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Tips for pedestrian safety around bus stopsWhen walking to and from the bus stop, it’s important to know what’s going on around you. The Bee offers the following pedestrian safety tips to help keep you safe around bus stops.

Share these tips with your family members. 

Download and review the brochure.

Bee Safe

  • Wait at the bus stop.
  • Bus drivers only pick up and drop off at designated bus stops.
  • Don’t stand at the curb’s edge.
  • Turning vehicles may come too close.
  • Be patient and arrive ten minutes early.
  • Make sure the bus stops before you approach it.
  • Never run after or alongside a moving bus once it has left the bus stop.
  • Play it safe and wait for the next one.
  • Don’t cross the street in front of a bus.
  • Let the bus leave the bus stop before you cross the street.
  • Don’t let children play near buses.
  • Pushing, shoving, and running can cause accidents.

Bee Seen

  • Be bright at dawn, dusk and night.
  • Carry a flashlight and wear something that’s bright, light colored or reflective.
  • Stay in well-lit areas.
  • Especially, when crossing the street.
  • Cross at intersections or crosswalks.
  • Cars might not see you mid-block.
  • Make sure drivers and bicyclists see you.
  • Make eye contact when crossing and be sure they have plenty of time to see you.

Bee Aware

  • Always look left, right and left again, when crossing.
  • Be aware of the traffic and others around you.
    Use sidewalks when you can.
  • No sidewalk? Walk facing traffic and in a single file.
  • Obey the traffic signals.
  • Cross on “WALK” or on a fresh green light.
  • Don’t use your phone when crossing.
  • Distracted walking, especially texting, is dangerous.
  • Prevent slips and falls.
  • Dress for walking. Wear comfortable shoes and make sure your shoe laces are tied.

Bee-Line busThe fare for one bus ride is $2.75. The fare for the BxM4C/Rte 28, Westchester-Manhattan Express, is $7.50.

See chart below for further information.

Coins, exact change only, no pennies or bills are accepted, but with a MetroCard, rides can be purchased at significant discounts.

When boarding, have your MetroCard or exact coin fare ready. If you are paying with coins and need a transfer, ask for it at the time of fare payment.

Children under five ride free when accompanied by a fare-paying adult.

Senior and disabled reduced fares are available to riders at least 65 years of age, certified disabled persons and valid Medicare card holders with proper photo identification. MetroCard reduced-fares are only available to holders of personalized Reduced-Fare MetroCards.

Find out where you can buy a MetroCard.

Fares, schedules and equipment are subject to change.


Cash and MetroCard Fares
 Effective Sunday April 21, 2019

All Routes
Except BxM4C/Rte28 Westchester-Manhattan Express

Regular

  Senior/
Disabled

Coins - no pennies, no bills    
One ride with one free paper transfer to Bee-Line buses, NYC buses.  $2.75  $1.35
Pay-Per-Ride MetroCard    
One ride with one free transfer to Bee-Line buses, NYC buses and subways  $2.75  $1.35
Unlimited Ride MetroCard
Good on Bee-Line buses, NYC buses and subways
   
  7-Days  $33.00 $16.50*
30-Days  $127.00 $63.50*

* Available only to holders with a personalized Reduced-Fare MetroCard.  For more information call (718) 330-1234 or visit the MTA.

Transfers
When paying with coins, paper transfers will be accepted on all local routes, except the same route initially boarded. Paper transfers must be obtained at the time of boarding.

Transfers with Pay-Per-Ride MetroCards will be accepted on all local Bee-Line routes, except the same route initially boarded, NYC local buses and subways with no additional fare charged to the card, within two hours of the initial boarding.

     
BxM4C/Rte28 Westchester-Manhattan Express

Regular

Senior/
Disabled

Coins - no pennies, no bills
   
One ride only - no transfers accepted  $7.50  $3.75
Off-Peak
Pay-Per-Ride MetroCard    
On the BxM4C/Rte 28, only Pay-Per-Ride MetroCard with at least $7.50 value is accepted. 7-day and 30-day Unlimited Ride Metrocards are not accepted on the BxM4C. $7.50 $3.75
Off-Peak

Transfers
There are no free transfers available between the BxM4C and any Bee-Line local bus or NYC bus or subway.

