List of Bus Routes in Westchester County

List Of Bus Routes In Westchester County

The Bee-Line Bus System, the bus system for Westchester County, operates a network of bus routes throughout Westchester County, serving destinations throughout much of the county and parts of The Bronx in New York City. Even though not used officially by Bee-Line, routes tend to be identified with a "W" prefix (ex: W60), akin to the routing system in New York City. The process is most evident at bus stops in The Bronx and usage by the MTA and New York City government in various media. These routes are listed below.

This table gives details for the Bee Line routes. For details on non Bee Line routes see the following articles:

  • List of bus routes in the Bronx: Bx16
  • List of express and multi-borough bus routes in New York City: BxM3
  • Connecticut Transit Stamford: I-BUS

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