Typical late South Suburban Safeway Lines timetable dated 1976, showing the "Dan Ryan Flyer" service operating into downtown Chicago via the expressway. This route evolved to Pace Route 353, now terminating at the 95th/Dan Ryan rapid transit terminal. Through service to Chicago Heights also no longer exists, cut back in 1977.
Cover of a South Suburban Safeway Lines timetable dated 1954. Similar to the 1976 timetable, but also showing a bus 806, a model TD-4001 manufactured by Yellow in 1940. Showed buses operating every 15 minutes between the downtown Trailways bus terminal at 20 E. Randolph St., and 130th and Indiana. This may be a combined timetable, showing both the buses to Chicago Heights via what evolved to Pace route 353, and the buses to Altgeld Gardens.
Entry from the February 1948 Russell's Official Motor Coach Guide, when South Suburban Safeway Lines emphasized downtown service. At the time, South Suburban Safeway Lines used the downtown Trailways bus terminal at 20 E. Randolph St. One route evolved to Pace Route 353, and the route to Calumet City was later extended to Lansing and now is Pace Route 355. Only that route continued to operate into downtown until 2009, when it became a rush hour only feeder bus connecting with the South Shore Line trains at Hegewisch.
One side of a South Suburban Safeway Lines timetable dated 1941, covering local service in Chicago Heights.