This work involves studying the effects of plate motion on the turbulent flow behavior of a wall jet stream flowing over a flat plate moving at a constant velocity in a quiescent atmosphere. A modified low-Reynolds-number turbulence model developed by Yang and Shih (YS model) is used to perform the numerical investigation. The YS model involves applying integration to a wall technique to capture the flow and heat transfer phenomenon in the near-wall region. The Reynolds number is taken as 15,000 and Prandtl number of the fluid as 7. The plate motion effect on the flow behavior is observed for the various velocity ratios . The velocity vector diagrams and the local velocity profiles at various axial locations are plotted to analyze the flow pattern variation with the plate velocity. Based on the investigation of velocity profiles, nearly self-similar velocity profiles are noticed for , and whereas for and , the velocity profiles display similarity near the wall but diverge away from the wall. The turbulent kinetic energy (TKE) and its dissipation rate within the viscous shear regime are predicted for moving plate conditions. The dissipation rate appears to be higher for higher velocity ratios. Overall, the plate motion significantly influences the flow field.