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Jaipur Low Floor Bus Route No. 10 – Galta Gate to Galta Gate


Jaipur low floor bus route no. 10 is a circular route starting from Galta Gate, covering areas such as Transport Nagar, Jawahar Nagar, Rambagh Circle, Sodala, Hasanpura, Sindhi Camp, walled city area and then returning to Galta Gate. The buses on this route travel a total distance of 40 km approx and they stop by at 20 places before returning to Galta Gate again.

Some of the major stops include Transport Nagar, Mama ki Hotel in Jawahar Nagar area, Panchwati Circle, LBS College in Gurunanakpura, Rambagh Circle, Nandpuri, Sodala, Hasanpura, Railway Station, Sindhi Camp, Choti and Badi Chaupad, Ramganj and Surajpol.

 

Stops

Distance

Estimated time

Galta gate – TP nagar

1.8 Km

6 Mins

TP nagar – Sathya sai collage

2.7 Km

10 Mins

Sathya sai collage – Mama ki hotel

1.8 Km

7 Mins

Mama ki hotel – Pulia no. 1

0.8 Km

4 Mins

Pulia no. 1 – Panchwati circle

0.28 Km

1 Mins

Panchwati circle – LBS collage

0.8 Km

3 Mins

LBS collage – JDA circle

1.9 Km

6 Mins

JDA circle – Rambagh circle

2.3 Km

8 Mins

Rambagh circle – High court circle

2.6 Km

9 Mins

High court circle – Shahkar bhagwan

1.8 Km

6 Mins

Shahkar bhagwan – Nandpuri

4.1 Km

15 Mins

Nandpuri – Sodala

2.2 Km

9 Mins

Sodala – ESI dispencery

1 Km

5 Mins

Esi dispencery – Hasanpura

2 Km

9 Mins

Hasanpura – Jaipur club

2.4 Km

9 Mins

Jaipur club – Railway station

1.8 Km

7 Mins

Railway station – Polo victory

0.95 Km

4 Mins

Polo victory – Sindhi camp

1.6 Km

8 Mins

Sindhi camp – Choti chopard

2.0 Km

11 Mins

Choti chopad – Badi chopad

0.9 Km

6 Mins

Badi chopad – Ramganj

0.9 KM

5 Mins

Ramganj – Surajpol

2.6 Km

11 Mins

Surajpol – Galta gate

0.55 Km

3 Mins

 

 


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