People driving in York County this weekend could be stopped at a DUI checkpoint, according to the Center for Traffic Safety.

The checkpoint will be held sometime between 6 p.m. Friday and 6 p.m. Sunday and will be manned by municipal police. The sobriety checkpoint is part of the "Operation Safe Holiday" statewide campaign, according to the center.

The campaign, begun on a small scale in 2004, now includes the entire holiday season and targets impaired drivers, aggressive drivers and people not wearing set belts, according to the center.

Stepped-up DUI enforcement will be conducted throughout York, Adams and Lancaster counties for the rest of the campaign, which ends Dec. 31.