Consultants to the transit industry

KFH Group, Inc. is an experienced firm of transportation professionals, dedicated to providing assistance to local, state, and federal organizations to improve public transportation services.

We focus on transportation planning, management consulting, policy analysis, service evaluation and design, and operational support for transportation programs in communities of all sizes – smaller towns and rural areas, suburban and urbanizing regions, and larger metropolitan environments.

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About us

Founded in 1995 with the primary goal of providing high-quality and response consulting assistance, the KFH Group built upon the extensive experience of the firm’s three Principals and now includes over 20 transportation professionals plus support staff.

Every project KFH Group undertakes is responsive to client agency issues and must combine detailed analytical study, reasoned thinking, and well documented alternatives and recommendations. And this must be tempered with the realities of the financial and political environment of the project.

Our expertise is multi-faceted and multi-modal, focusing broadly on public transportation though specialized in specific disciplines.

We work with transportation services of all types, from large urban bus systems in metropolitan regions to suburban transit programs grappling with lower density land use issues and abundant parking. We engage with paratransit programs serving the general public, older adults, and those with disabilities, as well as very small one or two-van human service transportation programs.

Our approach is guided by clearly defined objectives:

Contact us to learn more about our services

Bethesda, MD (HQ)

7200 Wisconsin Avenue
Suite 320
Bethesda, MD 20814

Austin, TX

2111 Dickson Drive
Suite 32
Austin, TX 78704

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You can reach us through the contact form below or by contacting one of our offices. 

    KFH Group, Inc. ensures non-discrimination in all programs and activities in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. If you need more information or special assistance for persons with disabilities or limited English proficiency, contact Sue Knapp at or 301-951-8660