New Jersey Department of Transportation
Jamie Fox was appointed Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Transportation on September 22, 2014. Jamie Fox has a long and distinguished career in state and federal government serving as a senior public official. Jamie has served in senior positions under five Governors from both parties. Jamie’s areas of expertise are in transportation, strategic planning, management, policy development, legislative relations and crisis management.
Prior to coming to the Department of Transportation, Jamie was a partner in Fox & Shuffler. Jamie also served as Commissioner of the Department of Transportation in 2002, Chairman of the Board of NJ Transit, Deputy Executive Director of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey as well as Chief of Staff to New Jersey Governor James McGreevey and Deputy Chief of Staff to New Jersey Governor James Florio. During his former tenure at NJDOT, Jamie oversaw several historic and bi-partisan reforms at the NJDOT including fixing the long troubled
E-ZPass system, consolidating the Turnpike and Parkway Authority and a historic legislative overhaul of the New Jersey Division of Motor Vehicles.
Jamie graduated with a B.A. in Political Science from Villanova University. In 1991, he participated in the State and Local Government program at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
Jamie grew up in Union, New Jersey and currently resides in Lambertville, New Jersey.