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Jaipur Low Floor Bus Route No. 12 – Badi Chaupad to Badi Chaupad


Jaipur low floor bus route no. 12 starts from Badi Chaupad, which is adjacent to Jaipur’s major attraction – Hawa Mahal. This route covers a total distance of 34.4km, stopping by at 14 major places on its way back to Badi Chaupad.

The bus running at route no. 12 starts from Badi Chaupad in the city area and moves towards Sanganeri Gate via Johari Bazaar. It then travels to Ghat Gate, after which the bus is boarded by passengers from Transport Nagar, RTO, Jagatpura Phatak, Apex Circle, Jhalana, Gandhi Nagar Mod, Lal Kothi, Rambagh Circle, Narayan Singh Circle, SMS Hospital, Ajmeri Gate and Sanganeri Gate, on its way back to Badi Chaupad. The bus stops for 2-5mins at each of its stops, depending on the rush.

 

Stops

Distance

Estimated Time

Badi Chaupad to Sanganeri Gate

0.8km

5mins

Sanganeri Gate to Ghat Gate

0.85km

5mins

Ghat Gate to Transport Nagar

1.2km

8mins

Transport Nagar to Kho Nogaria

4.4km

13mins

Kho Nogaria to RTO

4.8km

13mins

RTO to Jagatpura Phatak

3.8km

12mins

Jagatpura Phatak to Jagatpura Road

1.4km

10mins

Jagatpura Road to Apex Circle

2.4km

7mins

Apex Circle to Jhalana

2.5km

8mins

Jhalana to Gandhi Nagar Mod

4.5km

14mins

Gandhi Nagar Mod to Lal Kothi

1.2km

7mins

Lal Kothi to Rambagh Circle

2.2km

9mins

Rambagh Circle to Narayan Singh Circle

0.7km

5mins

Narayan Singh Circle to SMS Hospital

0.8km

3mins

SMS Hospital to Ajmeri Gate

1.2km

4mins

Ajmeri Gate to Sanganeri Gate

0.85km

6mins

Sanganeri Gate to Badi Chaupad

0.8km

10mins


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