The Bee-Line is Westchester County's bus system, serving over 27 million passengers annually with convenient service connecting residents to jobs, school, recreation, shopping and other regional transportation services. Many Westchester County residences and workplaces are within walking distance to a Bee-Line bus route, making the bus both close and convenient.

Riding public transit is a great travel choice.  It helps our environment by reducing air pollution and traffic congestion.  It's also a bargain. Transit fares are competitive with the out-of-pocket costs of driving, especially if you pay for parking.  We deal with the traffic hassles for you, and you get time to read, relax, socialize, plan your day or even your next vacation.

For those with special needs, the County offers ParaTransit transportation. Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), disability alone does not qualify a person to ride the ParaTransit system. A person must be functionally unable to use the fixed-route regular Bee-Line service.

The Westchester County Airport is one of the most active business aviation facilities in the nation. Total aircraft operations comprise approximately 20 percent commercial, 46 percent corporate and 34 percent light general aviation. Whether you are traveling out of the area for vacation or business, the airline service provides direct and connecting flights to a wide variety of domestic as well as international destinations.