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Jaipur Low Floor Bus Route No. 7A – Heerapura to Jawahar Nagar


Jaipur low floor bus route no. 7A travels from Heerapura to Jawahar Nagar, covering a total distance of 22 km. Starting from Heerapura, the low floor bus route no. 7A halts at 16 major stops for 2-5 mins each before finally reaching Jawahar Nagar. The stoppages are as follows:

Jaipur low floor bus route no. 7A starts from Heerapura to Chitrakoot. From there it travels to Nursery Circle, Vaishali Circle, Khatipura Tiraha, Hasanpura and then to the Railway Station. From Railway Station the low floor bus route no. 7A moves to GPO, Panch Batti. It then crosses the city area moving from Ajmeri Gate to Sanganeri Gate, then to Ghat Gate. From there the bus travels to Govind Marg, Mental Hospital, Baraf Khana and Mama ki Hotel, before finally reaching Jawahar Nagar.

Stops

Distance

Estimated time

Heerapura to Chitrakoot

2.1 km

7 mins

Chitrakoot  to Nursery Circle

1.5 km

5 mins

Nursery Circle to Vaishali Circle

1.6 km

3 mins

Vaishali Circle to Khatipura Tiraha

1.1 km

3 mins

Khatipura Tiraha to Hasanpura

2.1 km

9 mins

Hasanpura to Railway Station

2.2 km

10 mins

Railway Station to GPO

1.8 km

8 mins

GPO to Panch Batti

1.2 km

5 mins

Panch Batti to Ajmeri Gate

2.2 km

14 mins

Ajmeri Gate to Sanganeri Gate

1 km

9 mins

Sanganeri Gate to Ghat Gate

1 km

5 mins

Ghat Gate to Govind Marg

2 km

8 mins

Govind Marg to Mental Hospital

0.45 km

2 mins

Mental Hospital to Baraf Khana

0.5 km

2 mins

Baraf Khana to Mama ki Hotel

0.75 km

3 mins

Mama ki Hotel to Jawahar Nagar

1 km

4 mins

 

 


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