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Jaipur Low Floor Bus Route No. Sub-Urban 14 – Jhotwara to Bassi


Jaipur low floor bus route no. Sub-Urban 14 runs from Jhotwara to Bassi. This route covers a total distance of 56km, passing through 18 stops before reaching Bassi. This route connects two sub-urban areas located in the outskirts of the Jaipur area to the Jaipur city as well as to each other.

The buses running on this route start from Jhotwara and cover major localities of the Jaipur city such as Khatipura, Vaishali Nagar, Sodala, Civil Lines, Rambagh, the walled city area and Transport Nagar. From there the bus enters sub-urban areas of Bagrana and Kanauta via Ghat ki Guni tunnel. It then reaches Bassi from Kanauta via the Sai Baba Temple at Bhaosar Isharwala and Vinayak Vihar in Mansar Kheri.

 

Stops

Distance

Estimated Time

Jhotwara to Dev Path

2.1km

4mins

Dev Path to Vaishnavi Marg

2.7km

6mins

Vaishnavi Marg to Khatipura

3.1km

9mins

Khatipura to Vaishali Nagar

3.5km

9mins

Vaishali Nagar to Sodala

3.5km

9mins

Sodala to Civil Lines Metro

1.6km

5mins

Civil Lines Metro to Rambagh

4.6km

13mins

Rambagh to SMS Hospital

1.2km

4mins

SMS Hospital to Ajmeri Gate

1.4km

6mins

Ajmeri Gate to Sanganeri Gate

0.8km

4mins

Sanganeri Gate to Ghat Gate

0.85km

4mins

Ghat Gate to Transport Nagar

1.2km

5mins

Transport Nagar to Ghat ki Guni

5.1km

15mins

Ghat ki Guni to Bagrana

7.1km

19mins

Bagrana to Kanauta

3.2km

6mins

Kanauta to Sai Baba Temple

7km

15mins

Sai Baba Temple to Vinayak Vihar

1.9km

7mins

Vinayak Vihar to Bassi

5.8km

16mins


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