The city's Department of Transportation is moving forward with a redesign of one of the most dangerous streets in the city: McGuinness Boulevard in Brooklyn's Greenpoint neighborhood.

The new design will feature protected bike lanes in both directions, while also removing a single lane of traffic.

Some advocacy groups are pushing back, saying the new design will divert traffic into residential neighborhoods, hurting nearby businesses and slowing the path of emergency vehicles.

Averianna Eisenbach and Lyn Pinezich of Keep McGuinness Moving, an organization that led the opposition to an earlier redesign proposal, and Randy Peers, the president and CEO of the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, joined host Errol Louis on “Inside City Hall” Tuesday night to talk more about McGuinness Boulevard.