Hafilat Card Balance Check Guide for Abu Dhabi

UAEHafilat Card Balance Check Guide for Abu Dhabi

Hafilat Balance

The “Hafilatcard is a smart card used for public transportation in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. It allows users to pay for their trips on buses and other specific public transport modes. Hafilat card balance check, you can follow these steps:

Hafilat card balance check
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Bus passengers in Abu Dhabi can pay for their trip using the rechargeable smart card known as the Halifax card. To simplify the procedure, the Integrated Transport Centre (ITC) of the Department of Municipality and Transport recently released fresh updates on recharging the Hafilat card online via e-services on the ITC or Darbi websites.

Abu Dhabi Bus Card Balance Check

Visit the official Abu Dhabi government portal and log in to your account. From there, you should be able to check your balance.

Mobile App

If an official Hafilat mobile app is available, you can download it from the App Store (iOS) or Google Play Store (Android). Once installed, you can log in or enter your card details to check the balance.

Ticket Vending Machine

If you’re near a ticket vending machine at a bus station or metro station, you can check your Hafilat card balance there.

Contact Customer Support

You can contact the customer support of the public transportation authority in Abu Dhabi. They should be able to assist you in checking your Hafilat card balance.

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