TN Representative and House Speaker
Sharing rides using Hytch an idea worth trying
Glen Casada, represents the 63rd District in the Tennessee State House. “Fifteen years ago I ran for the State House and won, and I’ve been re-elected every two years since. It’s an honor to represent Williamson County,” he says. His colleagues in the House elected Casada to be House speaker for the 2019 session, giving the veteran lawmaker an opportunity to become a unifying force for creative ways to advance prosperity and growth in Tennessee.
All that time stuck in traffic costs Middle Tennesseans money - an average of $1,300 each year. And with 80 people moving to Nashville every day, Casada recognizes that traffic congestion is likely to get worse before it gets better. “We really need to look at incentives for change,” Casada said, observing the heavy volume on I-65 is now evenly balanced and often stop and go between Davidson and Williamson County commuters going both ways!
For its part, H.G. Hill is also contributing rewards – with a penny per mile in Williamson County and a five-cent per mile bonus for carpooling to Maryland Farms in Brentwood. Together with Franklin Synergy Bank and Sprint, contributing a penny per mile, both the driver and passenger make up to $.12 per mile to leave a car at home!
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Inviting friends, neighbors, and co-workers to share a ride is easy when everyone in the car gets paid to join you!