Bus service in Westchester County is
provided by the Bee-Line Bus System (operated by the Westchester County
Department of Transportation) both within Westchester and to Manhattan.
Bee-Line Bus ParaTransit
ParaTransit and Guest
Any person who is a registered rider with a ParaTransit Service
in the United States is eligible to utilize other ParaTransit systems as a
. All the person needs to do is as follows:
- Have their ParaTransit service forward their ridership
information over to the new service they wish to use.
- The new ParaTransit service will then add the rider into
their data base as a guest rider for a total of 21 days of service.
- The individual would then be responsible to contact the
new ParaTransit system and become familiar with their policies and also obtain
their Rider ID Number.
Please note that all ParaTransit
systems throughout the country follows specific ADA mandates while also having
their own policies on top of the mandates.
Commuter train service in
Westchester is provided by Metro-North Railroad (operated by the Metropolitan
Transportation Authority - MTA). Metro-North operates 3 lines in the county -
the Hudson, Harlem, and New Haven lines. MTA Metro-North Railroad
Amtrak serves Croton-on-Hudson -
Croton-Harmon, New Rochelle, and Yonkers.
The Westchester County Airport is
owned by the County of Westchester. The airport is conveniently located about 5
miles east of White Plains. It has been operated as a public-use airport since
1945. Connections at major hubs now make it possible for passengers to access
global destinations. Westchester County Airport
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