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Jaipur Low Floor Bus Route No. 9 – Agarwal Farm to Agarwal Farm


Jaipur low floor bus route no. 9 is a circular route that starts from Agarwal Farm, covers many areas in the city and then returns to Agarwal Farm, covering a total distance of 43 km. Starting from Agarwal Farm in Mansarovar, Jaipur, the low floor bus route no. 9 halts at 18 major stops for 2-5 mins each before returning back to Agarwal Farm. The stoppages are as follows:

Jaipur low floor bus route no. 9 starts from Agarwal Farm in Mansarovar, Jaipur to travel to Madhyam Marg. It then proceeds to Gujar ki Thadi, Gopalpura, Tonk Phatak, Imli Phatak and Sahkar Bhawan Circle. From Sahkar Bhawan Circle, the low floor bus route no. 9 moves to Railway Station, from where it further travels to Chandpole, Chomu Pulia, Jhotwara, Khatipura, Vaishali Nagar, Purani Chungi. It then takes the Kings Road to travel to Nirman Nagar. From there the bus moves to New Sanganer Road and SFS, before returning to Agarwal Farm.

Stops

Distance

Estimated Time

Agarwal Farm to Madhyam Marg

1 Km

5 Mins

Madhyam Marg to Gujar ki Thadi

2.3 Km

7 Mins

Gujar ki Thadi to Gopalpura

0.4 Km

2 Mins

Gopalpura to Tonk Phatak

5 Km

14 Mins

Tonk Phatak to Imli Phatak

1.9 Km

6 Mins

Imli Phatak to Sahkar Bhawan Circle

3.9 Km

17 Mins

Sahkar Bhawan Circle to Railway Station

1.7 Km

9 Mins

Railway Station to Chandpole

1.5 Km

9 Mins

Chandpole to Chomu Pulia

2 Km

9 Mins

Chomu Pulia to Jhotwara

0.6 Km

3 Mins

Jhotwara to Khatipura

4.9 Km

13 Mins

Khatipura to Vaishali Nagar

2.5 km

5 Mins

Vaishali Nagar to Purani Chungi

1.1 Km

4 Mins

Purani Chungi to Kings Road

2.2 Km

8 Mins

Kings Road to Nirman Nagar

4.9 Km

13 Mins

Nirman Nagar to New Sanganer Road

2.5 km

5 Mins

New Sanganer Road to SFS

1.1 Km

4 Mins

SFS to Agarwal Farm

2.2 Km

8 Mins

 

 


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