“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!
The above conversation was all about asking the right questions, and new ways of thinking about mobility policy and individualized incentives as the driver behind our recovery and resilience.
Attendees participated in a conversation about urban transformation and achieving a smarter, greener, safer commute. Recognizing the challenges of today, we discussed the tools and strategies to connect people to the vision of tomorrow.
Highlights of this webinar that explored systems, strategies and a vision for leadership to embrace the beneficial changes that we’ve experienced, while addressing the privacy, participation and scale issues that concern us all.
For commuters who can’t walk or bike to work, driving alone is the safest transportation option, increasing single occupancy vehicles, traffic and poor air quality. As much as we hate that reality, we’re welcoming it now. How will transport authorities and employers manage a safe mobility plan for commuters?
The BAC community will be using the scale-tested Hytch platform to deliver micro cash incentives as the nudge to promote positive changes in mobility behavior. A TDM platform that connects people to job opportunities and critical services while promoting the habits of safer, greener, smarter mobility.
As leaders evolve their thinking, it’s critical to remember what motivates people, what works in America and learn from other regions. That’s why Hytch Rewards is delighted to sponsor the Bay Area Council’s 2020 Pacific Summit taking place on 5 June Virtually.
Hytch gets listed at #16 in this story by Deborah Sweeney. This story brings attention to our innovative approach to help employers incentivize their employee’s Shelter in Place experience. This function has evolved, giving organizations a simple tool to help manage quarantine policy.