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Jaipur Private City Mini Bus Route No. 15 – Kanauta to Harmada


Jaipur’s private city mini bus route no. 15 runs from Kanauta to Harmada, covering an approx. distance of 44km in about 2hrs 10mins. This route has 15 major stoppages, where it stops by for 3-5mins to allow passengers to board the bus.

The bus starts moving from Kanauta to Mali ki Kothi in Bagrana, which lies 4.9 km away from Kanauta. It then travels to Paldi Meena, further moving to Ghat ki Guni via Goner Road. From Ghat ki Guni the bus moves to Transport Nagar, Ghat Gate, Ajmeri Gate, Panch Batti at MI Road and Government Hostel, which is just 1km away from Panch Batti. It then passes by Chandpol to reach Kavatia Circle in Shastri Nagar, then travels to Vidhyadhar Nagar and the VKI area (Vishwakarma Industrial Area), before reaching its final stoppage at Harmada.

 

Stops

Distance

Estimated Time

Kanauta to Mali ki Kothi

4.9km

9mins

Mali ki Kothi to Paldi Meena

5.6km

14mins

Paldi Meena to Ghat ki Guni

5.2km

13mins

Ghat ki Guni to Transport Nagar

4.4km

12mins

Transport Nagar to Ghat Gate

1.2km

12mins

Ghat Gate to Ajmeri Gate

1.7km

10mins

Ajmeri Gate to Panch Batti

2.1km

9mins

Panch Batti to Government Hostel

1km

5mins

Government Hostel to Chandpol

2km

8mins

Chandpol to Kavatia Circle

3.7km

13mins

Kavatia Circle to Shastri Nagar

0.85

3mins

Shastri Nagar to Vidhyadhar Nagar

3.3km

8mins

Vidhyadhar Nagar to VKI

4.7km

12mins

VKI to Harmada

3.4km

9mins

 

 


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