The majority of unused transit seats are in single-occupancy vehicles and not on public transit so what will motivate 75% of commuters to become passengers? Watch the TRF meeting that presents four studies conducted using incentivized programs, including Dr Apigian presenting his findings from a pilot study using the Hytch Rewards app.
The purpose of this study is to gain a deeper understanding of the factors influencing traveller decisions about driving or taking a shared ride, including learning about the tradeoffs among desired features of different travel options and trip price.
Hytch Heroes have helped save 127,148 trees by tracking their trips on the Hytch Rewards app. Hytch’s new partnership with ForestPlanet means we will be planting trees for every 50 miles tracked in the Hytch Rewards app. Hytch Heroes keep restoring our earth one trip at a time!
COVID-19 puts a spotlight on companies who adapt quickly. Hytch Rewards has adapted and expanded the platform to offer greater value with the shelter in place reward and the commuter wellness pledge. The new features enable contact tracing and monitoring of commuter wellness to ensure the safety of us all.
“At its best transportation makes the American dream possible”- Pete Buttigieg. Pete, former Mayor of the City of South Bend, and his team’s vision to connect people to jobs and critical services through incentives simply recognizes what it is that makes the world go round… rewards for good behavior do work!
This video details exactly how employers and thought leaders in Middle Tennessee invented an entirely new approach to facilitating transportation with the goal of connecting highly vulnerable populations to jobs and critical services. It’s about using incentives to help communities solve their own mobility challenges.
How Middle Tennessee becomes a Smart Region – The Transit Alliance of Middle Tennessee (TAMT) and the Greater Nashville Regional Council (GNRC) announce new direct mobility incentives and how you benefit.
Commuters are returning to single occupancy vehicles, further increasing congestion and carbon emissions. We have also learned that transportation is a barrier to employment so affordable and equitable access to public transit is crucial for many commuters. So how do we encourage commuters to start using public transit again?