INTERCITY BUS COMPANIES

GREAT LAKES GREYHOUND LINES OF INDIANA

Incorporated in 1930 as the original Central Greyhound Lines, evolving from the following companies:

Greyhound Lines of Indiana
Incorporated in 1926, became a subsidiary of Greyhound predecessor Motor Transit Corp.

Operated from Detroit to Cincinnati.

Cleveland-Pittsburgh Motor Coach Co.
Acquired in 1928 as a subsidiary of Greyhound predecessor Motor Transit Corp.

Based in Cleveland.

Cardinal Stage Lines
Acquired in 1926 as a subsidiary of Greyhound predecessor Motor Transit Corp. Operations subsequently transferred to Greyhound Lines of Indiana, which in 1930 became a subsidiary of Pennsylvania Greyhound Lines.

Operated from Chicago to Philadelphia.

Southland Transportation Co.
Acquired in 1926 as a subsidiary of Greyhound predecessor Motor Transit Corp.

Operated from Cincinnati to Louisville.

Blue Goose Lines
Acquired in 1928 as a subsidiary of Greyhound predecessor Motor Transit Corp.

Operated from Indianapolis to Evansville.

Sunny South Lines
Acquired in 1928 as a subsidiary of Greyhound predecessor Motor Transit Corp.

Operated from Detroit to Cincinnati.

Pioneer Stages
Acquired in 1928 as a subsidiary of Greyhound predecessor Motor Transit Corp.

Operated from New York to Denver.

Detroit-Toledo-Cleveland Bus Co.
Acquired in 1930.

Operated from Detroit to Cleveland.

In 1930, Greyhound Lines of Indiana became a subsidiary of Pennsylvania Greyhound Lines. But several of these routes were transferred to the original Central Greyhound Lines, covered on this page.

The original Central Greyhound Lines renamed in 1935 to the original Ohio Greyhound Lines. And renamed in 1941 to Great Lakes Greyhound Lines of Indiana.

Great Lakes Greyhound Lines of Indiana consolidated in 1957 into Central Division of Greyhound.


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