Typical United Motor Coach timetable, showing the Dempster Street Route 50, now Pace Route 250. Also shown is a connecting route operating as far as Barrington. United Motor Coach timetables were printed by Russell's Guides, using a type similar to Greyhound and other intercity bus timetables, which were also printed by Russell's Guides.
Route 10 between Glenview and the Chicago Loop, which was the last former United Motor Coach route operating all the way into Chicago. Here in 1961, the basic frequency was half hourly.
In 1961, United Motor Coach had an impressive network of local routes serving Des Plaines. And also Park Ridge.
Entry from the February 1948 Russell's Official Motor Coach Guide, when United Motor Coach operated all the way to Harvard and Elgin. At the time, United Motor Coach operated more service into downtown Chicago, using the downtown Trailways bus terminal at 20 E. Randolph St.