Jamaica Buses was a bus company in New York City, United States, operating local service in Queens and express service to Manhattan until January 30, 2006, when the MTA Bus Company took over its operations.
After the bankruptcy of the Long Island Electric Railway in 1926, the trolley lines in Nassau County were disestablished, however the ones in Queens survived, and the company was reorganized as the Jamaica Central Railways. This company would continue to operate streetcars for another six years.
In 1933, the City of New York granted a bus franchise service to Jamaica Buses, a subsidiary of Jamaica Central Railways. It was to operate buses over the Jamaica Central Railways trolley lines, which were being closed due to the widening of Jamaica Avenue. It was later acquired by the stockholders of Green Bus Lines after financial troubles, and in the 1970s an express route to Manhattan was initiated.
- Q110 Jamaica - Belmont Park, via Jamaica Avenue
- Q111 Jamaica - Rosedale, via Guy Brewer Boulevard
- Q112 Jamaica - Ozone Park, via Liberty Avenue
- Q113 Jamaica - Far Rockaway, via Guy Brewer Boulevard - Limited stops and Local services
- QM21 Rochdale Village - Gramercy Park, Manhattan Express
- NYCDOT - Privately Operated Bus Service (as of early-to-mid 2000s, accessed January 19, 2007)