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Jaipur Low Floor Bus Route No. Sub-Urban 11 – Panchyawala to Goner


Jaipur low floor bus route no. Sub-Urban 11, travels from Panchyawala located on Sirsi Road to Goner, which is located in the Sanganer area of Jaipur. This route covers a total distance of 58km and passes through 20 stops before reaching Goner. The bus stops at each place for 2-5mins depending on the rush of passengers.

The bus running on route no. Sub-Urban 11 starts from Panchyawala to reach Khatipura via Meenawala. It then covers stops such as NBC Bearings, Jaipur Junction, Panch Batti and Chandpol to enter into the city area. The bus boards passengers from Choti Chaupad, Ajmeri Gate, Rambagh and Tonk Phatak to reach Jawahar Circle via Durgapura and Fortis Hospital. From Jawahar Circle, the bus on the Sub-Urban 11 route moves to Taron ki Koot, Sanganer Thana, Goshala, Pratap Nagar. It then travels to Choki Dhani, which is a popular village resort in the city. From Choki Dhani, the bus moves towards its final stop – Goner via Ramchandpura.

 

Stops

Distance

Estimated Time

Panchyawala to Meenawala

4.8km

12mins

Meenawala to Khatipura

1.5km

5mins

Khatipura to Haldighati Gate

4.1km

9mins

Haldighati Gate to NBC Bearings

2.2km

5mins

NBC Bearings to Jaipur Junction

1.6km

6mins

Jaipur Junction to Panch Batti

2.6km

11mins

Panch Batti to Chandpol

1.8km

9mins

Chandpol to Choti Chaupad

0.8km

4mins

Choti Chaupad to Ajmeri Gate

0.85km

3mins

Ajmeri Gate to Rambagh

2.9km

12mins

Rambagh to Tonk Phatak

3.7km

11mins

Tonk Phatak to Durgapura

3.5km

10mins

Durgapura to Fortis Hospital

2.5km

10mins

Fortis Hospital to Jawahar Circle

0.85km

5mins

Jawahar Circle to Taron ki Koot

1km

8mins

Taron ki Koot to Sanganer Thana

2.8km

11mins

Sanganer Thana to Goshala

3.3km

15mins

Goshala to Pratap Nagar

1.7km

9mins

Pratap Nagar to Choki Dhani

6.4km

14mins

Chokhi Dhani to Ramchandpura

3.8km

11mins

Ramchandpura to Goner

5.5km

16mins


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