Tuesday, August 08, 2006


CNet News has a story about HopStop, a service that enables you to plan trips on mass transit from your cell phone:
Google Maps, Yahoo Maps, and even the old-school Mapquest are good at giving you driving directions. But they're pretty bad if you're walking, and they can't help you find your way via public transit. But a New York company, HopStop, can do this routing for you.
A similar service exists in Austin, Dallas, and Houston. Unlike HopStop, it's in stealth mode. Contact me if you're curious or want to be a beta user.

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