Even though developer FivePoint is pushing outright lies about Measure B somehow stopping development and reducing traffic, the ballot tells the truth.

Although the language is technical, you can see the ballot states that Measure B moves (relocates) planned development (almost a million square feet of development) from the El Toro “Y” (Bake Parkway) into the Great Park (Pusan and Irvine Blvd.).

NOTE:  The very first section on the ballot (dealing with development) is what we had to sue the “Yes on B” campaign to include.  They wanted to hide the fact that this ballot measure is tied to moving almost a million square feet of massive development from the freeway into the Great Park.

City studies estimate that the transfer of those development projects would add 10,000 cars and trucks to Irvine Blvd., Sand Canyon, and Jeffrey every day.