The Toronto Transit Commission will be looking for suggestions on how service can be improved during a public meeting Monday night.

During the TTC's 10th annual public meeting, the transit service says it wants to hear ideas on where and when new routes should be added and how the system could be changed to better serve riders.

The TTC says that "the best ideas" will make it into the commission's annual review of new and revised routes.

The public meeting will take place at 7 p.m. in the Elizabeth Beeton Auditorium of the Toronto Reference Library on Yonge Street.

For people who cannot make it to the meeting, the TTC is also accepting suggestions by telephone at (416) 393-3030 from Monday to Friday during business hours.