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Jaipur Low Floor Bus Route No. Sub-Urban 15 – Chandpol to Chomu


Jaipur low floor bus route no. Sub-Urban 15 runs across a total distance of 41.3km from Chandpol to Chomu. The bus running on this route has 13 major stoppages, where it stops for 2-5 mins each. This route buses make it easier for the people here to travel to and from Chomu for work or other purposes.

Low floor bus running on this sub-urban route starts from Chandpol. It then boards passengers from MI Road, Panch Batti and Jaipur Junction, before moving to Vidhyadhar Nagar at Ambabari. It further crosses Alka Cinema to enter the Vishwakarma Industrial Area at VKI Road No. 9. The bus then moves to sub-urban areas of Harmada, Nindar, Tantiyawas, Rampura and Jaitpura to reach Chomu, which is its last stop.

 

Stops

Distance

Estimated Time

Chandpol to MI Road

1.7km

7mins

MI Road to Panch Batti

1.5km

6mins

Panch Batti to Jaipur Junction

2.5km

10mins

Jaipur Junction to Ambabari

4.2km

12mins

Ambabari to Vidhyadhar Nagar

2.5km

9mins

Vidhyadhar Nagar to Alka Cinema

1.9km

8mins

Alka Cinema to VKI Road No.9

3km

7mins

VKI Road No.9 to Harmada

2.5km

6mins

Harmada to Nindar

2.9km

4mins

Nindar to Tantiyawas

7.4km

12mins

Tantiyawas to Rampura

1.4km

2mins

Rampura to Jaitpura

3.1km

4mins

Jaitpura to Chomu

6.7km

13mins


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