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Jaipur Private City Mini Bus Route No. 2A – Pashu Hatwada to Jaipur Junction


Jaipur’s private city mini bus route no. 2A travels from Pashu Hatwada, which is located near Ramgarh Road to the city’s main railway station, Jaipur Junction. The route covers a total distance of approx. 19km in approx. 1hr 45mins.

The buses running on this route start from Pashu Hatwada located near Ramgarh Road and travels to its nearby Muslim University named ‘Jamea Tul Hidaya’. It then crosses Manbagh and Chungi Naka to reach Ramgarh Mod. From here the bus enters the main city area and passes by Jorawar Singh Gate, Subhash Chowk, Badi Chaupad and Choti Chaupad to reach Chandpol. From Chandpol the bus moves towards Jaipur Junction, stopping by at Sindhi Camp bus stand on way.

 

Stops

Distance

Estimated Time

Pashu Hatwada to Muslim University

2.6km

11mins

Muslim University to Manbagh

1.9km

3mins

Manbagh to Chungi Naka

3km

15mins

Chungi Naka to Ramgarh Mod

1.5km

5mins

Ramgarh Mod to Jorawar Singh Gate

1.3km

3mins

Jorawar Singh Gate to Subhash Chowk

0.75km

8mins

Subhash Chowk to Badi Chaupad

1.6km

14mins

Badi Chaupad to Choti Chaupad

0.95km

10mins

Choti Chaupad to Chandpol

0.7km

8mins

Chandpol to Sindhi Camp

1.6km

19mins

Sindhi Camp to Jaipur Junction

2.5km

9mins

 

 


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