Dausa to Jaipur Buses

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Dausa to Jaipur Buses
Dausa to Jaipur Bus Schedule
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UPSRTC 1 Buses
Starts at: 22:45 Duration 2h 45m - 2h 45m
36 Seats
Starts from 237

        FAQ about Buses from Dausa to Jaipur


        How many buses are running between Dausa to Jaipur on the daily basis?


        10 buses are running between Dausa to Jaipur. Out of which 7 are sleeper buses, 3 are AC buses and 4 are NON AC buses.


        When does the first Dausa to Jaipur bus leaves for the day?


        The first bus for Dausa to Jaipur bus route leaves at 02:50. It is a other bus and fare for this bus is ₹735.


        When does the last bus leaves for Jaipur from Dausa?


        The last bus for Dausa to Jaipur route leaves at 21:10. The ticket price for this other bus is ₹250.


        Who are the popular operators on the Dausa to Jaipur bus route?


        Top operators on the Dausa to Jaipur bus route are BG Travels , Panwar Travels , M J Bhati Travels JJN and Geetanjali Travels .


        How many buses are GPS enabled?


        Total 7 buses are GPS enabled on this route so that anyone can track his bus.

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        Dausa Jaipur Bus Schedule & Info

        About Dausa to Jaipur
        • Distance 54 kms
        • Duration 0h-15m
        • Operators 5
        • Frequency S M T W T F S

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