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MetroCard offers Westchester residents the convenience and same discounts that are being enjoyed by millions of people in the New York metropolitan area. With a MetroCard, transit riders are able to buy a card with a fixed number of rides or buy one with unlimited rides for a specific time period. 

Riders can still pay with coins (no pennies) or MetroCard - dollar bills are not accepted. Consult our complete fare schedule for Bee-line regular buses and the BxM4C to Manhattan, including regular fares, multi-rides and discounts for seniors and people with disibilities.

MetroCards can be purchased at any MTA Metro-North Railroad station ticket vending machine or staffed ticket window.  MetroCard can also be purchased from MetroCard vending machines or staffed sales booths at MTA New York City Transit subway stations, neighborhood stores and from the MetroCard van that has scheduled visits throughout Westchester. Note: Not all types of MetroCard are available at all sales venues.


OMNY fares cannot be recognized as valid transfers on the Bee-Line system. All Bee-Line passengers who regularly transfer to/from New York City Transit buses and subways should continue to use MetroCard until OMNY is officially introduced on the Bee-Line Bus System. Please visit our OMNY page for more information on this tap and go fare payment system.

You are eligible for a reduced fare if you are 65 years of age or older or have a disability that qualifies. To apply for a reduced fare MetroCard, call (718) 330-1234 or visit the MetroCard Reduced Fare web site.

In the future, MetroCard will be discontinued, and all Bee-Line passengers will then be required to use the OMNY system.

If you have questions about MetroCard, call the Bee-Line at (914) 813-7777.

Which one is right for you?
With MetroCard:

  • You won't need exact change.
  • You can get discounts. 

If you choose to pay with coins:

  • You'll need exact change – dollar bills and/or pennies are not accepted.
  • The paper transfer is good on connecting Bee-Line or NYC Transit local buses or MTA Bus, but not on subways.
  • There are no "unlimited ride" options.