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Jamaica Buses Inc. is a private bus company that operates out of Jamaica, New York. It originally came into existence in 1894 as the Long Island Electric Railway, or LIERy, which ran streetcars in Queens and Nassau Counties. LIERy went bankrupt in 1926, and the Queens streetcar lines were re-organized as the Jamaica Central Railways. Buses replaced the streetcars in 1933, and the company name was changed to Jamaica Buses.

Jamaica Buses Inc. operates these four lines in southern Queens:
q110--Parsons Boulevard + Hillside Avenue, Jamaica, to Belmont Racetrack, via Jamaica Avenue. Subway transfers--F at Parsons Boulevard; E, J, and Z at Jamaica Center. LIRR transfer--Belmont Racetrack, race days only.

q111--Parsons Boulevard + Hillside Avenue to 147th Avenue + Francis Lewis Boulevard, Rosedale, via Guy R. Brewer Blvd. Same subway transfers. Serves York College.

q112--Parsons Boulevard + Hillside Avenue to Liberty Avenue + Cross Bay Boulevard, Ozone Park, via Liberty Avenue. Same subway transfers plus A at Lefferts Boulevard; 111th Street; 104th Street; and Rockaway Boulevard stations. Serves York College.

q113--Parsons Boulevard + Hillside Avenue to Seagirt Boulevard + Beach 20th Street, Far Rockaway. Subway transfers--F at Parsons Blvd; E, J, and Z at Jamaica Center, A at Mott Avenue-Far Rockaway. LIRR transfer--Far Rockaway. Serves York College.

Source: New York City Department of Transportation {NYCDOT) website.

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