Tag Archives: Lee Shoemaker

Enterprise: Community Aid in Bike Changes

People often believe that they don’t make a difference with their votes and voices. This can be a big obstacle in getting people to give their input and vote. Having an impact nationally to some is not likely. Cities like … Continue reading

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The Bike Vote: How urban cyclists are grabbing the attention of government from the grassroots up

Lee Shoemaker rides his government-owned commuter bike out toward the South Bank Trail in Eugene, Ore. A couple of days ago, he got an email from iBikeEugene — an iPhone application that his department created for riders to report problems … Continue reading

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Profile: Lee Shoemaker Dedicated City Employee

Lee Shoemaker walks down the halls of a silent office building with stern white walls, beside conference rooms with keypad doors. His grey tennis shoes, with a bright lime green stripe, pad softly on the carpeting. You can tell a … Continue reading

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