A sobriety checkpoint and a roving DUI patrol are planned for this weekend, the Center for Traffic Safety announced.

The sobriety checkpoint will be somewhere in Lancaster County between 6 p.m. Friday and 6 p.m. Sunday, according to a news release from the center.

A roving DUI patrol will occur in Adams County during the same time frame, the release states.

Checkpoints, roving DUI patrols and other activities organized through the Center for Traffic Safety are funded with federal grant money distributed by the state Department of Transportation.

Sobriety checkpoints are announced in advance, but roving patrols and other activities may not be, according to the center.