KMJ Consulting, Inc. has rich experience in transportation engineering, outreach and software and systems training, testing and support. Below are some of KMJ’s past and ongoing projects.
PennDOT District 6-0 seeks 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, intersection and corridor-level improvements, road diet, pedestrian countdown signal retrofit, lane departure treatments and HSM Analysis.
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. 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.
Software and Systems Training, Testing and Support
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.