Tychy is a modern, developing city. There are multi-million investments. In Tychy Subzone of the Katowice Special Economic Zone operates more than 50 companies that employ nearly 11,000 people.
The city is located at the junction of the main routes, so in 2014 it was ensured the separation of transit and local traffic that ended with the reconstruction of the DK-1. This is one of the largest road projects in Silesia. The Tychy has also developed a tightly integrated public transport system with rail - in recent years was put into service new platforms, the Western Tychy station was modernized, "Park & Ride"were built. The Tyskie beer has been brewed for four hundred years in Tychy in Tyskie Browary Książęce. The city is called the Polish capital of the automotive industry, because since 1973 cars are produced here in the Fiat Auto Poland factory. It is also known from regular cultural events such as the Silesian Guitar Autumn and Theatre Meetings Tyskie.