Phase 2 of the WMATA Silver Line Extension is LIVE!

Phase 2 of the Silver Line Extension of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) system opened for service on Tuesday, November 15, 2022.  This long-awaited second expansion of the Silver Line continues service from Wiehle-Reston East in Fairfax County to the new end of the line, Ashburn Station in Loudoun County.  The $3 Billion… Continue reading Phase 2 of the WMATA Silver Line Extension is LIVE!

K&J Completes HRH Hawaii On-Site Testing and FSE

In September 2022, K&J Safety and Security Consulting Services, Inc. (K&J) sent a team of highly experienced transit professionals to Honolulu to support critical testing and validation activities for the nation’s first fully-autonomous rail rapid transit system – operated by Hitachi Rail Honolulu (HRH) for the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART). Over the two… Continue reading K&J Completes HRH Hawaii On-Site Testing and FSE

MASS TRANSIT Article – APTA TRANSform 2022

PUBLISHED ARTICLE – APTA TRANSform 2022: K&J Safety and Security Consulting Services and OTB Solutions Group for new partnership. The alliance between the companies will allow K&J to deliver its risk registers to clients on OTB’s Safety and Security Information Management System platform. https://www.masstransitmag.com/safety-security/press-release/21282989/kj-safety-and-security-consulting-services-inc-apta-transform-2022-kj-safety-and-security-consulting-services-and-otb-solutions-group-form-new-partnership

Ongoing Partnership with MBTA and MassDOT

Through our ongoing partnership with the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT), K&J Safety has been tasked with leading the revitalization, development, and implementation of the Authority’s DHS/TSA approved security training program for its roughly 10,000 Security Sensitive Employees across all six (6) required modes, which excludes ferry operations:… Continue reading Ongoing Partnership with MBTA and MassDOT