Eric Daleo is Senior Vice President at NJ TRANSIT. He is responsible for the Capital Programs Department where he is responsible for the development of capital projects from planning through design development, engineering, construction, and commissioning. In that role, he is responsible for an annual capital budget of over $1 billion, and manages over $2 billion in ongoing Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funded projects. He previously served as Senior Director of NJ TRANSIT’s Resilience Program, where he managed long-term repair and resilience projects for NJ TRANSIT’s commuter rail system, light rail system, and key facilities as part of the agency’s recovery from Superstorm Sandy. He joined NJ TRANSIT after serving as a Special Advisor in the State of New Jersey's Office of Recovery and Rebuilding. Mr. Daleo was previously an attorney in private practice at the law firm Patton Boggs LLP (now Squire Patton Boggs) where he was part of the firm's international complex litigation practice. He clerked for New Jersey Supreme Court Associate Justice Barry Albin. Mr. Daleo graduated Magna Cum Laude from Rutgers School of Law, where he received the Recent Graduate Award for his professional accomplishments and commitment to the Law School. He earned an M.A. from The George Washington University. In 2019, the Newark Regional Business Partnership honored Mr. Daleo with its transportation Leadership Award.