The solution will create immediate impact for the public and will support long-term improvements to how people get around the county by creating an innovative tool that will provide comprehensive data so users can make better transportation decisions. The City of Miami Beach (City) proposes to create a multi-modal app that will improve how people get around the City utilizing all available modes of transportation. City staff conducted research and was unable to identify an app on the market that is similar to the proposed solution, which makes transit simple and is advantageous to the user. The solution entails the user opening the app and programming their point of origin, destination, trip purpose, and the modes of transportation they would like considered. The app will use various algorithms and gather data from other applications to recommend a planned trip. The planned trip may include one or more modes of transportation. Currently, applications like Google Maps and others, are limited vehicle, transit, and walking trip planning. Given all the available modes of transportation, the vision for this application is to bring in data from trolley, ride-share, bike-share, and other modes to take part of a comprehensive trip planning application. The user will also identify the purpose of the trip and each trip will be assigned a cost per time depending on its purpose (i.e. the time spent in transportation to work has a higher monetary value than the time spent in transportation to a recreational location). Environmental impact costs will also be included as part of the trip cost based on the mode (i.e. a trip on bike is less impactful to the environment that a trip via private vehicle). The application will calculate monetary value to time based on the trip purpose, cost of the trip (fares), and environmental impact costs and provide the user with options. Miami Beach is one of the most walkable cities in Miami-Dade County, making it an ideal testing ground for multi-modal innovations. The City will capitalize on the diversity of available modes to provide travelers with options, including bike-share, walking, the free City trolley system, Miami-Dade Transit, ride-share, and private enterprise options such as Free Bee, which provides travelers with free rides on small electric vehicles. One of transportation's biggest challenges today is the absence of a singular point of information. A user who is considering ride-share services has to toggle between private enterprise apps and existing government transit apps to compare pricing. The proposed project solves the problem by gathering data from multiple sources and presenting transit options in an easy-to-read format on one platform.