HopStop Launches New Apps to Help NYC Parents Find Stroller-Friendly Routes

Before I leave, especially on the weekend, I always check HopStop for the route to my destination and for any train delays. But just today, Hopstop introduced a new tool that  would have been so helpful when my daughter was a toddler and I was shlepping all over town with a stroller. HopStop has just added new app tools for Android, iPhone, and Blackberry that are designed to  help parents in New York City and the tri-state area easily find stroller-friendly routes.

The new feature finds stroller-friendly routes based on the accessibility of transit vehicles and station entrances/exits, making local travel more convenient for busy, on-the-go parents. Through hopstop.com, you can specify a stroller-friendly route at the beginning of a search. For mobile users, the HopStop apps will display a stroller icon in the search results if a route has this accessibility. By adding this highly requested feature, HopStop now makes it even easier for the whole family to get from point A to point B.

This new tool is sure to to make your  next trip hassle-free.



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  1. mrvacuumcleaners

    I was thinking recently after hearing a radio host explain this theory also. Why do women who push strollers always clip the achillies heels of the people in front of them? I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had my ankles taken out of baby strollers. Do women feel powerful when controlling them? Or are they just very clumsy when operating them?

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