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Jaipur Low Floor Bus Route No. 10 – Galta Gate to Niwaru


Jaipur low floor bus route no. 10 travels from Galta Gate to Niwaru, covering a total distance of 28 km. Starting from Galta Gate the low floor bus route no. 10 halts at 17 major stops for 2-5 mins each before finally reaching Niwaru. The stoppages are as follows:

Jaipur low floor bus route no. 10 starts from Galta Gate. The bus then covers areas such as Transport Nagar, Jawahar Nagar, Shanti Path and Tilak Nagar. From there it moves to JDA Circle, Rambagh Circle, then to Sahkar Bhawan Circle, Sodala, ESI No. 4 and Hasanpura. The bus further travels to Railway Station, Chandpole, Pital Factory, Chomu Pulia, Jhotwara Kanta and Shalimar, before finally reaching Niwaru.

Stops

Distance

Estimated time

Galta Gate to Transport Nagar

1.3 km

6 mins

Transport Nagar  to Jawahar Nagar

1.1 km

12 mins

Jawahar Nagar to Shanti Path

1.4 km

6 mins

Shanti Path to Tilak Nagar

1.5 km

4 mins

Tilak Nagar to JDA Circle

2 km

8 mins

JDA Circle to Rambagh Circle

1.1 km

4 mins

Rambagh Circle to Sahkar Bhawan Circle

2.2 km

11 mins

Sahkar Bhawan Circle to Sodala

2 km

12 mins

Sodala to ESI No. 4

0.7 km

3 mins

ESI No. 4 to Hasanpura

1.2 km

6 mins

Hasanpura to Railway Station

2 km

12 mins

Railway Station to Chandpole

2.3 km

16 mins

Chandpole to Pital Factory

2 km

12 mins

Pital Factory to Chomu Pulia

1.8 km

9 mins

Chomu Pulia to Jhotwara Kanta

2 km

12 mins

Jhotwara Kanta to Shalimar

0.6 km

3 mins

Shalimar to Niwaru

2.8 km

14 mins

 

 


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