Both King County Metro and Sound Transit will be conducting a flurry of public outreach this month. Metro is finally climbing out of its multi-year revenue hole and is in a position to start thinking about how to grow service for the first time in a long time. Sound Transit, meanwhile, has a little initiative called ST3 they’d like you to weigh in on, as alluded to in Monday’s guest post. There will be multiple opportunities for public commentary, online and in-person. Here’s the Metro site and here’s Sound Transit’s. Four of the six open houses will be joint ST/Metro affairs. There’s a wealth of information at both sites.