A taxi program is underway in the cities of White Plains, New Rochelle and Peekskill, giving ParaTransit riders the option to take a taxi instead of a ParaTransit van. Either way, the fare is $4. ParaTransit riders from throughout Westchester County may use the taxi service, but only for trips within the city of White Plains, New Rochelle and Peekskill. As the program grows the county will continue to bring the taxi program to other municipalities in Westchester.
Riders can schedule a taxi ride in exactly the same way as a van ride. Find out more by reading the brochure ParaTaxi is Here.
The "Bee-Aware" campaign reminds passengers that everyone has to be more vigilant than ever to protect one another's safety. So if passengers see a suspicious package that is left unattended at a bus stop or on board a bus, they should notify the driver or call (866)-SAFE-NYS/ (866) 723-3697.
Bus stop improvements are on the way throughout the county. Improvements include painting, signage, lighting, paving, connections to sidewalks, seating, accessibility and bike racks. It is expected that the cost to the county will be reduced through the application of federal stimulus money and other federal and state aid.
Stops have already been improved along the Central Park Avenue corridor, the North Broadway corridor in White Plains and in downtown Peekskill. Also, the TransCenter in White Plains has new sidewalks and improved pedestrian access.
Bee-Line Bus Service Guidelines for Westchester County Municipalities have been written to serve as a basic reference tool for municipal staff, governmental agencies and consultants engaged in site design and review activities.
Bee-Line Rider Alerts
As a Bee-Line bus or ParaTransit passenger you can receive e-mails on up to date service notices, rider alerts and detour information. Sign up to receive e-mail updates on Bee-Line bus schedule changes, delays and detours. Learn more
Timetables and Maps
When you ride the Bee-Line, you’re riding with one of America’s best, safest and most reliable transit systems. More than 65 percent of all Westchester County residents are within walking distance of a Bee-Line bus route, making the bus close and convenient. Learn more
Fares and Metrocard
MetroCard offers Westchester residents the convenience and same discounts that are being enjoyed by millions of people in the New York metropolitan area. With MetroCard, transit riders are able to buy a specific number of rides or unlimited rides for a specific time period, both at significant discounts. Learn more
Senior and Disabled Services
Seniors and the disabled can stay independent while leaving the driving to us. If stepping onto the bus is difficult for you, the bus can "kneel" to lower the first step height. Feel free to ask the bus operator to kneel the bus to assist you in boarding or exiting. Learn more
Bee-Line ParaTransit is a shared ride service for which appointments must be made from one to four days in advance. Although ParaTransit currently provides some services beyond those required under the Americans with Disabilities Act, the future goal is for ParaTransit to more closely mirror regular Bee-Line bus service. Learn more
Planning your next trip on the Bee-Line bus system is a breeze when you use the 511NY Trip Planner tool.
Comments and Suggestions
We welcome your comments and suggestions regarding your riding experience with the Bee-Line System. You may contact us through our online customer comments form. Or call the Bee-Line System at (914) 813-7777 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. weekdays. TTY for the hearing impaired is (914) 813-7711.