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Jaipur Low Floor Bus Route No. 6A – Malviya Nagar to Khirni Phatak


Jaipur low floor bus route no. 6A travels from Malviya Nagar to Khirni Phatak, covering a total distance of 25 km. Starting from Malviya Nagar, the low floor bus route no. 6A halts at 21 major stops for 2-5 mins each before finally reaching Khirni Phatak. This route involves Malviya Nagar locality’s major spots, railway station, prominent hospital in the city - SMS hospital, etc. The stoppages are as follows:

Jaipur low floor bus route no. 6A starts from Malviya Nagar, moving around Sector 5, Underpass Bridge and Sector 1-3. The bus then moves to Saras Dairy and passes through JLN Marg. It also crosses Dainik Bhaskar office on its way to the Gandhi Nagar Station. From there the bus boards passengers from Tonk Phatak, Rambagh, SMS Hospital, Ajmeri Gate and moves to MI Road. It then crosses Collectory Circle, Chinkara Canteen, Panipech, Ambabadi to travel to Chomu Pulia, from where the bus on route no. 6A moves to Jhotwara before finally reaching Khirni Phatak.

Stops

Distance

Estimated time

Malviya Nagar to Sector 5

0.2 km

6 mins

Sector 5 to Underpass Bridge

0.8 km

5 mins

Underpass Bridge to Sector 1

1.2 km

7 mins

Sector 1 to Sector 2

0.7 km

3 mins

Sector 2 to Sector 3

0.6 km

2 mins

Sector 3 to Saras Dairy

1 km

6 mins

Saras Dairy to JLN Marg

1.5 km

9 mins

JLN Marg to Dainik Bhaskar

1.5 km

7 mins

Dainik Bhaskar to Gandhi Nagar Railway Station

0.7 km

3 mins

Gandhi Nagar Railway Station to Tonk Phatak

1.8 km

8 mins

Tonk Phatak to Rambagh

2.05 km

11 mins

Rambagh to SMS Hospital

0.6 km

4 mins

SMS Hospital to Ajmeri Gate

1.7 km

7 mins

Ajmeri Gate to MI Road

0.45 km

6 mins

MI Road to Collectory Circle

1.8 km

9 mins

Collectory Circle to Chinkara Canteen

0.6 km

6 mins

Chinkara Canteen  to Panipech

0.9 km

12 mins

Panipech to Ambabadi

1.5 km

11 mins

Ambabadi to Chomu Pulia

1 km

5 mins

Chomu Pulia to Jhotwara

2 km

14 mins

Jhotwara to Khirni Phatak

2.4 km

12 mins

 

 


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