KMJ Consulting, Inc. has rich experience in transportation engineering, stakeholder engagement and training. Below are some of KMJ’s past and ongoing projects.

Traffic Engineering and Traffic Signal Design

Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Highway Safety Improvement Program

PennDOT District 6-0 is seeking innovative low-cost safety approaches to improve high crash locations and corridors within the district. Types of low-cost safety countermeasures include, improved signage, pavement markings, traffic signal design and pedestrian signal installation. KMJ has completed signal design plan sets as well as intersection and corridor-level improvements.
American Street Improvement Project – Design

KMJ was responsible for the Traffic Control plans for this 1.8-mile roadway segment. KMJ developed a sequence of construction with consideration for both roadway and green stormwater infrastructure (GSI) improvements, as well as ensuring pedestrian and truck access to businesses throughout construction. KMJ developed Traffic Control plans adhering to PennDOT and City of Philadelphia standards along with detour plans where necessary. In addition, KMJ designed 24 ADA Curb Ramps at the intersections of Cumberland Street, Dauphin Street, and Susquehanna Street on American Street. The curb ramps are designed to meet PennDOT and City of Philadelphia standards.
City of Philadelphia Traffic Signal Design Lincoln Drive Resurfacing and Restoration

KMJ prepared final traffic signal permit plans for six intersections along Lincoln Drive from Ridge Avenue to Wayne Avenue and along Wissahickon Avenue from Lincoln Drive to Rittenhouse Street as part of the broader roadway reconstruction project. The project is a collaborative and integrated effort between the consultant team (Baker/KMJ/Gilmore) and the COP Department of Streets. Success of this project is based upon the integrated approach to design within the constraints of the budget.
City of Philadelphia Department of Streets Historic Streets Curb Ramp Design

Four historic streets were reconstructed (Maiden Street in Manayunk, American Street, Waverly Street and Philip Street located in Center City). KMJ was responsible for designing a total of 14 ADA curb ramps, to comply with both PennDOT and the City of Philadelphia standards. The historic nature of the roadways and adjacent buildings presented a number of design challenges that are being addressed to provide access in these areas.
City of Philadelphia Traffic Operations and ITS (TOITS) Bustleton Avenue South

The City of Philadelphia Department of Streets sought to identify, plan, design and construct improvements to make streets and intersections safer for all roadway users. This program was the design and implementation of traffic signal and operational safety improvements along several corridors in the City of Philadelphia through a federal TIGER3 Grant. KMJ was responsible for preparing the safety review report for the entire Bustleton Avenue South corridor along with preliminary and final design plans for 11 signalized intersections. This fast-tracked effort required significant coordination between and among the team as well as across projects being completed for different city departments to ensure a seamless design and implementation.

Traffic Analysis

City of Philadelphia Roosevelt Boulevard Multimodal Corridor Program

The City of Philadelphia Department of Streets has taken on the robust effort to transform the bustling yet problematic Roosevelt Boulevard to a modern multimodal transportation corridor. This project aims to envision a new corridor which will ensure that travelers on the Boulevard as well as the surrounding communities have safe, reliable, and diverse opportunities to access neighborhood and regional amenities. KMJ is responsible for preparing the Synchro Model for 38 complex intersections along the Roosevelt Boulevard Corridor, between Broad Street and Devereaux Street.
Amtrak 30th Street Station Master Plan

AMTRAK, Drexel University, and Brandywine Realty Trust joined together to have a 30th Street Station District Joint Master Plan. The Master Plan will take into account development in and around the 30th Street Station area, including Drexel University’s Innovation Neighborhood. The consulting team evaluated both the existing and project future conditions with emphasis on multi-modal transportation in hopes to lessen congestion in the future. KMJ was responsible for collecting and evaluating the current vehicular traffic conditions in the area surrounding 30th Street Station; as well as comparing the current conditions to several studies previously conducted in the area.
PennDOT District 6 – I-95 Central and South Philadelphia Project

PennDOT has been working to reconstruct I-95 in Bucks, Philadelphia, and Delaware counties. The section of I-95 in Philadelphia County between I-676 and Broad Street has many unique challenges in the design phase, including the proximity of Columbus Boulevard and the proposed I-95 Cap Project (construction of a waterfront park capping I-95). The project aims to provide PennDOT with a design that will maintain access for all interstate and local road users, create a roadway network that will accommodate future growth and allow for the inclusion of the I-95 Cap Project. KMJ is responsible for conducting I-95 and I-76 freeway, ramp and weaving segment analysis for existing conditions, three no build conditions, and three build alternatives for the weekday morning and afternoon peak hours.

Stakeholder Engagement, Training, and Helpdesk

American Street Improvement Project – Public Involvement

The City of Philadelphia Department of Streets teamed with the Philadelphia Water Department to design the American Street Improvement Project. The project extends nearly two miles from Girard Avenue to Indiana Avenue. KMJ provided public and stakeholder engagement, Traffic Control Plans and ADA Curb Ramp Design Services for this contract. It was truly a team effort with Gilmore and Associates, Inc. leading the way as the prime and JMT and KMJ alongside. KMJ’s role in the stakeholder engagement aspect was to provide effective and efficient coordination for the City Project Team, multi-agency Project Steering Committee and the public by facilitating all meetings which include Lunchtime Business Meetings and six Public Open Houses. KMJ ensured strong communication by creating an online collaborative tool for file sharing, calendar management, and project updates. More than 20 stakeholder-related meetings were held during the 15-month project duration.
New York Metropolitan Transportation Council: Transportation Information Gateway

The New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC) is a member-agency-guided MPO that serves as a planning forum for NYC, Long Island, and the Lower Hudson Valley. To help address transportation-related needs and forecasting future conditions, NYMTC sought a specialized web-based transportation application (the Transportation Information Gateway). As a liaison between the NYMTC stakeholders and the Cambridge Systematics development team, KMJ fostered constructive dialogue to meet project requirements and address test-user feedback.
National Performance Management Research Data Set

The Center of Advanced Transportation Technology (CATT Lab) at the University of Maryland, along with INRIX, KMJ Consulting, Inc., and others provide transportation administrators with data and technical support to accurately pinpoint where infrastructure improvements are needed most. The CATT Lab, as the primary contractor, will operate the data portal and analytics suites that provide users with data. The Map-21 rule-making features easy-to-use tools and dashboards to understand implications of each proposed requirement for each agency’s local area. INRIX is providing historic-time location and speed data, while TTI conflates traffic data shapefiles with GIS elements from the national highway system (NHS) Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS) dataset. KMJ is responsible for Tier I technical support and several project management tasks. NPMRDS is used by various states and metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs) to monitor system performance. NPMRDS provides free extensive and dependable data for passenger and economic freight roadway work across the National Highway System.
The Eastern Transportation Coalition, ITS Program Management, Administrative and Technical Support

The Eastern Transportation Coalition is an alliance of more than 50 transportation agencies, toll authorities and related organizations stretching from Maine to Florida, and west including Alabama, Tennessee and Kentucky. The Coalition has a mission to improve multi-modal transportation services through information sharing and coordinated management and operations with the goals of improving mobility for people and goods, enhancing safety for all travelers, and improving the economic vitality of the region.