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 Jaipur Mini Bus Route No. 9B - Mundiya Ramsar to Amer-Naradpura


Jaipur mini bus route no. 9B covers a total distance of approx. 58km between Mundiya Ramsar, which is located at Sirsi Road to Amer-Naradpura. This route has 19 major stoppages. It takes about 2hrs 45mins for the bus to cover the entire route.

The mini buses running on route no. 9B start from Mundiya Ramsar and follow Sirsi Road to pass by Bindayaka. It then takes Khatipura Road to reach Bichpadi, Panchyawala. From there the bus heads to Jharkhand Mahadev in Chuwapimpara, Jaipur. It crosses Khatipura Circle to head towards Hasanpura and then further moves to Jaipur Junction via NBC. From the city’s main railway station, the bus moves to the bus stand, Sindhi Camp. It then travels Chandpol, stopping by at Government Hostel at MI Road on its way. Entering the city area, the bus stops by at Choti Chaupad, Badi Chaupad and moves to Ramgarh Mod via Subhash Chowk and Jorawar Singh Gate. From Ramgarh Mod, it heads to Amer and then to Naradpura.

Stops

Distance

Estimated Time

Mundiya Ramsar to Bindayaka

4.5km

9mins

Bindayaka to Bichpadi

7.6km

16mins

Bichpadi to Panchyawala

2.5km

6mins

Panchyawala to Jharkhand Mahadev

5.1km

13mins

Jharkhand Mahadev to Khatipura Circle

2.5km

8mins

Khatipura Circle to Hasanpura

3.9km

11mins

Hasanpura to NBC

1.7km

6mins

NBC to Jaipur Junction

1.8km

8mins

Jaipur Junction to Sindhi Camp

2.8km

10mins

Sindhi Camp to Government Hostel

2.5km

8mins

Government Hostel to Chandpol

1.9km

7mins

Chandpol to Choti Chaupad

0.7km

5mins

Choti Chaupad to Badi Chaupad

1.4km

8mins

Badi Chaupad to Subhash Chowk

1.1km

4mins

Subhash Chowk to Jorawar Singh Gate

0.75km

3mins

Jorawar Singh Gate to Ramgarh Mod

1.2km

3mins

Ramgarh Mod to Amer

7.8km

16mins

Amer to Naradpura

5.6km

14mins

 

 


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