Bee-Line Bus and Metro-North Connections
UniTicket is a monthly train-to-bus, reduced-rate ticket that combines monthly round-trip local bus service with train fare. UniTicket is available for purchase at any Metro-North ticket office. It is accepted for one fare to/from the railroad station listed on the ticket. A transfer may not be purchased when boarding with a UniTicket

 

Information Lines Phone
Customer service representatives are available from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. weekdays to answer your questions.

(914) 813-7777

24-hour automated schedule information (914) 813-7777
Hard of hearing individuals can use the New York State 711 Relay Service:  Fares, schedule and equipment are subject to change.  

                                                                                                                                                      
Rider information Hotline (914) 813-7777Bookmark this page for Bee-Line bus and ParaTransit service changes and detour notices.

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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 comments form, via email to , or by calling the Bee-Line System at (914) 813-7777, weekdays, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m

 

 

Route(s) Effective Date(s)
  Service Alerts and Notices
91 5/11/2019    

Starting on Saturday May 11, 2019, the Bee-Line Bus Route 91 will commence service between Playland Park and Yonkers on the days that the park is open to the public.  Buses will start operating 2 hours and 10 minutes prior to the park opening, and run for 45 minutes after the park closes. 

75 5/11/2019  

Starting on Saturday May 11, 2019, the Bee-Line Bus Route 75 will commence service between Playland Park and the Rye train station on the days that the park is open to the public.  The bus will start operating 90 minutes prior to the park opening, and run for 60 minutes after the park closes.  

 28 (BxM4C) 5/13/2019  

The bus stop on Madison Avenue at E. 26th Street (#1962) will be temporarily relocated while they replace the sidewalk in front of 51 Madison Avenue.  Until further notice passengers should use the MTA bus stop on Madison Avenue and E. 29th Street, where the BxM3 stops.

26 and 30 4/11/2019  

Route 26:  Due to bridge construction on Palmer Ave. at the Bronx River, the bus stops in both directions at Palmer Rd. and Parkview Ave. have been temporarily discontinued until further notice. Passengers should use the stop at Kimball Ave. & Palmer Road.  Southbound Route 26 buses will be detoured via Pondfield Road and Bronxville Road throughout this project.  

Route 30:  Due to bridge construction on Palmer Ave. at the Bronx River, the bus stops in both directions at Palmer Rd. & Parkview Ave. have been temporarily discontinued until further notice. Passengers should use the stop at Palmer Road and Bronxville Rd.  Westbound Route 30 buses will be detoured via Pondfield Road and Bronxville Road throughout this project.  


1X/40/41/43

Starting
11/14/2016

 

The bus stop at the front entrance of Westchester Medical Center will be out of service until further notice due to construction at the hospital.

  • Northbound 40/41/43/1X passengers whose destination is Westchester Medical Center should use the bus stop located Hospital Oval East at the intersection with Emergency Drive (near the emergency room), and follow sidewalks around the hospital to access the main entrance of the hospital.
  • Southbound 40/41/43/1X passengers should board at the stop on Hospital Oval West at the intersection with Emmergency Drive (near the Cedarwood Hall Parking Lot). 

40/41/43

Starting
11/14/2016

 

Due to construction at Westchester Medical Center, special timetables will be in effect until further notice for Bee-Line Routes 40/41/43.

  • Certain trips on Weekdays, Saturdays and Sundays will now start up to 10 minutes earlier or later, affecting bus stop times at all stops on the route.

  For the latest schedule information visit schedules  

Efectivo inmediatamente,

esta parada de autobús será suspendido temporalmente debido a la construcción. Los pasajeros deben utilizar la parada de autobús en Martine Ave. & Court St. frente a 7-Eleven.

 

 

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The MetroCard mobile sales van makes its rounds in Westchester to assist riders with all of their MetroCard business. The van is staffed by MTA New York City Transit Authority customer service representatives who are happy to answer questions and help with any issues you may have.

MetroCard is the automated regional fare collection system managed by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

Visit the MetroCard Mobile Sales Van for help on any of the following items:

• Reduced-Fare application assistance.
• Purchase and refill of MetroCards (Full fare and Reduced-Fare).
• Submission of damaged Reduced-Fare MetroCards in exchange for a temporary replacement.
• Report of a Lost/Stolen Reduced-Fare MetroCard.
• Any other MetroCard-related inquiries or support.

For more information on the MetroCard Van and other MetroCard locations, email us at or call the Bee-Line Hotline at (914) 813-7777.   MetroCard Van Schedule for April - June 2019.

