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We love when our readers comment on our posts. Traffic and public transportation seem to light a fire within all of us. We are pretty sure LADOT and Metro are not scouring the LAist archives for your input. In addition to all your comments about the subject (we love them, we really do), we recommend showing up to a public meeting for input:

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Metro’s five community-based transit service sector governance councils will hold their regular monthly public meetings in January to discuss various transportation issues in their service sectors.
Residents within the San Fernando Valley, San Gabriel Valley, Gateway Cities of southeast Los Angeles, the South Bay and the Westside/Central area interested in helping to improve Metro Bus service in their communities are encouraged to attend the monthly meetings. Governance councils work closely with Metro’s community-based service sectors in studying and planning service improvements and efficiencies of Metro Bus operations in their respective service sectors.

Come on, you know you wanna. The list of meetings are after the jump...