The project is an update to the Moreno Valley General Plan - a comprehensive plan for the physical development of the City. It includes maps, goals, objectives, policies, and programs covering a range of topics, including, land use, circulation, safety, conservation, economic development, housing, noise, open space, and public facilities. Three potential land use map alternatives are analyzed in the DEIR. Alternative 1 is the existing General Plan. In comparison to Alternative 1, Alternative 2 includes less land for commercial and office uses to better match the demand for such uses, more land for multiple-family housing to promote a greater variety of housing opportunities and more land for business park/industrial uses to enhance local employment opportunities. Alternative 2 also includes changes to the circulation plan, including addition of a future freeway overpass at Graham Street and elimination of planned overpasses at Quincy Street and Sinclair Street. Alternative 3 would allow more low-density single-family housing (2 or fewer dwellings/acre), less office development, less business park development and less conventional (5 dwellings/acre) single-family housing than Alternative 2. Alternative 1 would create the highest level of environmental impact and Alternative 3 would generate the lowest level of impact.