Bee-Line System Page


Bus service in Westchester County, immediately north of the New York borough of the Bronx, is provided by the Bee-Line Bus System.  Dating back to the 1970s, the Bee-Line was created as a merger of thirteen different bus agencies and most routes are now operated by Yonkers-based Liberty Lines Transit, Inc.  In addition to bus service throughout Westchester County, Bee-Line routes also operate into the Bronx to connect with the New York City Subway, including an express route into Manhattan, and one route operates into Putman County.  There are 347 buses in the fleet, consisting of Orion V and VII, Neoplan AM460Q and NABI 40LFW buses.


All photos are by Oren Hirsch and are featured on Oren's Transit Page.



510 is a Neoplan AM460Q, seen at Bedford Park Boulevard Station on November 29, 2002.  These buses are unusual for transit buses as they feature the Detroit Diesel Series 60 engine, which are normally used only by highway coaches.


444 was a 1995 Orion V, spotted on Neried Avenue at White Plains Road on November 29, 2002.  These buses were retired in 2009 and several were sold to the MTA Bus Company of New York City.


807 is a 2008 Orion V, seen on Madison Avenue at East 86th Street in Manhattan on June 24, 2010.  These buses were the last diesel Orion V buses produced.