A look back: Some of Eco Eye’s cycling coverage

Eco Eye — the long-running environmental programme — is to broadcast its last show on RTÉ One tonight at 8pm. The last episode tonight is going to focus on water quality, but IrishCycle readers might always want to look back at some of Eco Eye’s cycling coverage…

The show, which was produced independently, was sponsored by the Environmental Protection Agency for 19 years, up to two years ago. Since then it has been unable to fully resolve issues with funding. RTÉ is to launch a new show later in the year.

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Check out Eco Eye’s YouTube page for more of its archive.

2020: Ending gridlock

A range of transport issues covered, including a focus on the Limerick Cycle Bus:

2018: Cycling around Utrecht and transport in Ireland

Cycling in Utrecht with transport engineer, Frans Jan van Rossem, and an interview with Professor Brian Caulfield again on the changes needed in Ireland’s transport system.

2018: Impact of city planning and design on health

A focus on IBIKE Dublin protests and an interview with Dr Lorraine D’Arcy at DIT (now TU Dublin) School of civil and structural engineering.

2018: Positive impact of Greenways Ireland

How greenways serve not just tourism but also the communities around them. Interviews with Eva McIntyre and Simon Wall, Westport Town architect, on the benefits of greenways.


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