Additional bus companies, listed as existing during 1930's, are mentioned in the WPA American Guide Series of state guidebooks.
Charleston West Hamlin Bus Line - connected Charleston with Hamlin, West Hamlin, Olcott, St. Albans, Upper Falls, Smith Creek.
Tyler Mountain Bus Co. - connected Charleston with Nitro. According to December 1985 issue of the magazine "Motor Coach Age", began operations in early 1950's, and was acquired in 1971 by Kanawha Valley Regional Transportation Authority.
Teays Valley Bus Line - suburban served St. Albans area.
Cackley Bus Co. - existed in 1930's.
Ohio River Bus Co. - existed in 1930's.
Gump Bus Line - suburban served Morgantown, Everglade, Suncrest, Star City.
Mountain Lake Bus Lines - existed in 1930's.
White Star Bus Lines - existed in 1930's.
Eastern Ohio Transport Co. - existed in 1930's.
Ohio Valley Transit - served Wellsburg, Follansbee, Bethany.
Number Two Bus Line - served Beckley, Raleigh, Prosperity.
Oak Hill Transit Co. - served Oak Hill, Kingston, Fayetteville.
Whitesville Transit Co. - served Whitesville, Beckley.
Greenbrier Bus Co. - served Ronceverte, White Sulphur Springs, Lewisburg.
Toney Bus Lines - served East Rainelle, Hinton, Rupert.
Iaeger Isaban Bus Lines - served Iaeger, Panther, Isaban, Gilbert, Man, Emmett, Bradshaw.
Northfork-Crumpler Bus Line - served Ashland, Crumpler, Ralfe, Gilliam, Medowell, Worth, Algoma, Northfork.
Scott-Nickels Bus Co. - served Matewan, Meveigh KY, Stone KY.