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Jaipur Low Floor Bus Route No. 2 – Bhankrota to Chandpol


Jaipur’s low floor bus route no. 2 travels from Bhankrota to Chandpole, covering a total distance of 27 kms approx. The bus starts from Bhankrota and stops at 18 stands for 2-5 mins each, to finally reach Chandpole. The stoppages are as follows:

Low floor bus route no. 2 buses start from Bhankrota on Ajmer Road, Jaipur to stop at Kesupura, Kamla Nehru Nagar, Power House, Hirapura Bypass, then moves to DCM. From DCM the bus moves through the Kings Road to further reach Purani Chungi and Shyam Nagar. The next stoppage for low floor bus route no. 2 buses is New Sanganer Road Mod, from where they travel to Sodala, then ESI Dispensary, Majdoor Nagar, stopping at Civil Lines Chauraha to further travel to Hathroi, Shalimar, Polo Victory, GPO and Sindhi Camp. From Sindhi Camp the bus reaches Chandpol as its final stop.

 

Stops

Distances

Estimated Time

Bhakrota - Kesupura

4.3 Km

13 Mins

Kesupura – Kamla Nehru nagar

1.3 km

6 Mins

Kamla Nehru nagar – Power house

2.5 km

8 Mins

Power house – Hirapura bypass

2 km

5 Mins

Hirapura bypass - DCM

1.5 Km

4 Mins

DCM – Kings road

0.55 Km

4 Mins

Kings road – Purani chungi

1 Km

5 Mins

Purani chungi – Shyam nagar

2.5 Km

7 Mins

Shyam nagar – New sanganer road moad

1.1 Km

10 Mins

New sanganer road mod - Sodala

1 Km

8 Mins

Sodala – ESI decpensery

0.65 Km

2 Mins

ESI decpensery – Majdoor nagar

0.65 Km

2 Mins

Majdoor nagar – Civil line chauraha

1 km

3 Mins

Civil line chauraha - Hathori

1.1 Km

5 Mins

Hathori - Shalimar

2.1 km

10 Mins

Shalimar – Polo victory

0.4 Km

5 Mins

Polo victory - Gpo

1.0 Km

12 Mins

Gpo – Sindhi camp

1.5 Km

15 Mins

Sindhi camp - Chandpole

1.6 Km

7 Mins

 

 

 


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