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Liberty Lines Transit, Inc. operates the Bee-Line Bus System of Westchester County, New York. The company's headquarters are located in Yonkers, New York.

Liberty Lines began in 1953 with four vehicles. Through mergers, acquisitions and expansion, it has grown into into one of the largest privately-owned transportation companies in New York State. The company currently operates 330 vehicles, though many of these are owned by Westchester County.

Liberty Lines carries 30 million passengers annually over 10 million miles (16 million kilometers). The company has about 690 employees.

Affiliated with Liberty Lines Transit, Liberty Lines Express operated express buses from the Bronx and Yonkers to Manhattan until January 3, 2005, when the MTA Bus Company took over those routes. Just prior to the MTA Bus takeover, Liberty Lines Express operated out of Yonkers Bus Depot on the following routes:

  • BxM1 East Midtown Manhattan - Riverdale
  • BxM2 West Midtown Manhattan - Riverdale
  • BxM3 Midtown Manhattan - Getty Square, Westchester, via Bronx
  • BxM4A Midtown Manhattan - Bedford Park
  • BxM4B Midtown Manhattan - Woodlawn
  • BxM11 Midtown Manhattan - Wakefield
  • BxM18 Financial District, Manhattan - Riverdale

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