The Core of Being Multimodal

What really defines being multimodal?

What exactly is at the core of being multimodal? Is it being able to seamlessly move around your city? Taking transit to and from work, while simultaneously being able to sync your light rail fare into your iPhone, all the while determining which is the closest transit stop to a Starbucks location – is that at the core? The mixture of navigating your entire mobile experience, while maintaining convenience is really what defines being multimodal.

For Passport, we’re at the core of your multimodal experience. We’ve created a platform that tailors the way you move and gives your lifestyle flexibility. The frustration of switching between apps, every time you need to complete a task isn’t ideal. Switching between a variety of apps can be frustrating, provides a disconnect between sources, and potentially cause inaccurate information.

Yes, there are apps for parking your Prius downtown. Yes, there are apps to help you navigate your trip to the closest Starbucks. Yes, there are apps that’ll even track your bus’ ETA. An app that includes all of these features? It’s a thing. As our world adopts mobile technology, the idea of handling every transportation need under an umbrella platform gives users convenience. Not only does it provide users with flexibility and functionality to handle their trip, but it gives them total control over their transportation experience.

The idea of being multimodal isn’t just the way you move, but the convenience in which you move.  As the transportation industry shifts, Passport will continue to be at the core of the entire multimodal experience. Getting to all your destinations with ease provides the simplicity and convenience you want. Having the ability to integrate all your transportation needs in one platform is possible. We’re at the nexus of your entire multimodal experience.