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This is great news for DOI, but as a daily commuter to the building, the exterior bike racks for visitors or short term parking is atrocious. It is a single "snake" rack by the front door that at maximum can hold 4 bikes. There used to be a second one on the opposite side of the entrance that was removed to build an ADA ramp (funny thing, they just dropped it on the ground and built the ramp over it, and it's now permanently entombed under this ramp with no way to extract it).

DOI needs to consider this along with its other facilities, I drop my kids off at daycare, and can't use the other facilities because I'm not a DOI or federal employee with security clearance.

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