Young v. Salt Lake City Sch. Dist
In Young v. Salt Lake City Sch. Dist., 2002 UT 64, P21, 52 P.3d 1230, the Court held that an administrative regulation requiring each elementary school to prepare a routing plan for students walking to school did not create a private right of action for a student who had been struck by a car while in a crosswalk.
The purpose of the regulation was to "ensure uniformity in traffic control devices and crossing guards, . . . not to make school districts liable." Id.
The rule was silent on any private right of action in court. Thus, there was no evidence of legislative intent to create a private right of action for a person harmed while walking to school. Id.