- 14:30 Boarding Points Time Boarding Point 14:30 Birur 15h 20m → 05:50 Dropping Points Time Dropping Point 05:50 Kalamboli 06:00 Sanpada 06:15 Kurla 06:25 Sion 06:35 Santacruz East 06:50 Andheri 06:55 Jogeshwari E 07:00 Goregoan East 07:05 Malad East 07:10 Kandivili E 07:15 BoriviliKaveri Travels and TouristNON A/C Sleeper (2+1) 3.3/51200 Fare Details Rs1200 - Sleeper
- 18:25 Boarding Points Time Boarding Point 18:25 BIRUR -NA- → 11:30 Dropping Points Time Dropping Point 09:30 Kalamboli Kamote 09:45 C B D Belapur - Flyover End 10:00 vashi 10:20 Chembur 10:30 Sion ChunabhattiS R S Southeren Tourist 10:35 Bandra 10:40 Santacruz (E) M A Travels 10:50 Andheri 10:55 Goregoan 10:59 Malad 11:05 Kandivali East 11:15 Borivili 11:20 Dahisar 11:30 Mira RoadSRS TravelsNON A/C Sleeper (2+1) 3.2/51200 Fare Details Rs1200 - Sleeper
FAQ about Buses from Birur to Mumbai
How many buses are running between Birur to Mumbai on the daily basis?
2 buses are running between Birur to Mumbai.
When does the first Birur to Mumbai bus leaves for the day?
The first bus for Birur to Mumbai bus route leaves at 14:30. It is a other bus and fare for this bus is ₹1200.
When does the last bus leaves for Mumbai from Birur?
The last bus for Birur to Mumbai route leaves at 18:25. The ticket price for this other bus is ₹1200.
Who are the popular operators on the Birur to Mumbai bus route?
Top operators on the Birur to Mumbai bus route are Kaveri Travels and Tourist and SRS Travels .
How many buses are GPS enabled?
Total 2 buses are GPS enabled on this route so that anyone can track his bus.
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- Siddhivinayak Temple
Dedicated to Lord Shri Ganesh, the Siddhivinayak Temple is one of the richest temples in Mumbai and is often frequented by renowned bollywood actors and politicians.
- Juhu Beach
The sprawling Juhu Beach of Mumbai is one of the most famous Indian beaches. The beach is located in Ville Prle area of Mumbai and stretches along the Arabian Sea shore for approximately 18km.
Home to million souls, where hundreds shack under one roof, Dharavi in Mumbai is one of the largest slums in the world.
- Elephanta Caves
Dating back between the 5th and 8th centuries, the Elephanta Caves in Mumbai are the UNESCO World Heritage Sites that represents the diorama of the Hindu and Buddhist culture dilating from the rock cut sculptures.