If you must travel to Manhattan and require purchasing a MetroCard, we suggest the alternatives below.  With Governor Cuomo's State Pause Executive Order, only travel if you are certain it is necessary. Follow all precautions to protect yourself. Also check to be sure trains and buses are running. We will publish updates to the MetroCard van schedule on this page.

MetroCard's EasyPayXpress: Get the EasyPayXpress MetroCard that refills itself automatically and manage your account online.

Neighborhood Stores
Many stores in Westchester County and the New York City area sell MetroCards. Wse our new interactive map to search by address or zip code for a location near you. Visit the MTA's MetroCard merchant locator list for vendors outside of Westchester County.

MTA Metro-North Railroad Stations
Buy a joint rail/MetroCard or a separate $25 and $5.50 MetroCard from any Metro-North ticket machine or ticket office. Machines accept cash, credit cards and ATM/debit cards - a $1 fee is assessed on these purchases. Other joint rail/MetroCard options are also available through Mail and Ride, Metro-North's monthly ticket-by-mail program.

NYC Subway Stations
If you are still commuting to Manhattan, purchase a MetroCard from the vending machines or station booth agents. Machines accept cash, credit cards and ATM/debit cards. Station booth agents accept cash only and sell all cards except single-ride tickets.

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

When the schedule begins again, you may 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, e-mail us at or call the Bee-Line Hotline at (914) 813-7777.