The Northern Delaware County DUI Taskforce will be running a DUI Checkpoint this weekend in Radnor Township.
It does not say where or when the checkpoint will be set up.
The taskforce is comprised of six municipalities - Haverford, Marple, Newtown, Radnor, Springfield and Upper Darby Townships. It has been in operation since September 2009 and has conducted 44 operations to date.
It has arrested 92 drivers for Driving Under the Influence of alcohol or drugs, issued 33 citations for underage drinking, 492 citations and 613 warnings for other motor vehicle violations.
The purpose of the Northern Delaware County DUI Taskforce "is to save lives on the roadways and reduce injuries by aggressively enforcing DUI laws. Sobriety checkpoints are a proactive visual deterrent while also removing impaired drivers; roving patrols are traffic details with the main goals to spot and stop possible impaired drivers before they can cause harm to innocent unsuspecting motorists traveling on our roadways," according to a press release.