Westchester County DPW&T manages the Bee-Line System and Westchester County Airport. The department also manages specialized transportation services for the Department of Social Services and provides support services for Bee-Line ParaTransit, including curb-to-curb service for people with disabilities.
The Bee-Line System is Westchester's bus transit network of over 3,300 bus stops, that provides bus service within Westchester County, the Bronx, Manhattan and Putnam County. With more than 60 routes and a fleet of 330 vehicles, it is the second largest bus system in New York State. The Bee-Line System is owned by the Westchester County Department of Public Works and Transportation and operates under contract with several private bus companies.
The Bee-Line System primarily services Westchester County with connecting services to New York City buses and subways, Putnam County transit; Transport of Rockland's Tappan ZEExpress; Shortline's Orange-Westchester Link and Connecticut Transit's I-Bus.
There are major transit hubs in White Plains, New Rochelle, Yonkers and Mount Vernon. In the northern part of the County, service is concentrated in Peekskill, Ossining and Yorktown.
Many Bee-Line routes operate in the Bronx offering Westchester residents connections to New York City's subways and buses. Every subway line in the Bronx is served by at least one Bee-Line route.
Along the Bee-Line's routes are "shuttle loops" providing connectinos to major employment centers and MetroNorth train stations in the County.
Also, available are express services to midtown Manhattan.
We welcome your comments and suggestions regarding your riding experience with the Bee-Line System. You may contact us by or through our online Bee-Line comments form.