City Hall and Transport for London had suspended both the C-Charge and Ultra Low Emission Zone as part of their response to the coronavirus shutdown.
Fares are set to rise across all Transport for London services in return for the Government providing a £1.6bn emergency funding package.
Earlier this week the Electoral Commission called for elections across the country to be halted amid fears that local councils could struggle to deliver them.
Single fares across the Transport for London network have been frozen throughout the Mayor’s first term, though opponents say this didn’t match the spirit of his 2016 pledge.
Public Health England has previously said there are no specific concerns about using public transport but both Transport for London and City Hall today sought to reassure the public that steps were being taken to keep the network clean.