We are committed to being transparent and will be publishing papers ahead of meetings.
TfL Board meetings have been held in public since 2000 and its Committees have met in public since April 2012, with papers for the open session published on tfl.gov.uk five working days before each meeting.
Following a review of the TfL Board and its decision making structure, meetings of TfL's advisory panels will in future also be open to the public and papers published five working days in advance.
Over the last 18 months there has been an increase in the amount of information published to support decision making as part of the published papers.
Meetings of TfL's Committees and Panels will be held at TfL's offices in Southwark, Palestra. The only exceptions will be the TfL Board and Remuneration Committee which will continue to be held at City Hall.
Notice of forthcoming meetings is published on tfl.gov.uk and in the reception areas of TfL offices at Palestra and Windsor House.
TfL will also be making greater use of social media to promote awareness of its meetings.
Howard Carter, General Counsel, said: 'We have reviewed the way our advisory panel meetings have been held and want to make it easier for the public to access the information discussed.
'We are committed to being transparent and will be publishing papers ahead of meetings and providing information for those who live, work and visit London to be able to better understand how we are working to improve London's transport network.'
This change supports TfL's continued drive to make more information publicly available including financial, operational and performance data.
The changes will be introduced from 1 April 2014.