Starting a Hytch with Rep. Mike Sparks

Tennessee State Representative Mike Sparks – Smyrna Area Picture yourself driving up to Nashville on I-24 or I-65 and imagine the last time you saw a single occupant vehicle pulled over for violating Tennessee’s HOV lane laws? Drawing a blank?  State Representative Mike Sparks has something to say about that. Nashville entertainer Carissa Biele took […]

Ridesharing with Ralph Schulz

President & CEO – Nashville Chamber of Commerce If you’re considering joining in a contest of Nashville trivia, make sure Ralph Schulz is on your team!  As President and CEO of the Nashville Chamber, he specializes in all things Nashville — facts, statistics and information about Nashvillians’ lifestyles are essential to his work for the […]

Let’s Hytch with Lee Rucks

President – Leadership Middle TN Action Oriented –  Regional Thinking – Leadership Middle Tennessee on Traffic Solutions When Leadership Middle Tennessee president Lee Rucks accepted the invite to share a ride with Hytch – Carissa Biele had some tricks in mind – but Rucks didn’t miss a beat.  Carissa’s infamous trivia challenge didn’t stump her […]

Hytching with Leaders: Matt Largen, Williamson Inc.

President – WIlliamson Inc. Reducing Traffic in Music City Using Hytch Rewards Williamson, Inc. President and CEO Matt Largen on an inexpensive way to reduce traffic congestion in Nashville and surrounding counties. In 1950, WSM-AM announcer David Cobb described Nashville as “Music City U.S.A.”—and the moniker eventually became synonymous with Tennessee’s capital city. These days, […]

Starting a Hytch with Bill Ketron

Tennessee State Senator – Elected to Rutherford County Mayor Bill Ketron Makes Transportation a Signature Issue in Campaign Rutherford County is now the fifth-most populated county in Tennessee and 85 percent of Murfreesboro commuters drive to work alone. That adds up to “gridlock” on Rutherford County roads, says Mayor Bill Ketron.  The former State Senator […]

Carpooling with Carol Hudler

Executive Director, Cumberland Region Tomorrow Let’s Talk About Traffic Congestion, Transit Issues With Nashville’s mass transit referendum planned for this spring, “all eyes are on Davidson County,” says Carol Hudler, president & CEO of Cumberland Region Tomorrow, which supports the ten-county region of Middle Tennessee “by influencing patterns of growth and development through education and […]

Earning Rewards with Erin Hafkenschiel

Director of Transportation & Sustainability – Office of the Mayor Nashville is Combating Traffic Congestion in Innovative, New Ways “Driving to work and being stuck in traffic is probably my least favorite thing in the world. It makes my blood pressure go up,” says Erin Hafkenschiel, Director of Transportation and Sustainability at Mayor Megan Barry’s […]