Of the approximately 65 members of the Trailways Transportation System, the following bus lines are known to issue timetables
to the public in one form or another:
1.Burlington Trailways (not to be confused with RR subidiary)
2.Capitol Trailways of Pennsylvania
8.New York Trailways
There are probably others to be sure, but if there are others, it would be most appreciated if they are called to my attention.
As for Continental Trailways, it was the largest member of the entire National Trailways Bus System for many years and issued
a variety of timetable forms that rivaled that of Greyhound LInes. The following are a few of the timetable forms and territories
Form CE1. Timetable folder that covered the transcontinental through routes of Continental Trailways between New York,
Los Angeles, San FRancisco and intermediate points. Principal transcon routes were called The Golden Nugget Route, which ran
via Salt Lake City,Denver, and Omaha west of Chicago; The Empire Route, which ran between New York and Los Angeles via St.
Louis, Joplin,Amarillo, Phoenix, to name a few, and The Ozark Route, which ran from New York to Houston via St. Louis, Little
Rock, and other points. CEMT-5 New Interstate 80 Route. This was essentially a remake of Edwards Lakes To Sea's system timetable
but with the Continental Trailways Name. CEMT 3. Was another Continental Trailways-Edwards Lakes To Sea Division folder covering
the New York-Cleveland route only. CEMT1 was still another Edwards Lakes to Sea Division folder covering Elmira,NY-Williamsport,PA
plus Williamsport-State College,PA. CSWT-4 was a Continental Safeway Trails form covering service between Philadelphia,South
Jersey,Camden, and New York. Form 11 covered Trailways routes along the Eastern Seaboard and coast to coast. Named routes
were: The Rebel Route, The Dixieland Route,The President Route,and the Atlantic States Route. CQ 7 was a timetable folder
for Continental Trailways routes serving the Great Smoky Mountains, and Western North Carolina. Principal named route was
The Arrow Route. These are only a few examples of the multitude of timetable folders issued by Continental Trailways. Smaller
members of the National Trailways Bus System issued their own individual timetable folders as well. IN addition, a Trailways
System Timetable book was issued, covering the whole system. This was primarily for use by agents and operating personnel.
With the 1987 purchase of Trailways Lines, Inc. (formerly Continental Trailways), a lot of the timetable folders that once
appeared in the timetable racks at trailways stations around the country vanished or became Greyhound/Trailways forms instead.