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Jaipur Low Floor Bus Route No. 7 – Panchyawala to Transport Nagar


Jaipur low floor bus route no. 7 travels from Panchyawala to Transport Nagar, covering a total distance of 20 km. Starting from Panchyawala, the low floor bus route no. 7 halts at 13 major stops for 2-5 mins each before finally reaching Transport Nagar. The stoppages are as follows:

Jaipur low floor bus route no. 7 starts from Panchyawala to Heerapura. It then moves to New Transport Nagar, Gaj Singh Pura, Dharam Kanta and passes by Gujar ki Thadi to reach Triveni Nagar. The low floor bus route no. 7 then passes by Gopalpura, Rambagh, Narayan Singh Circle, Moti Dungri, Govind Marg and Mental Hospital, before finally reaching Transport Nagar.

Stops

Distance

Estimated time

Panchyawala to Heerapura

2.1 km

14 mins

Heerapura to New Transport Nagar

1.3 km

7 mins

New Transport Nagar to Gaj Singh Pura

1.5 km

8 mins

Gaj Singh Pura to Dharam Kanta

1.3 km

5 mins

Dharam Kanta to Gujar ki Thadi

4.45 km

13 mins

Gujar ki Thadi to Triveni Nagar

1.4 km

4 mins

Triveni Nagar to Gopalpura

0.9 km

3 mins

Gopalpura to Rambagh

2.5 km

9 mins

Rambagh to Narayan Singh Circle

0.7 km

9 mins

Narayan Singh Circle to Moti Dungri

0.9 km

4 mins

Moti Dungri to Govind Marg

1.1 km

4 mins

Govind Marg to Mental Hospital

0.45 km

2 mins

Mental Hospital to Transport Nagar

1.4 km

7 mins

 

 


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