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Jaipur Low Floor Bus Route No. 9A – Agarwal Farm to Dadi ka Phatak

Jaipur low floor bus route no. 9A travels from Agarwal Farm to Dadi ka Phatak, covering a total distance of 28 km. Starting from Agarwal Farm in Mansarovar, Jaipur, the low floor bus route no. 9A halts at 16 major stops for 2-5 mins each before finally reaching Dadi ka Phatak. The stoppages are as follows:
Jaipur low floor bus route no. 9A starts from Agarwal Farm in Mansarovar and moves to Vijay Path, which is just 1km away from it. From there, the bus moves to board passengers at Shipra Path, Maharani Farm, Durgapura, Tonk Phatak and Rambagh. It then reaches the city area at Ajmeri Gate, from where it crosses Sanganeri Gate and Badi Chaupad to move towards Chandpole. Then the bus stops at Pital Factory, Shastri Nagar, Vidhyadhar Nagar, Alka Cinema and Road No. 1 of Murlipura, before reaching its final stop at Dadi ka Phatak.
 

Stops

Distance

Estimated Time

Agarwal Farm to Vijay Path

1 km

5 mins

Vijay Path to Shipra Path

1 km

3 mins

Shipra Path to Maharani Farm

1.7 km

7 mins

Maharani Farm to Durgapura

0.4 km

2 mins

Durgapura to Tonk Phatak

4.2 km

14 mins

Tonk Phatak to Rambagh

1.9 km

6 mins

Rambagh to Ajmeri Gate

2.3 km

17 mins

Ajmeri Gate to Sanganeri Gate

1.7 km

9 mins

Sanganeri Gate to Badi Chaupad

1.5 km

9 mins

Badi Chaupad to Chandpol

1.5 km

9 mins

Chandpol to Pital Factory

2 km

9 mins

Pital Factory to Shastri Nagar

0.6 km

3 mins

Shastri Nagar to Vidhyadhar Nagar

3.1 km

13 mins

Vidhyadhar Nagar to Alka Cinema

1.8 km

5 mins

Alka Cinema to Road No. 1 Murlipura

1.1 km

4 mins

Road No. 1 Murlipura to Dadi ka Phatak

2.2 km

8 mins


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