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Transit U: The History of Funding Transit in Nashville

Transit has been a hot topic in Nashville since the area started to see new population growth in the mid-1990s. While funding is the...

Transit U: Why HOV Lanes Don’t Mean Much in Nashville

Nashville has 131 miles of high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes running into it from outlying counties, with 108 of those miles serving commuters. But if...

Hytch Rewards: Cash Incentives for Carpools & Public Transit

By Lee Rennick As the “traffic problem” continues to grow in Nashville, the Hytch Rewards app has found a way to help decrease the number of cars...

Successful Transit Stories

Will a transit system really work? Will it decrease traffic congestion and get cars off of the roads? Will it free up time for...

7 Ways the Transit Debate Affects You

Talk about transit is heating up as the population in the 14 counties that make up the Nashville Metropolitan Area (NMA) grows by an...
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Nissan and Hytch Announce Ride Share Incentive Partnership

Tuesday morning at Nissan Headquarters in Franklin, the global car company announced a partnership with ride-share app Hytch. With a new smartphone application, the companies...

Decades and Billions or Now and Nothing—The Two Coming Votes on...

May might seem like a long time from now. Flowers, sunshine and sunbathing. But as the seasons change here in Middle Tennessee, one thing always...

Startup Wins Big at Nashville Tech Council Awards

The Nashville Technology Council (NTC) on Thursday night awarded a local ride-sharing company its 2018 Emerging Company Award. Hytch, a soon-to-launch ride-sharing app created by Williamson...
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Nashville’s Transit Plan Could Have Bad Effects on Will Co.’s Transit...

Opposition to the Nashville transit plan is growing. Or at least it is organizing. A PAC NoTax4Tracks PAC today announced their support for an effort...
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Group Getting Together to Discuss Alternative Transit Plans

On Saturday, January 27 from 9 to 12 a.m., a group of alternative thinkers are trying to get their voices heard on transit. Hosted by...

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