The Kansas Highway Patrol has more than a dozen special enforcement projects scheduled for around the state over the next nine days.
In one patrol planned for Sedgwick County, troopers will be monitoring traffic along I-135. That enforcement effort begins at 10 p.m. Friday and runs through 2 a.m. Saturday, according to information posted on the highway patrol’s Facebook page.
Other projects in the area include a checklane next week in Hutchinson and Reno County where law enforcement will be targeting motorists driving under the influence.
A total of 15 patrols are scheduled through June 9, including saturation patrols, speeding enforcement and DUI checklanes, according to the highway patrol.