|Founded||22 June 2013|
|Service area||Greater London|
|Service type||Bus operator|
|Routes||24 (September 2013)|
Alexander Dennis Enviro200
Alexander Dennis Enviro400
Dennis Dart SLF
Dennis Trident 2
Wright Gemini 2 DL
Tower Transit operates three bus garages.
Atlas Road (AS)
On 1 October 2011 this depot opened when part of Westbourne Park depot was closed to make way for Crossrail construction with operation of routes 28, 31, 328, N28 and N31 transferred. Atlas Road operates as an outstation for Westbourne Park, so buses are seen on Atlas Road routes and vice versa.
Bus types in use
- Dennis Trident 2 9.9m / Plaxton President (TN) as logistical spares
- Volvo B7TL 10.1m / Wright Eclipse Gemini (VNW) for routes 28, 31, 328, N28 and N31 
- Volvo B7TL 10.6m / Wright Eclipse Gemini (VNZ) for route 28
- Volvo B9TL 10.4m / Wright Eclipse Gemini 2 (VN) for route 266
- Wright Gemini 2 DL 10.4m (WN) for route 328
Lea Interchange (LI)
The garage opened in 2007 to replace the Waterden Road, Stratford garage that closed as part of the development of the Olympic Park for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Waterden Road was opened in 1996 after a number tender wins.
On 6 July 2013, Tower Transit commenced operating route 425. This had been won by First London prior to the sale and thus the 10 Alexander Dennis Enviro400s ordered were built to First London specifications and entered service with FirstGroup fleet numbers.
Bus types in use
- Alexander Dennis Enviro200 Dart 9.3m (DM) for routes 339 and W14
- Alexander Dennis Enviro200 Dart 10.2m (DML) for routes RV1 and W15
- Alexander Dennis Enviro200 Dart 10.8m (DMV) for routes 236 and 308
- Alexander Dennis Enviro400 10.1m (DN) for routes 25, 26, 30, 425, N26, N550 and N551
- Dennis Dart SLF 10.5m / Caetano Nimbus (DMC) for route W14
- Dennis Dart SLF 9.3m / Marshall Capital (DM) for route 339
- Dennis Dart SLF 10.2m / Plaxton Pointer 2 (DP) for route 308 
- VDL SB200 11.9m / Wright Pulsar 2 Hydrogen powered (WSH) for route RV1
- Volvo B9TL 10.4m / Wright Eclipse Gemini 2 (VN) for routes 25 and 58
Westbourne Park (X)
Westbourne Park Garage was part of the re-construction programme undertaken by London Transport in the early 1980s. As was common practice at the time, the new garage replaced two older garages - the small and inadequate Middle Row (X), and the larger former trolley bus depot at Stonebridge (SE). The new garage, which opened in 1981 in Great Western Road, and is of unusual design in that it is built beneath the elevated A40 Westway, the roof of the garage being profiled to match the concrete flyover. Originally, the garage allocation consisted of RM, and a small number of DM to B20 "quiet" specification for Route 18. These were supplemented in 1983 by a number of Leyland Titan of T class for comparative trials.
Bus types in use
- AEC Routemaster (RM) for route 9H
- Alexander Dennis Enviro200 Dart 10.2m (DML) for route 70
- Alexander Dennis Enviro400 10.2m (DN) for route 23
- Alexander Dennis Enviro400H 10.2m (DNH) for route 23
- Dennis Trident 2 10.5m / Plaxton President (TNL) as logistical spares
- Volvo B9TL 10.4m / Wright Eclipse Gemini 2 (VN) for route 295
- Companies House extract company no 8536416 Tower Transit Operations Limited
- "FirstGroup Announces Sale of Eight London Bus Depots". FirstGroup. 2013-04-09. Retrieved 2013-06-23.
- "Tower Transit announces First Group partial acquisition". Transit Systems. 2013-04-09. Retrieved 2013-06-23.
- "Date set for Aussie takeover of London bus routes". Australiasian Bus & Coach. 2013-06-14. Retrieved 2013-06-23.
- Hurst, Brian (2013-06-12). "Redland company takes wheel of London's big red buses". Brisbane Times. Retrieved 2013-06-23.
- Bus tender results Route 425 Transport for London 25 October 2012
- Bus tender results Route N550 Transport for London 25 October 2012
- Bus tender results Route N551 Transport for London 25 October 2012