Chicago Motor Bus Company was a bus operator in the city from which it drew its name.

It was organized in 1917, operating buses in areas where streetcars were not permitted to operate (primarily in major parks and on boulevards). Sometime in the early 1920s, the Chicago Motor Bus Company was merged with two other companies, the Chicago Stage Company and the Depot Motor Bus Lines, to form the Chicago Motor Coach Company, which became the second-largest urban bus company in the United States.

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