Workforce Management Magazine

Company Urges Co-workers to Get Hytched

Hytch COO John Bernard spoke with Sarah Fister Gale of Workforce Management Magazine on how companies, organizations, and municipalities can incentivize their staff to carpool to work. Studies have proven that most Americans are spending all too precious time in their cars – by themselves- to get to work. What could happen if employers created the […]

Hypepotamus logo.

Talking Carbon Credits, Cryptocurrency, and Cash for Choosing Responsible Transit with Hypepotamus

      Mark Cleveland spoke with Hypepotamus’s Holly Beilin about changing transit behaviors for single occupancy vehicles and how Hytch continues to impact Nashville and the tech community. “Everything is optimizable based on rules and data,” he says. “In consumer congestion, there’s no organizing principle, there’s no set of rules, and therefore we have […]

Businesses offer transit, carpooling incentives as recruitment, sustainability tool

Most mornings, at 6:30 a.m., Smryna resident Jansen Donsbach meets her sister-in-law, living in Murfreesboro, and they take turns driving one another to their jobs in Nashville on a shared, hour-long commute. Donsbach works at the Tennessee State Capitol downtown as a legislative assistant and her sister-in-law works at a health care business on West […]

Hytch Rewards: Cash Incentives for Carpools & Public Transit

As the “traffic problem” continues to grow in Nashville, the Hytch Rewards app has found a way to help decrease the number of cars traveling back and forth to work every day. Working with partners like Nissan, Sprint, Franklin Synergy Bank, Reliant Bank, David Lipscomb University and others, the Nashville-based social impact tech company has […]

Hytch Rewards Helps defeat Nashville Traffic

When the Nashville Transit Plan failed to pass, residents were left to believe they were without an answer to the problem of traffic congestion that continues to impact their daily lives. On Tuesday, June 19, Nick Justice, Hytch’s Operations Director, spoke with WZTV Fox 17 of Nashville to highlight a creative service solution that has […]

Riding public transit can now earn you cash rewards

There’s now a new opportunity to help with traffic and help you earn cash. The rewards come from a new partnership between WeGo Public Transit and rideshare app Hytch. Hytch rewards carpoolers, and now it’s expanding to some public transit routes. People who ride the Music City Star and the circuit busses downtown are eligible. […]

Hytch partners with WeGo Public Transit to reward Middle Tennesseans for traveling responsibly

Community partners come together to reward smart travel behavior on Nashville bus routes Hytch, LLC, the Nashville-based social impact technology company, together with WeGo Public Transit and the Music City Star with the Regional Transportation Authority of Middle Tennessee, announce today their partnership to reward commuters who share a ride by taking public transit rather […]

#ReclaimTheLane | An Exposé into the H.O.V Lane

If you have any experience at all driving throughout Nashville you have seen our H.O.V (High Occupancy Vehicle) lanes. H.O.V lanes have been in use in the state of Tennessee since 1993. H.O.V lanes were instituted, “to promote ridesharing in order to reduce congestion on urban interstates. The central concept for H.O.V lanes is to […]

Self Driving Car Law Passes in Tennessee

The below content is taken from WilliamsonSource.com The Tennessee General Assembly recently passed a bill about the legality of cars that drive on roads without the help of a driver. The bill makes self-driving cars a viable option on Tennessee roads. The new law states that no local government in the state can ban the use […]