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Jaipur Low Floor Bus Route No. 8 – Jagatpura to Jagatpura


Jaipur low floor bus route no. 8 is a circular route that starts from Jagatpura, covers the city’s major areas and then returns to Jagatpura, covering a total distance of 40 km. Starting from Jagatpura, the low floor bus route no. 8 halts at 18 major stops for 2-5 mins each before returning back to Jagatpura. The stoppages are as follows:

Jaipur low floor bus route no. 8 starts from Jagatpura. It then stops by at Apex Circle, Jhalana, Gandhinagar Mod and travels to Rambagh. From Rambagh the bus passes by Ajmeri Gate in the city area to reach MI Road. It stops by GPO and further moves to Sodala. The low floor bus route no. 8 then takes Kings Road before stopping by at Nirman Nagar, Ganga Jamuna Petrol Pump, Madhyam Marg, Agarwal Farm, Sanganer Police Station and Sitabadi. The bus then moves towards Jawahar Circle. It further crosses Vivek Vihar and Jagatpura Railway Station before returning back to Jagatpura.

Stops

Distance

Estimated time

Jagatpura to Apex Circle

3.2 km

14 mins

Apex Circle to Jhalana

4.2 km

19 mins

Jhalana to Gandhinagar Mod

2.6 km

9 mins

Gandhinagar Mod to Rambagh

1.5 km

6 mins

Rambagh to Ajmeri Gate

1.8 km

7 mins

Ajmeri Gate to MI Road

0.45 km

5 mins

MI Road to GPO

0.75 km

2 mins

GPO to Sodala

1.8 km

10 mins

Sodala to Nirman Nagar

2.9 km

12 mins

Nirman Nagar to Ganga Jamuna Petrol Pump

1.2 km

6 mins

Ganga Jamuna Petrol Pump to Madhyam Marg

3.1 km

11 mins

Madhyam Marg to Agarwal Farm

0.5 km

3 mins

Agarwal Farm to Sanganer Police Station

4 km

14 mins

Sanganer Police Station to Sitabadi

2.8

13 mins

Sitabadi to Jawahar Circle

2.2 km

6 mins

Jawahar Circle to Vivek Vihar

3 km

11 mins

Vivek Vihar to Jagatpura Railway Station

0.6 km

3 mins

Jagatpura Railway Station to Jagatpura

3.4 km

14 mins

 

 


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