HopStop lures investors for NYC transit info

The online guide to New York City train and bus schedules raises an undisclosed sum from a group of private investors, including Yaron Galai, co-founder of search-advertising company Quigo.

HopStop.com, an online and wireless guide to New York City transit information, said Monday it raised money from a group of private investors, including Yaron Galai, co-founder of search-advertising company Quigo. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

The New York-based company also said that it now draws 8 million monthly page views and 1.5 million monthly visitors. Galai, who sold Quigo to AOL last year, will join HopStop's board of directors.

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