NJBIZ Announces Power 100 for 2020, Coscia Nominated
Monday, February 17, 2020
- "If the Gateway Project ever gets off the ground (and under the river), proponents estimate it will double rail transit capacity between New Jersey and New York. Coscia, a partner at Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf with a focus on corporate litigation and transactional law and the ability to sort out the fine print of deals and proposals, is the chairman of Amtrak and one of three trustees of the Gateway Development Program Corp., the nonprofit managing the estimated $14.3 billion bridge and tunnel infrastructure project. It features the replacement of the 110-year-old Hudson River rail tunnels that connect New Jersey with Manhattan and the Portal Bridge over the Hackensack River. Coscia has been a power player in the region – and the nation’s – transportation system since becoming chairman of Amtrak in 2013. He also chairs its audits and finance committee. In addition, Coscia serves as chairman at SUEZ North America Inc. and is on the board of OceanFirst Financial Corp., Georgetown University and New Jersey Community Development Corp."