Bee-Line Bus Service to Resume Wednesday

Riders are warned to be aware of possible detours and delays.

Bee-Line Bus service will return to Westchester County Wednesday morning.

County Executive Robert Astorino said Tuesday afternoon the first bus runs will begin at 5 a.m.

Although the news is sure to be met with cheers from regular bus riders from across the county, Astorino warned riders to be aware that things might not run smoothly as the region continues to clear problems caused by Hurricane Sandy.

“We know so many of our residents depend on our buses to get to work and other places, so it is imperative to restore service as quickly as we can,” Astorino said.” I ask that our riders be patient with delays and detours.”

Information about expected detours will be listed on the county’s Website813-7777.

Paratransit service will also resume.

The Westchester County Airport is also expected to have some flights resume Tuesday night. Full service at the airport, however, is not expected Wednesday morning so travelers should check with their airline providers.

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No Metro North service- will Bee Line extend the 4C route & schedule?
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