Nissan is throwing its weight behind startup  Hytch  and its interesting   Hytch  Rewards program. Unlike other carpooling schemes,  Hytch  Rewards will pay drivers and riders — likely family or coworkers — to carpool.  Hytch’s  CEO calls it “incentivized carpooling,” which is smart, because sometimes the only way … Continue To …

A new app called   Hytch Rewards    is paying people to share rides by partnering with companies and organizations that want to promote carpooling for reasons such reducing traffic congestion, fuel usage, and tailpipe emissions.  Hytch  partners pony up cash rewards (and other incentives, …) to get employees and others to carpool. …

Carpooling can help reduce traffic, but that doesn’t mean people always want to do it. So, Nissan is trying to give commuters near its North American headquarters in Tennessee an incentive. The automaker is partnering with Hytch Rewards, an app that pays people to carpool… Continue To Original Publication

Community banks are embracing innovation to ease congestion in their communities Franklin Synergy Bank and Reliant Bank have joined Hytch Rewards to tackle traffic and defend clean air. THE TENNESSEE BANKER May/June 2018 Franklin Synergy Bank and Reliant Bank are taking the term community bank to a whole new level. …

Reliant Bank is paying incentives to motivate commuters to share rides in an eight-county area of Middle Tennessee and in Chattanooga’s Hamilton County. To help relieve traffic congestion and ease commutes, Reliant is partnering with Nashville-based Hytch Rewards, a free smartphone app that validates and rewards ridesharing behavior through synchronized …