Sounds like we have a similar idea. Mine is called HeLLa Rides
though currently localized to the bay area, and in other ways more niched down than HopNoot in order to focus my attention.
While I disagree with Clark that this is a crowded space - because I think the space he is thinking of is more Uber/Lyft based - I do agree with everything else he has to say about seeking incubators. The inucubator isn't necessarily going to get you further, and I think you'd be more likely accepted to an incubator if you keep focusing on building on what you have so far.
I'd be interested to know more about what you're presenting in your decks, because while I don't think the particular space you're approaching is being addressed well -there are a lot of people looking at this problem with varying degrees of success.
Ideally you're in some way differentiating yourself from projects like: -- car.ma
(a couple of apps), duet (app), commutr (app), trees for cars (app though not sure its still working).
In that none of them have really gained the kind of critical mass to garner them widespread attention. I think carma is the closest, but I find the app clunky and still too impersonal.
I think the drive you've presented, suggests that if you can find ways to build this on your own -- via outsourced development -- even to just get an MVP, you'd move closer to getting where you need to go (no pun intended... that's part of the slogan for HeLLa Rides LOL).
Based on your kickstarter video though, your scope is a bit wider than mine - something I think you want to assess in terms how much of that feature set is critical to demonstrate the value of your idea on an alpha or beta launch.
Based on your profile here, it says you are looking for marketing support, but I'd argue that you (like me) actually need development support.
Happy to discuss further - curious how long you've been looking at this and if there are ways we can support each other, either as a way to feel less alone in the process, or if it make sense at some point, joining efforts (though totally OK not to, as I said - we're not exactly aligned). I think it's just nice to have someone to bounce ideas off of in this context.