Metrocard Van Schedule
Monday, May 1  
9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. White Plains (Special Event) Salute to Seniors at Westchester County Center, 198 Central Avenue
   
Monday, May 13
10 a.m. - noon New Rochelle Huguenot Street/North Avenue
1 p.m. - 3 p.m. Mount Vernon Patrillo Plaza (Across from Foodtown Supermarket near Mt. Vernon East Train Station)
   
Tuesday, May 14  
10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Peekskill Peekskill Library
1:30 p.m. - 3 p.m. Tarrytown Wildey and Cortlandt Streets (near McDonald's)
   
Wed., May 15  
10 a.m. - noon Yonkers City Hall 40 South Broadway
2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. White Plains Trans Center Water Street and North Lexington Avenue
   
Thursday, May 16  
10:00 a.m. - noon Yonkers 30-40 South Broadway City Hall/MCU Building
2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. White Plains Galleria Mall/Forever 21 Main Street/MLK Blvd
   
Friday, May 17  
9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Yonkers Will Library 1500 Central Park Avenue/Tuckahoe Road
   
Monday, May 20  
10 a.m. - noon  New Rochelle Huguenot Street/North Avenue
1 p.m. - 3 p.m.  Mount Vernon Patrillo Plaza (Across from Foodtown Supermarket near Mt. Vernon East Train Station)
   
Tuesday, May 21  
10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Peekskill Peekskill Library
1:30 p.m. - 3 p.m. Tarrytown Wildey and Cortlandt Streets (near McDonald's)
   
Wed., May 22  
10 a.m. - noon Yonkers City Hall 40 South Broadway
2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. White Plains Trans Center Water Street and North Lexington Avenue
   
Thursday, May 23  
10 a.m. - noon Yonkers 30-40 South Broadway City Hall/MCU Building
2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. White Plains Galleria Mall/Forever 21 Main Street/MLK Blvd
   
Friday, May 24  
9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Yonkers Will Library 1500 Central Park Avenue/Tuckahoe Road
   
Saturday, May 25  
9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Yonkers City Hall/MCU Bldg. 36-40 South Broadway
2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. White Plains Galleria Mall (Forever 21) Main St./Dr. MLK Blvd
   
Monday, June 17  
10 a.m. - noon New Rochelle Huguenot Street/North Avenue
1 p.m. - 3 p.m. Mount Vernon Patrillo Plaza (Across from Foodtown Supermarket near Mt. Vernon East Train Station)
   
Tuesday, June 18  
10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m Peekskill Peekskill Library
1:30 p.m. - 3 p.m. Tarrytown Wildey and Cortlandt Streets (near McDonald's)
   
Wednesday, June 19  
10 a.m. - noon Yonkers City Hall 40 South Broadway
2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. White Plains Trans Center Water Street and North Lexington Avenue
   
Thursday, June 20  
10 a.m. - noon Yonkers 30-40 South Broadway City Hall/MCU Building
2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. White Plains Galleria Mall/Forever 21 Main Street/MLK Blvd
   
Friday, June 21  
9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Yonkers Will Library 1500 Central Park Avenue/Tuckahoe Road
   
Saturday, June 22  
9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Yonkers City Hall/MCU Bldg. 36-40 South Broadway
2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. White Plains Galleria Mall (Forever 21) Main St./Dr. MLK Blvd
10 a.m. - noon New Rochelle Huguenot St./North Ave.

Bus advertismentIf you're interested in doing business with the Department of Public Works and Transportation, we encourage you to check on opportunities that are available through the county's online system.

You can view the list of current business opportunities (in the form of Requests for Proposal or RFPs), or determine a specific search related to your business by entering keywords in the advanced search tool.

If you're a minority, women-owned business enterprise (MWBE), register your MWBE in order to receive e-mail notifications of opportunities related to your business area when they are published, in addition to other business-building benefits.

Information is also available about the Disadvantaged Business Enterprises program (DBE).

 

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Please call our contracted vendors to inquire about rates and availability of advertising space:

Bus Advertising
Jack Gallagher
Marketing Manager
Phone:(845) 803-1669

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Transit Shelter Advertising
Ellen Pollack Rieve
Sales Manager

Signal Outdoor Advertising, LLC Office: 914.801.0088
3000 Westchester Avenue, Suite 201, Purchase NY 10577
www.signaloutdoor.com