ParaTransit vehicle

Bee-Line ParaTransit is a shared ride service. 

Providing transportation to the elderly and disabled population in Westchester County and along Bee-Line bus service corridors in accordance to ADA regulation.  

ADA, ParaTransit:
ParaTransit Service within 3/4 mile of a regular Bee-Line bus route and only during the hours when that regular bus route is in service hours.

Bee-Line ParaTransit Background
The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), a civil rights bill, was designed to remove barriers that prevent persons with disabilities from fully participating in American society. In the area of public transportation, the ADA clearly states that regular bus service should be the primary means of public transportation for everyone, including people with disabilities.

Under the ADA, transit agencies like the Westchester County Department of Transportation are required to provide origin-to-destination, curb-to-curb, demand-responsive ParaTransit service that “mirrors” their fixed-route service in terms of service times and areas. The service is a “safety net.” It is only for those persons who do not have the functional capability to ride fixed-route Bee-Line buses. Westchester County’s service is called Bee-Line ParaTransit.

Additional Information Below:

Rider Information Guide
ParaTransit Eligibility Guidelines
ParaTransit Quick Reference

Please email  with any inquiries or requests for new self service accounts, or with updates to phone numbers and email addresses in order to use the Bee-Line System online reservation system and mobile app. Remember to include your full name, Client ID, updated phone numbers and a valid email address.