SOUTH BEND — Traffic will be slowed for the next four months on a two-mile stretch of Indiana 23, state transportation officials announced this week. Sections of the road will be restricted to one lane in each direction beginning Monday between Main Street south of downtown and Campeau Street south of the Five Points intersection in the northeast part of the city, according to the Indiana Department of Transportation. That section of Indiana 23 is named Sample Street west of the St. Joseph River and Eddy Street east of the river. InDOT expects construction to continue through July, depending on weather. The $874,000 project is being paid for with money from the federal government’s economic stimulus bill approved last year. Edison Road Resurfacing on Edison Road between Hickory Road and Ironwood Drive is also scheduled to start Monday, said Marcia Qualls, customer service coordinator for the city’s Department of Public Works. Traffic will be restricted to one lane in each direction. Qualls said crews are expected to finish paving the one-mile section of road by April 14, weather permitting. Workers will also repair a sewer that caved in on Edison Road between Gordon and Rockne drives, she said. The Edison Road project is the first of 15 street segments in the city that will be resurfaced this year thanks to stimulus money. Resurfacing on Twyckenham Drive between Rockne Drive and South Bend Avenue is tentatively scheduled to be next on the list after the Edison project is completed, Qualls said.