Latimer: Bee-Line to run on reduced schedule

Latimer says that Bee-Line buses are going to be running on a reduced schedule, but that there is no fee during the pandemic.

News 12 Staff

Mar 31, 2020, 2:37 PM

Updated 1,514 days ago

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Latimer: Bee-Line to run on reduced schedule
Westchester County Executive George Latimer announced changes to the Bee-Line bus system and gave an update on coronavirus cases in the county.

As of Monday night, Latimer says there are 9,967 cases in Westchester County, including 641 new cases. A total of 275 people are hospitalized with 54 new patients. He says there has been six new deaths raising the total to 25 deaths, so far, in the county.

Yonkers has 608 cases; New Rochelle has 378 cases, and Greenburgh has 304 cases. Those three cities are the three hardest hit areas so far.

Latimer says that Bee-Line buses are going to be running on a reduced schedule, but that there is no fee during the pandemic.

Starting April 1, the Bee-Line Bus System will operate on a Saturday schedule for six days a week: Monday-Saturday.

The line will continue to operate Sunday service on Sundays.

Certain routes will have extra trips in addition to their regular Saturday schedule: routes 1, 2, 4, 7, 8, 42, 43 and 60.

The extra trips will be in effect on weekdays only.
Westchester coronavirus numbers:
Ardsley 21
Bedford 32
Briarcliff Manor 18
Bronxville 21
Buchanan 4
Cortlandt 99
Croton-on-Hudson 17
Dobbs Ferry 46
Eastchester 76
Elmsford 15
Greenburgh 149
Harrison 58
Hastings-on-Hudson 20
Irvington 16
Larchmont 16
Lewisboro 17
Mamaroneck Town 36
Mamaroneck Village 32
Mount Kisco 56
Mount Pleasant 80
Mount Vernon 269
New Castle 42
New Rochelle 378
North Castle 28
North Salem 4
Ossining Town 22
Ossining Village 153
Peekskill 73
Pelham 26
Pelham Manor 22
Pleasantville 28
Port Chester 123
Pound Ridge 3
Rye Brook 36
Rye City 36
Scarsdale 71
Sleepy Hollow 42
Somers 27
Tarrytown 37
Tuckahoe 20
White Plains 170
Yonkers 608
Yorktown 105
Total Hospitalized Cumulative  452
Total Currently 275
Number in Westchester Hospitalized 258
Deaths  25
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