The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission has released a revised draft project list for $28-million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 funds.

The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission has released a revised draft project list for $28-million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 funds.

The list was issued following a 90-minute administrative committee meeting Monday afternoon.

"We consider the list approved today as the next evolution or an updated draft list," MORPC spokeswoman Laura Koprowski said. "We'll consider a list final once our MORPC board approves projects for funding on April 16." Koprowski said the updated draft list also will be submitted Tuesday to the Federal Highway Administration.

"We reserve the right to change and modify the list based on public comments/feedback and discussion from our MORPC member governments," Koprowski said.

The projects on the revised list include:

Regional resurfacing program (includes all eligible communities in MORPC's transportation planning area), $10-million. Columbus: Alum Creek trail -- Ohio Dominican to Innis Park, $3-million. Reynoldsburg: Civic Park multi-purpose trail, $425,000. Dublin: SR 161/Post Road widening/Industrial Parkway relocation, $1-million. Pataskala: Downtown sidewalk accessibility rehabilitation, $250,000. Upper Arlington: Sidewalks on school/bus routes, $500,000. Gahanna: I-270 ramp modifications, $2.52-million. Central Ohio Freight Trend Study, $200,000. New Albany: SR 605 and Walton Parkway signalization, $500,000. Hilliard: Avery Road and Northwest Parkway intersection, $1-million. Franklin County engineer: Dublin-Granville Road over Sugar Run, $500,000. Delaware County engineer: Old 3-C Highway Bridge, $1.5-million. Whitehall: Yearling Road reconstruction (phase 3), $2.5-million. Franklin County engineer: Central College Road over Big Walnut Creek, $960,000. Columbus: Rich Street Bridge, $2-million. Bexley: Urban core ADA accessibility, $1.145-million.