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Jaipur Low Floor Bus Route No. 3A – Sanganer to Choti Chaupad


Jaipur low floor bus route no. 3A travels from Sanganer to Choti Chaupad, covering a total distance of 15 km. The bus starts from Sanganer and halts at 11 major stops for 2-5 mins each before finally reaching Choti Chaupad in the main walled city of Jaipur. The stoppages are as follows:

Starting from Sanganer in Pratap Nagar, the low floor bus route no. 3A moves to NRI Circle. From NRI Circle, it then moves to Sanganer Police Station, from where the bus further proceeds to Taron ki Koot, Durgapura and Gopalpura Mod so as to move towards Tonk Phatak. After Tonk Phatak Jaipur low floor bus route no. 3A reaches Rambagh Circle and passes by Narayan Singh Circle and SMS Hospital to reach Ajmeri Gate. It then finally travels to reach Choti Chaupad in the city area.

Stops

Distance

Estimated time

Sanganer to NRI Circle

1.3 km

11 mins

NRI Circle to Sanganer Police Station

2.2 km

14 mins

Sanganer Police Station to Taron ki Koot

1.7 km

7 mins

Taron ki Koot to Durgapura

1.6 km

11 mins

Durgapura to Gopalpura Mod

1.2 km

9 mins

Gopalpura Mod to Tonk Phatak

1.4 km

10 mins

Tonk Phatak to Rambagh Circle

1.2 km

10 mins

Rambagh Circle to Narayan Singh Circle

1 km

5 mins

Narayan Singh Circle to SMS Hospital

1 km

6 mins

SMS Hospital to Ajmeri Gate

1.6 km

9 mins

Ajmeri Gate to Choti Chaupad

0.8 km

3 mins

 

 


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