Buses, subways, and commuter trains criss-cross the county and connect it to the five boroughs of New York City. A case manager, probation or parole officer, may be able to help apply for some of the services listed below and identify sources for subsidized fare cards to travel to education or employment opportunities.
- The Bee-Line (bus) Transportation system operates throughout the county. This link takes you directly to the BeeLine maps and schedules. The buses take exact change, coins, or MetroCards. (No bills.) MetroCards are available for purchase at railroad stations, the Westchester County Center and at the MetroCard Van, which makes stops around the county. This link takes you to the MetroCard Van schedule.
- To plan your travel: Talk to Program Specialists from the Westchester County Department of Transportation. Contact Lawrence Cunningham (914.813.6718) or Mary Ellen Burns (914.813.7741). You can also use a TripAdvisor, an online tool that helps you plan travel around the county and into surrounding areas. Here’s the link.
- Discounted travel is available for seniors and the disabled through the Bee-Line’s ParaTransit service. The program details and application are linked on this page.
- Volunteer-led ride services are available for older adults through Ride Connect and WestFair Rides.