Jeremy and Mark Cleveland, the co-founder and CEO of Hytch, discuss environmentalism, mobility, entrepreneurism, and what makes Nashville special. Technology developed in Nashville, tested and proven here, is making a difference in any community, with our new national initiative, carbon-zero commuting for everyone. Traffic congestion and emissions in Middle …

Employers can now use the Nashville-based mobility incentive platform’s Shelter in Place rewards to encourage their employees to engage in safe and healthy habits, ease financial burdens associated with teleworking or being furloughed, and to make sure that people are actually staying home. Governments and corporate brands can also offer cash rewards …

Tech partner Hytch Rewards, working with local employers, will pay carpool commuters up to 50 cents per mile NASHVILLE, TENN. MARCH 2nd, 2020 – Hytch Rewards, a technology solution that incentivizes smarter mobility decisions, today announced it has been named an official tech partner for   Commuters Trust, an innovative transportation initiative …

Hytch Initiative Offers Cash Incentives, Aids in University’s Commitment to Sustainability  NASHVILLE, TENN. February 26th, 2020 – Belmont University is the newest sponsor of carbon offsets  offered through the Hytch Rewards mobile app, a transportation demand management initiative that verifies shared rides in real time. Recent Tennessee Governor’s Environmental Stewardship Award …

Platform helps commuters, employers and brands reach increasingly aggressive carbon neutral goals. NASHVILLE, TENN. December 12th, 2019 – As a holiday gift to every American commuter, Hytch announced today its launch of the nation’s largest carbon offset program that is free to any commuter who cares to reduce their carbon …

"...Early last year,   Hytch Rewards, a tech start-up based in Nashville, launched a unique program that provided cash incentives to commuters sharing rides via the free app. The public/private initiative’s goal was to accelerate shared rides to reduce “Music City’s” growing commute traffic. Using support from the Tennessee Department of …

"Nashville-based Hytch, a carpooling app, has been hired by the Bay Area Council in San Francisco to improve road congestion as part of its transportation demand management coalition. Hytch, created by Mark Cleveland in 2016, facilitates carpooling and offers financial incentives to share rides through employer partnerships. In Tennessee, Hytch has …