Lee Toma

Lee grew up in Boston and Milton. When living in Allston, he was too terrified to learn how to bike because of the steep hills and busy streets. But then in West Roxbury and Milton, he had no choice but to bike if he wanted to get anywhere. Today he is a medical device development engineer living and working in car-centric suburbia.

For the past fourteen years he has advocated for people-friendly routes as a member of the Milton Bicycle Advisory Committee and the Neponset River Greenway Council, and earlier this year joined the Milton Traffic Commission to speak up for safe streets. When not at work or sitting in community meetings, Lee can sometimes be found biking on the trails of the Emerald Network and beyond, ranging as far afield as Worcester County, Rhode Island and Connecticut.

Lee grew up in Boston and Milton. When living in Allston, he was too terrified to learn how to bike because of the steep hills and busy streets. But then in West Roxbury and Milton, he had no choice but to bike if he wanted to get anywhere. Today he is a medical device development engineer living and working in car-centric suburbia.

For the past fourteen years he has advocated for people-friendly routes as a member of the Milton Bicycle Advisory Committee and the Neponset River Greenway Council, and earlier this year joined the Milton Traffic Commission to speak up for safe streets. When not at work or sitting in community meetings, Lee can sometimes be found biking on the trails of the Emerald Network and beyond, ranging as far afield as Worcester County, Rhode Island and Connecticut.

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