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Free Speech Zone: What is Something Public Transportation Should Improve On?

Julio Rodriguez
Maybe more routes. There’s certain routes but there’s not enough routes to get to a place or destination.

Adaline Lopez, undecided

“Maybe more routes. There’s certain routes but there’s not enough routes to get to a place or destination.”

Charlie gives her thoughts on public transportation. (Julio Rodriguez)

Charlie Hernandez, Former Cerritos College student

“Trying to stay on time. Yes, they do put whether their traffic incidents on the street, but even so some bus drivers take their time. Others are too quick.”

Albert giving his thoughts on public transportation. (Julio Rodriguez)

Albert Martinez, Mechanics major

“I don’t think it should be improve on. Right now it’s good. I don’t think they should add more [transit routes].”

Stephanie giving her thoughts on public transportation. (Julio Rodriguez)

Stephanie Ebara, Nursing major

“Better scheduling and more transit routes. I feel like there should be more buses to take you to pacific locations, like for example schools.”

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Julio Rodriguez is the Multimedia Editor for Talon Marks. He loves to spend his free time watching anime and movies. His goal is to pursue working at Fox News.
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    Pamela SztyblewskySep 7, 2023 at 7:10 am

    Anyone who thinks “it’s fine, doesn’t need improvement” or else this nonsense about the city needing to re-invest that money into the roads and that bridge over Del Amo, obviously can afford a CAR and doesn’t rely on public transit!
    They definitely need to run it more OFTEN and serve more of the city or else have better connection times at places where we can catch a REAL bus TO wherever we need to go. Personally most of my things I do on a regular basis, aren’t in Cerritos anyway (there’s really nothing here I can afford) and are in Norwalk, Whittier, LA, Long Beach, etc, so what I need is better connections to the other buses that do run to the places I need to go. Over here in Eastern Cerritos is the “land that public transit forgot.” If you live on the West side along Studebaker or Gridley then you have access to the other transit operators’ buses like Norwalk Transit or Long Beach Transit and if you live along South Street or Del Amo you have access to OCTA but not over here by Cerritos Park East, you don’t. It’s, WALK 5 miles to the Mall or down to South Street to catch a REAL bus.
    I’m talking about Cerritos on Wheels, of course, the ONLY thing that serves the 166th Street and Shoemaker corridor.
    Artesia Transit could run more often, more days of the week, and increase their routes as they barely serve Artesia Boulevard or 183rd Street and just touch a little bit on 166th. But unlike Cerritos, Artesia’s mayor is open to suggestion since Artesia Transit is relatively “new.”