- 1 How do you pay for Beeline bus?
- 2 How do you pay for the Yonkers bus?
- 3 Does the Beeline bus take dollar coins?
- 4 Are Westchester buses free?
- 5 Are Beeline buses running tomorrow?
- 6 Do Bee-Line buses have OMNY?
- 7 What is the bus fare in NYC?
- 8 How do you pay for the Bee-Line?
- 9 What Bee-Line bus goes to Rye Playland?
- 10 Who owns Beeline bus?
- 11 What is bee line?
- 12 How much is senior bus fare in NYC?
- 13 Is the Bee Line Free?
- 14 Can you use a regular MetroCard on an express bus?
- 15 Is ABQ Ride running today?
How do you pay for Beeline bus?
Beeline buses are equipped with TAP (Transit Access Pass) validator devices. The TAP validator accepts a TAP card with Stored Value or an EZ transit pass, and an Access Rider ID card. Stored Value can be used to pay a Beeline fare or an interagency transfer fare.
How do you pay for the Yonkers bus?
The fare for one bus ride is $2.75. The fare for the BxM4C/Rte 28, Westchester-Manhattan Express, is $7.50. See chart below for further information. Coins, exact change only, no pennies or bills are accepted, but with a MetroCard, rides can be purchased at significant discounts.
Does the Beeline bus take dollar coins?
You can use either coins or a MetroCard – but not dollar bills – on Westchester Bee-Line buses. If you use coins, the bus fare is $1.35 including one transfer.
Are Westchester buses free?
Bus trips on Westchester County’s Bee-Line system will continue to be free when full service resumes on Monday. All passengers must wear masks covering their mouth and nose for the entire time they are on the bus and riders are encouraged to sit at least six feet apart whenever possible.
Are Beeline buses running tomorrow?
As for now All Beeline buses will be running tomorrow.
Do Bee-Line buses have OMNY?
In May 2019, the MTA began the initial rollout of OMNY. All Bee-Line passengers who regularly transfer to/from New York City Transit buses and subways should continue to use MetroCard until OMNY is officially introduced on the Bee-Line Bus System. Learn more about OMNY.
What is the bus fare in NYC?
The base cost of riding a Select Bus Service bus is $2.75, the same as riding the subway or the local or limited-stop bus. Select Bus Service is faster and more reliable than local and limited-stop busses in part because of off-board fare payment on most routes.
How do you pay for the Bee-Line?
Paper transfers must be obtained at the time of boarding. Transfers with Pay-Per-Ride MetroCards will be accepted on all local Bee-Line routes, except the same route initially boarded, NYC local buses and subways with no additional fare charged to the card, within two hours of the initial boarding.
What Bee-Line bus goes to Rye Playland?
The 13 is the first Bus that goes to the bee-line system Bus Stop – Rye Playland (13, 75, 91) in Rye, Ny.
Who owns Beeline bus?
The system is owned by the county’s Department of Public Works and Transportation but contracts out to two private bus companies to provide the service: Yonkers-based Liberty Lines Transit, Inc., the main company that either bought out or obtained franchises from the other twelve bus companies over the years, operates
What is bee line?
A beeline is the swiftest, most direct route between two points. If you are shopping at the mall on a weekend afternoon and you see an empty parking space, you should make a beeline for it or risk circling the lot for hours. The word beeline combines the words bee and line.
How much is senior bus fare in NYC?
Cost: 50% of the base fare. Riders who are 65 or older and riders with qualifying disabilities can apply for a reduced fare card. There is also an EasyPay Reduced Fare option for automatic refills. Learn more about Reduced Fare MetroCards.
Is the Bee Line Free?
The NextBus App is free and available for iPhones and Androids.
Can you use a regular MetroCard on an express bus?
About bus fares You can’t use a regular Unlimited Ride MetroCard on express buses. You can only use a 7-day Express Bus Plus MetroCard.
Is ABQ Ride running today?
ABQ RIDE is running its regular schedule today. However, expect delays in service citywide due to blowing snow, icy conditions on some roadways, slow traffic and accidents on some of the major thoroughfares. Expect some delays in fixed route and Sun Van service throughout the day.