The move will save 55m over five years which Mayor Sadiq Khan says can be used to protect front-line services.
The London Assembly warns additional costs associated with the delayed completion of Crossrail could force TfL to postpone or cancel other projects.
Plans to close ticket offices at 51 London Overground stations were unveiled last year, with TfL rail boss Jon Fox claiming the take-up of Oyster and contactless payment was “creating an opportunity to improve the way stations are managed and how staff serve customers.”
Transport for London have confirmed that a series of cuts to the bus network are to proceed, despite opposition from local politicians, passengers and the capital’s transport watchdog, London Travelwatch.
Local ‘micro-distribution’ centres are to be built on Transport for London land in a bid to boost the number of sustainable last mile deliveries made across the capital.