DEARBORN COUNTY – Drivers will be forced down to one lane at select bridges on Interstate 74 in Dearborn County while crews repair pavement and deck overlays.The work is slated to begin later this week and is dependent on the weather.Nine I-74 bridges at five locations will be rehabilitated between the Indiana-Ohio state line and a structure site west of St. Leon.Johnson Fork and Johnson Fork Road—I-74 eastbound and westbound bridges—1.23 miles east of U.S. Highway 52White’s Hill Road—I-74 eastbound and westbound bridges—1.23 miles west of U.S. 52U.S. 52 and the Indiana & Ohio Railroad—I-74 eastbound and westbound bridges—5.44 miles east of S.R. 1East Fork of Tanners Creek and an adjacent Dearborn County road—I-74 eastbound and westbound bridges—2.07 miles west of S.R. 46the I-74 ramp and bridge over the Indiana & Ohio Railroad—5.32 miles east of S.R. 1RAM Construction Services, the state’s contractor, plans to begin operations late in the week—weather permitting—for this $563,481 INDOT Seymour District bridge preservation project.INDOT officials anticipate bridge overlays with lane restrictions will continue through October.Motorists will be alerted to single-lane work sites by message signs and arrow boards.