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Jaipur Private City Mini Bus Route No. 14 – Chomu Pulia to Bassi


Jaipur’s private city mini bus route no. 14 runs from Chomu Pulia at Sikar Road to Bassi, Rajasthan, which lies in the outskirts of the city. This route covers a total distance of approx. 50km in about 2hrs 10mins.

The private city mini bus on route no.14 travels from Chomu Pulia, Sikar Road to Ram Mandir Road. It then stops by at Durga Marg in Bani Park, further moves to Hathroi from where it travels to Chandpol via Station Road. It then boards passengers from Choti Chaupad, Badi Chaupad, Sanganeri Gate, Ghat Gate and Transport Nagar, before reaching Ghat ki Guni, from where it takes the Agra-Bikaner Road to travel to Bagrana. The next stoppages on this route are Kanauta and then finally, Bassi.

 

Stops

Distance

Estimated Time

Chomu Pulia to Ram Mandir Road

3.5km

8mins

Ram Mandir Road to Durga Marg

0.6km

2mins

Durga Marg to Hathroi

2.4km

11mins

Hathroi to Chandpol

3.1km

14mins

Chandpol to Choti Chaupad

0.75km

7mins

Choti Chaupad to Badi Chaupad

0.9km

8mins

Badi Chaupad to Sanganeri Gate

0.9km

5mins

Sanganeri Gate to Ghat Gate

1km

6mins

Ghat Gate to Transport Nagar

1.2km

5mins

Transport Nagar to Ghat ki Guni

5.7km

17mins

Ghat ki Guni to Bagrana

7.1km

11mins

Bagrana to Kanauta

3.2km

6mins

Kanauta to Bassi

20.2km

30mins

 

 


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