City buses will be operated on two new routes in Udaipur. The special thing is that one will be a 48.2 km long route and will cover 32 places including almost every tourist spot in the city. The second route will be a 22 km long route and will cover 31 locations. Sukhadia University has also been included in this for the first time. Buses of both the routes will start from Sector-14. Rs.5 per 3 km from the passengers will be charged. The work was approved on Tuesday 21 March, 2023.
Udaipur City Transport Services Limited (UCTSL) currently operates 24 buses on 5 routes in the city. Now the routes will increase to 7. Four buses will run every half an hour on both the new routes. Out of these, 2 buses will be new and 2 will be removed from other routes. It is not yet decided from which route the two buses will be removed.
City bus on tourist routes
The route of city buses connected with tourists will start from Sector-14 Swarna Jayanti Park. This bus will return from Govardhan Sagar, Patel Circle, Doodh Talai Chauraha, Samor Bagh, Gulab Bagh, Shaheed Smarak, Town Hall, Dehli Gate, Chetak Circle, UIT Circle, Fatehsagar, Moti Magri, Mallatlai, Biological Park, Sajjangarh and return to Mahakaleshwar Temple, Rajiv Gandhi Udyan, Shilpgram, Pratap Gaurav Kendra, Saheliyon Ki Bari, Sukhadia Circle, Court Square, Shastri Circle, Lakecity Mall, Gangu Kund, Ahar Museum, Sevashram Square, Surajpal Square, Udiapole Square, City Railway Station, Paras Square, Pannadhay Park .
22 km routes bus
It will start from Chungi Naka located in Sector-14. PHC, CA Circle, Capital Tyre, Suhalka Bhawan, Kheda Circle, Savina Square, Sector-9 Tiraha, VIP Colony, Savina Sabzi Mandi, Hadi Rani Circle, JP Nagar Sector-8, Jadav Nursery, Sector-7 Underpass, Satellite Hospital, Police Station, Akashwani Colony, Gurunanak College, BSNL Road, Nehru Hostel, Sevashram Square, Thokar Square, Aahar Museum, Dhulkot Square, Bohra Ganeshji, Suvivi Main Gate, Bekni Pulia, Keshav Nagar, Roadways Workshop, DETO Office, Govardhan Vilas Village routes will be covered in this.
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