212 arrives in Yonkers from the Tuckahoe train station, due south to the county line. The system is owned by the county’s Department of Public Works and Transportation. It was founded on May 1, 1978, by the then Westchester County Department of Transportation to consolidate the bus system with thirteen private bus companies and has been given control over the buses, fare structure, routes, and services. By the 1980s, the bus system 119 nj transit bus schedule pdf an identity problem in who was providing the service.
On May 19, 1987, WCDOT officially named the bus service “The Bee-Line System” with a ‘bee-in-flight’ mascot. Bronx is served by at least one Bee-Line route. 54 on Mundy Lane near the Westchester border, since no other bus routes travel entirely through these areas. Route 16 briefly enters Putnam to serve the Mahopac Village Centre. All transfers are free with payment of fare.
Dollar bills are not accepted on any Bee-Line System buses. Valid on MTA buses, other Bee-Line buses, Orange Westchester Link or the Tappan ZEE Express. Valid on MTA buses and subways, other Bee-Line buses, Orange Westchester Link or the Tappan ZEE Express. 75 if paid in cash. Dollar bills, passports, and ticket books were no longer accepted for fare payment after this date.
This roster only lists buses and shuttle vans used in fixed route service. All buses are wheelchair accessible. Used on heavier-use routes in southern and central Westchester County. Replaced the MAN SG310 fleet.
Used on Shuttle Loop routes, bus-to-rail shuttles, and lower-use routes. 116, 117, and 119 were retired in 2016. Bee Line Orion 7 hybrid 204. Bee-Line System Orion V 05. 501 suburban single door 801. Used on Shuttle Loop routes, bus-to-rail shuttles, BxM4C, 11, 17, 43, and 77. Last diesel Orion V buses produced.
828-830 retired from service in 2012 due to budget cuts in maintaining the fleet. Replaced the 1995-1996 Orion Vs, with 7 buses for service increases. Only 35′ 96″ foot buses ordered by the Westchester County Department of Transportation. Originally ordered for 6 operators and buses were delivered with wheelchair lifts. Only 40′ 96″ buses ordered by the Westchester County Department of Transportation. These were Bee Line’s first articulated buses and were used throughout southern Westchester County. 661 was originally NYCTA demonstrator bus 8990.
Last non-accessible Bee-Line buses on the active roster. These were Bee Line’s last buses without wheelchair lifts. These were Bee Line’s first buses with four-cycle engines. These buses were the first rail-to-bus commuter shuttles. These were also Bee Line’s first buses to have wheelchair accessibility for the duration of their lives. This bus would be the only Orion 2 ever ordered.