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Jaipur Low Floor Bus Route No. Sub-Urban 16 – Ajmeri Gate to Chaksu

Jaipur low floor bus route no. Sub-Urban 15 runs from Ajmeri Gate to Chaksu, covering 47.1km. This route connects the small municipal town of Chaksu to the main city area of Jaipur. The bus running across this route stops by at 16 major sites on way. It stands at each of these stops for 2-5mins to let passengers board the bus.

This sub-urban route buses start from Ajmeri Gate in the city area and move to Tonk Phatak via SMS Hospital and Rambagh. From Tonk Phatak, the bus moves towards Gopalpura and Durgapura. It then crosses the Fortis Escorts Hospital in Malviya Nagar to reach Jawahar Circle, from where this route moves towards Sanganer Thana. The bus then enters Pratap Nagar at Kumbha Marg via 12 Meel. It then crosses Shyam Vatika near Choki Dhani to travel to more sub-urban areas of Beelwa, Shivdaspura and Shitla to finally reach Chaksu. This route covers two major hospitals in the city including SMS Hospital and the Fortis Hospital in Malviya Nagar.

 

Stops

Distance

Estimated Time

Ajmeri Gate to SMS Hospital

1.7km

7mins

SMS Hospital to Rambagh

0.9km

4mins

Rambagh to Tonk Phatak

3.9km

13mins

Tonk Phatak to Gopalpura

1.3km

5mins

Gopalpura to Durgapura

3.3km

9mins

Durgapura to Fortis Hospital

2.5km

10mins

Fortis Hospital to Jawahar Circle

0.8km

4mins

Jawahar Circle to Taron ki Koot

1.3km

6mins

Taron ki Koot to Sanganer Thana

2.9km

10mins

Sanganer Thana to 12 Meel

2.5km

8mins

12 Meel to Kumbha Marg

2.6km

7mins

Kumbha Marg to Shyam Vatika

4.8km

10mins

Shyam Vatika to Beelwa

4km

13mins

Beelwa to Shivdaspura

4.6km

12mins

Shivdaspura to Shitla

6.1km

14mins

Shitla to Chaksu

3.9km

9mins


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