Plans to redesign McGuinness Boulevard in Brooklyn are back at the drawing board after the Adams administration reversed course, scrapping a plan it previously approved.
McGuinness Boulevard is a one-mile long, four-lane road in Greenpoint, Brooklyn that runs between the Brooklyn-Queens expressway and the Pulaski Bridge.
The previous proposal was put forward by the city’s Department of Transportation, and would eliminate a lane of traffic in either direction and replace them with parking-protected bike planes.
A special panel of supporters joined Errol Louis on “Inside City Hall” Monday night to talk through the ongoing redesign fight.
State Assembly member Emily Gallagher represents Greenpoint and parts of Williamsburg.
And Chris Roberti is a resident of Greenpoint and a community organizer with the group called Make McGuinness Safe.