Additional bus companies, listed as existing during 1930's, are mentioned in the WPA American Guide Series of state guidebooks.
Robinson Bros. Bus Lines - existed in 1930's, served Austin.
Carthage-Marshall Bus Line - served Carthage and Marshall.
Marshall-Caddo Lake Bus Line - served Marshall to Karnack.
Cherokee Motor Coaches - served Palestine, Rusk, Jacksonville, Henderson, Cushing, Nacogdoches.
Gladewater Bus Co. - served Gladewater and Longview.
Lone River Bus Co. - suburban served Texarkana, Maud, New Boston, Red River Ordnance Depot.
Orange Belt Bus Line - served Eagle Pass to Dilley.
Borderland Stages - served Fort Stockton, Borderland, Sanderson.
Stockton-Monahans Bus Line - served Fort Stockton, Imperial, Grandfalls, Monahans.
Lynn Way Stages - existed in 1930's.
Bus companies operating over longer distances than the above suburban and interurban companies, but not listed in the Russell's Guide.
Blue Bonnet Motor Coaches - intercity served Cameron to El Campo, Austin to Corpus Christi and intermediate points.
East Texas Motor Coaches - intercity served Huntsville, Livingston, Jasper, Deridder LA.
Lee Way Stages - existed in 1930's, operated between Amarillo and Albuquerque, may have been sold to Santa Fe Trail Stages.
Sabine-Neches Stages - existed in 1930's, operated between Houston, Beaumont and Port Arthur, and points east.