CORPO Proposes More than $900,000 for Transportation Projects
The Central Ohio Rural Planning Organization (CORPO) has released a list of proposed transportation projects to collectively receive $943,737 in federal funds during state fiscal years 2022 and 2023. CORPO is seeking public comment on the proposed projects through March 14, 2022.
The following projects are proposed for a funding commitment:
|City of Mount Vernon State Route 13 Relocation (through lanes)||$235,000|
|City of Lancaster’s Southern Gateway Project (resurfacing)||$165,652|
|Morrow County Commissioners SR 61 & SR 229 Safety Improvement (intersection modification)||$200,000|
|Fairfield County Engineers Office Refugee Road Intersection Improvements||$220,000|
|Metroparks Heritage Trail Extension – Design and Feasibility Study||$75,585|
|Village of Richwood Rosette Way to Healthy Food Project (multi-use path)||$47,500|
In late 2021, CORPO solicited projects to receive federal transportation funding in the CORPO transportation planning area of: Fairfield County, Knox County, Madison County, Marion County, Morrow County, Pickaway County, and Union County.
Examples of the types of transportation improvements eligible for funding include highways, public transit, bikeways, pedestrian facilities, bridges, and traffic signal upgrades.
The draft list of projects recommended for funding is available on the CORPO webpage. Printed copies of the draft listing are available upon request by calling 614.228.2663.
Public comments on the draft listing can be submitted via e-mail to email@example.com or in writing to:
Michael Borger, Program Manager
Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission
111 Liberty Street, Suite 100
Columbus, OH 43215
Public comments on the draft list must be submitted by 5 p.m. on March 14, 2022.
CORPO will consider final approval of the funding commitments on March 21, 2022, and they will subsequently be incorporated into the Transportation Improvement Program for the appropriate fiscal year. The Transportation Improvement Program is a financially balanced listing of federal, state and local funded projects that are scheduled for some phase of implementation or development in a four-year period.
For more information or assistance, Mike Borger can be contacted at 614.233.4155 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.