change. She currently serves on several public and private Boards. She is adept in all facets of enterprise management, with deep knowledge of the transportation and education sectors, and expertise in start-ups focused on technology, youth employment, and upskilling.

Amy spent nearly two decades in the transportation field as a leader of urban transit systems and railroads and as an advocate for national investment in transportation infrastructure. Her experience managing a state transportation department, leading the New Jersey Transit Board of Directors, serving as a two-term Presidential Appointee to the Amtrak Board of Directors, and working as a Senior Vice President of Lockheed Martin earned her a national reputation as a change agent in this field. Public recognition of her work includes induction into the NJ Transit Hall of Fame and being named Board Member of the Year by the American Public Transportation Association.

Amy is also a recognized expert on youth employment, the future of work, and the challenges of K-12 systems. She has advised and led mission-driven companies, NGOs, school districts, and state government. She is passionate about the need to provide all young people with the tools to be successful and is an advocate of entrepreneurship. Comfortable with public leadership roles, Amy has served as a Presidential Appointee for three U.S. Presidents and as an advisor to many local and national leaders around the globe. Amy is also a lecturer, author, and public speaker.

About the CEO

Kris Kolluri

Mr. Kris Kolluri is an Infrastructure management and operations expert with experience running multibillion-dollar public transportation and infrastructure agencies such as mass transit systems, tolls roads and a school construction organization.

Mr. Kolluri was previously Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Transportation, CEO of the New Jersey Schools Development Authority, which constructs state-of-the-art school facilities in the State’s neediest districts, and was most recently President and CEO of the Camden Community Partnership, a catalyst for more than $2.5 billion in needed investment to redevelop the City.

During Mr. Kolluri’s tenure as Commissioner of NJDOT, he played an instrumental role in helping develop a funding strategy to meet New Jersey’s contribution towards the ARC project, Gateway’s predecessor. In addition, under the Governor’s direction, he consolidated New Jersey’s transportation agencies in order to create a seamless statewide transportation network. As NJ TRANSIT Board Chairman, he championed the largest mass transit capital program in state history.