US Bus Lines
|Parent||Ventura Bus Lines|
|Service area||Eastern Melbourne|
|Service type||Bus operator|
Upper Ferntree Gully
|Fleet||52 (December 2013)|
|Chief executive||Andrew Cornwall|
In 1921 Belgrave United Motor Service was formed by Messrs Carter, Davies, Gayle and Hitchcock. The US Bus Lines was adopted later in the 1920s. The Olinda service was purchased from Tutt & Stone in 1925, and the Belgrave South service from W Parkin in April 1937. In May 1956 the Dandenong - Belgrave service was purchased from Dyson's Peninsula Motors and Panarama Bus Service from Mr Jewell in the early 1960s.
In February 1972 the business was merged into Invicta United Bus Lines, but this arrangement was dissolved in September 1973. In September 1981 US Bus Lines was purchased by G Pulitano and in 2003 became part of the Pulitano Group. In December 2009 US Bus Lines was sold to Ventura Bus Lines.
- 688 Croydon station – Upper Ferntree Gully station via Mount Dandenong, Olinda & Tremont (Daily), operated by US Bus Lines & Ventura Bus Lines
- 694 Belgrave station – Mount Dandenong via Olinda (Monday to Saturday (Off peak))
- 695 Belgrave station – Gembrook via Emerald (Daily)
- 696 Olinda – Monbulk via Monbulk Road (Monday to Friday (Off peak))
- 697 Belgrave station – Belgrave South via Belgrave Heights (Monday to Saturday)
- 699 Belgrave station – Upwey station via Tecoma station (Monday to Saturday)
As at December 2013 the fleet consisted of 52 buses. Fleet livery is white with red and blue stripes.