Mark Cleveland, CoFounder and Chairman of Hytch gets interviewed by a panel of three transit industry professionals:  Bob Baulsir, President and CEO of Trinity Metro in Fort Worth, Texas; Edward Johnson, Former Chief Executive Officer of the Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority (LYNX); and Jim McAteer, President at Transit Insight …

June 18, 2019 – The   CleanTech Alliance  announces   Hytch, an eco-friendly mobility rewards company, as their official clean mobility partner. The partnership is intended to promote smarter and better mobility choices for the entire northwest region that the CleanTech Alliance and its members represent by encouraging people to use the …

On the first day of Nashville’s “Commuter Challenge” week, Hytch Rewards and the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce have announced a collaborative effort aimed at expanding mobility and reducing traffic and carbon output in the Nashville region by incentivizing Nashvillians to share rides. The Nashville Area Chamber will connect top …

Using behavior reinforcement to boost supply-side Commute Trip Reduction efforts. In recognition of the 49th annual Earth Day, the Washington Business Alliance (WaBA) and Hytch LLC, a Nashville-based social impact technology company, announced plans to use positive behavior reinforcement technology to reduce traffic congestion and transportation carbon emissions. Launched last …

App aims to reduce traffic congestion, increase ride sharing “It makes sense if everyone shares a ride,” said Mark Cleveland, CEO and Co-Founder of Hytch. “That is the fastest way to a congestion-free lifestyle.” The app helps you track rides you share with friends, neighbors and co-workers. It gives you …

Hytch works as a loyalty program for transportation because it is Simple. Digital. Valuable. WeGo Public Transit is just one organization that has benefitted from partnering with Hytch, "The program is working well and has been well received by riders... [and] we've calculated over $55,000 in earned media value" according to …

We love our cars. And the consequence of that love combined with an ever-growing population means we have to rethink the reality of getting around. Typically, our cars are about 80 percent empty, as 76.3 percent of Americans drive alone to work. With more people needing to get around, mass …