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Jaipur Low Floor Bus Route No. Sub-Urban 18 – Chomu Pulia to Kalwara


Jaipur low floor bus route no. Sub-Urban 18 cover 35.4 km to travel from Chomu Pulia to Kalwara, Rajasthan. The route covers a number of major areas of the city such as Jhotwara, Khatipura, Vaishali Nagar and Mahapura. This route also passes through the Mahindra World City, Jaipur, which is a planned business city set up jointly by the Mahindra Group and the Government of Rajasthan. The buses on this route stop by at 13 important places to finally reach Kalwara, Rajasthan.

The buses on this route start from Chomu Pulia, from where they travel to Jhotwara via Shalimar Circle. The bus then crosses Khatipura, Vaishali Nagar, Amrapali in Vaishali and Chitrakoot to reach Heerapura. It then enters the sub-urban areas of Bhankrota and then to Mahapura via Mahapura Mod. From Mahapura, the buses running on this route cross Jhai to reach Mahindra SEZ, which is located near the Mahindra World City, Jaipur. It then finally reaches Kalwara, covering another 1.7km from Mahindra SEZ.

 

Stops

Distance

Estimated Time

Chomu Pulia to Shalimar Circle

3.4km

8mins

Shalimar Circle to Jhotwara

1km

3mins

Jhotwara to Khatipura

6.4km

17mins

Khatipura to Vaishali Nagar

3.5km

10mins

Vaishali Nagar to Amrapali Marg

2.1km

7mins

Amrapali Marg to Chitrakoot

1.7km

5mins

Chitrakoot to Heerapura

2.3km

8mins

Heerapura to Bhankrota

3.4km

7mins

Bhankrota to Mahapura Mod

2.7km

7mins

Mahapura Mod to Mahapura

1.6km

5mins

Mahapura to Jhai

3.2km

8mins

Jhai to Mahindra SEZ

2.4km

5mins

Mahindra SEZ to Kalwara

1.7km

3mins


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