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Jaipur Low Floor Bus Route No. AC2 – Joshi Marg to Mahatma Gandhi Hospital


Jaipur low floor bus route no. AC2 travels from Joshi Marg in Jhotwara area to Mahatma Gandhi Hospital located nearby the RIICO Industrial Area, covering a total distance of 34 km. Starting from Joshi Marg, the low floor bus route no. AC2 halts at 15 major stops for 2-5 mins each before finally reaching Mahatma Gandhi Hospital. The stoppages are as follows:

Jaipur low floor bus route no. AC2 starts from Joshi Marg to cross Jhotwara on its way to Chomu Pulia. The bus then travels to Panipech, Railway Station, Chandpole. From Chandpole the bus enters the walled city area to board passengers from Choti Chaupad, Badi Chaupad and Ajmeri Gate. It then travels to Rambagh, Tonk Phatak, Durgapura, Sanganer Police Station, Pratap Nagar and Sitapura, before reaching the Mahatma Gandhi Hospital.

Stops

Distance

Estimated Time

Joshi Marg to Jhotwara

1.2 km

5 mins

Jhotwara to Chomu Pulia

3.05 km

8 mins

Chomu Pulia to Panipech

1.2 km

3 mins

Panipech to Railway Station

2.8 km

9 mins

Railway Station to Chandpole

2.6 km

16 mins

Chandpole to Choti Chaupad

0.80 km

4 mins

Choti Chaupad to Badi Chaupad

0.85 km

5 mins

Badi Chaupad to Ajmeri Gate

1.8 km

11 mins

Ajmeri Gate to Rambagh

2.3 km

11 mins

Rambagh to Tonk Phatak

2.9 km

11 mins

Tonk Phatak to Durgapura

2.8 km

10 mins

Durgapura to Sanganer Police Station

3.8 km

18 mins

Sanganer Police Station to Pratap Nagar

1.9 km

7 mins

Pratap Nagar to Sitapura

4.6 km

12 mins

Sitapura to Mahatma Gandhi Hospital

1.4 km

8 mins

 

 


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