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Jaipur Private City Mini Bus Route No. 6A – Jagatpura to Jaipur Junction


Jaipur’s private city mini bus route no. 6A connects Jagatpura and the city’s main railway station, Jaipur Junction. This route covers a total distance of approx. 27km in about 1hr 40mins, stopping by at 13 major places.

The buses running on this route start from Jagatpura. The bus travels to Malviya Nagar and Apex Circle and then moves to Jawahar Nagar via Jhalana. From Jhalana, the buses on this route pass through Transport Nagar to enter the main city area. It boards passengers from Sanganeri Gate and Ajmeri Gate and then travels to Panch Batti at MI Road. From Panch Batti the bus travels to Jaipur Junction, stopping by at Government Hostel on its way.

 

Stops

Distance

Estimated Time

Jagatpura to Malviya Nagar

7km

12mins

Malviya Nagar to Apex Circle

0.85km

2mins

Apex Circle to Jhalana

3.6km

13mins

Jhalana to Baiji ki Kothi

2.7km

6mins

Baiji ki Kothi to Jawahar Nagar

0.75km

4mins

Jawahar Nagar to Devi ka Mandir

1.8km

10mins

Devi ka Mandir to Transport Nagar

2.3km

11mins

Transport Nagar to Sanganeri Gate

2.1km

10mins

Sanganeri Gate to Ajmeri Gate

1km

9mins

Ajmeri Gate to Panch Batti

2.5km

9mins

Panch Batti to Government Hostel

1.1km

5mins

Government Hostel to Jaipur Junction

1.4km

8mins

 

 


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