Pierce Transit facilities maintenance mechanic Michael Mitsules gets help from Pierce Transit Public Safety Sgt. Paul Strozewski finishing the bicycle-storage area at the Tacoma Dome Station on Monday. The storage area is designed to hold up to 17 standard-size bikes and two oversize or tandem bikes.
Pierce Transit facilities maintenance mechanic Michael Mitsules gets help from Pierce Transit Public Safety Sgt. Paul Strozewski finishing the bicycle-storage area at the Tacoma Dome Station on Monday. The storage area is designed to hold up to 17 standard-size bikes and two oversize or tandem bikes. Lui Kit Wong Staff photographer
Pierce Transit facilities maintenance mechanic Michael Mitsules gets help from Pierce Transit Public Safety Sgt. Paul Strozewski finishing the bicycle-storage area at the Tacoma Dome Station on Monday. The storage area is designed to hold up to 17 standard-size bikes and two oversize or tandem bikes. Lui Kit Wong Staff photographer

Bike commuters can lock up their rides at Tacoma Dome Station

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