At High Street, the word foresight best describes our philosophy. We want to help transportation practitioners – including policymakers, managers, budgeteers, planners, economists and engineers - better understand the significance and nature of needs or changes before they occur, so they can act prudently to identify and deploy transportation solutions that best provide for the future.
The name “High Street” (the United Kingdom’s equivalent to an American town’s Main Street) evokes the image of a common meeting place for exchange of ideas. Its etymology is rooted in the medieval English term for thoroughfares of consequence that were among the first to be paved.
End-to-end support for formulating successful performance management initiatives, including robust data analytics, better decision making; integrating national measures; and communicating results.
Game-changing approaches to statewide planning for transportation, freight, asset management and non-highway modes that seamlessly integrate strategic frameworks, big data, modeling, economic and policy analysis with innovative public and partner collaboration.
Creative solutions that distill complex technical transportation topics into powerful, yet simple words and visuals able to rise above the cacophony of competing messages and connect with critical audiences.
Informed, but fresh thinking for working with agency leaders and their stakeholders to create compelling vision, mission, goals and objectives that empower organizations to embrace the future.
Insightful organizational and management reviews coupled with customized decision-making processes that leverage available data and new analytical methods to meet the unique needs of individual agencies.
Creation of intellectually rigorous and inspired, yet practical principles and implementation guidance that drive agency direction, decision-making and investment choices in an uncertain world.
High Street Consulting Group is a small firm of experienced professionals who work in the disciplines of planning, finance, data analysis, policy, economics, and communication with the goal of helping clients plan, finance, and deliver transportation projects, policies, and programs. We are always on the lookout for professionals with a strong interest in these themes. If you are interested in working on these issues in a collaborative and stimulating environment, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org expressing your field of interest.