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Jaipur Low Floor Bus Route No. 2 – Bhankrota to Chandpole


Jaipur’s low floor bus route no. 2 travels from Bhankrota to Chandpole, covering a total distance of 14km. The bus starts from Bhankrota and halts at 9 major stops for 2-5 mins each before finally reaching Chandpole in the city area. The stoppages are as follows:

The low floor bus route number 2 travels from Bhankrota on Sirsi Road, Jaipur to Heerapura and then moves to DCM. From DCM the bus passes through Kings Road towards Shyam Nagar and then to Sodala. It crosses Civil Lines Chauraha to further travel to GPO.  From there it passes by Sindhi Camp to finally reach Chandpole.

Stops

Distance

Estimated time

Bhankrota – Heerapura

2.9 km

8 mins

Heerapura – DCM

2 km

4 mins

DCM – Kings Road

0.55 km

3 mins

Kings Road – Shyam Nagar

1 km

9 mins

Shyam Nagar – Sodala

1.25 km

10 mins

Sodala – Civil Lines Chauraha

1.4 km

6 mins

Civil Lines Chauraha - GPO

2.4 km

16 mins

GPO – Sindhi Camp

1 km

9 mins

Sindhi Camp - Chandpole

1.5 km

7 mins

 

 


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