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Jaipur Low Floor Bus Route No. 18 - Chomu Pulia to Kalwara


Jaipur low floor bus route no. 18 travels from Chomu Pulia to Kalwara, covering a total distance of 28 km. Starting from Chomu Pulia, the low floor bus route no. 18 halts at 10 major stops for 2-5 mins each before finally reaching Kalwara. The stoppages are as follows:

Jaipur low floor bus route no. 18 starts moving from Chomu Pulia to Jhotwara. It then travels to Khatipura, Vaishali Nagar, Chitakoot and Heerapura before entering the sub-urban areas of Bhankrota. From there the low floor bus route no. 18 moves further on Jaipur-Kishangarh Expressway to reach Mahapura. It further crosses Jhai to reach Mahindra SEZ, which is located near the Mahindra World City, Jaipur, which is a planned business city set up jointly by the Mahindra Group and the Government of Rajasthan. From Mahindra SEZ the bus finally travels to Kalwara.

Stops

Distance

Estimated Time

Chomu Pulia to Jhotwara

3.4 km

13 mins

Jhotwara to Khatipura

5.2 km

17 mins

Khatipura to Vaishali Nagar

3 km

10 mins

Vaishali Nagar to Chitrakoot

1.4 km

6 mins

Chitrakoot to Heerapura

2.1 km

8 mins

Heerapura to Bhankrota

3 km

7 mins

Bhankrota to Mahapura

3.7 km

10 mins

Mahapura to Jhai

2.8 km

8 mins

Jhai to Mahindra SEZ

1.9 km

5 mins

Mahindra SEZ to Kalwara

1.5 km

3 mins

 

 


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