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Jaipur Low Floor Bus Route No. 11 – Siwad to Goner


Jaipur low floor bus route no. 11 travels from Siwad to Goner, covering a total distance of 47 km. Starting from Siwad the low floor bus route no. 12 halts at 17 major stops for 2-5 mins each before finally reaching Goner, which is located towards the Sanganer area of Jaipur. The stoppages are as follows:
Jaipur low floor bus route no. 11 starts from Siwad to reach Meenawala. It further travels to Khatipura, Railway Station, Chandpole and then enters the main city area at Ajmeri Gate. From Ajmeri Gate the low floor bus route no. 11 moves to Durgapura, Sanganer Thana, Pratap Nagar, India Gate, 12 Meel and Vidhani before finally reaching Goner.
 
Stops    Distance    Estimated Time       
Siwad to Meenawala                      6.2 km    12 mins       
Meenawala to Khatipura                 1.5 km    5 mins       
Khatipura to Railway Station             7 km    20 mins       
Railway Station to Chandpole          2.6 km    16 mins       
Chandpole to Ajmeri Gate               1.2 km    9 mins       
Ajmeri Gate to Durgapura                 9 km    30 mins       
Durgapura to Sanganer Thana          4.2 km    14 mins       
Sanganer Thana to Pratap Nagar       1.8 km    8 mins       
Pratap Nagar to India Gate               0.5 km    3 mins       
India Gate to 12 Meel                        0.8 km    4 mins       
12 Meel to Vidhani                             10 km    20 mins       
Vidhani to Goner                               2.2 km    9 mins    


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