UDOT's Student Neighborhood Access Program (SNAP)™ provides tools and resources to assist schools in the planning, education and encouragement of students walking and biking safely to school. Schools create plans that detail the safest walking and biking routes within a one-mile radius of the school and distribute maps to parents.
By helping administrators create a plan and provide a map of the safest walking and biking routes to parents and students, SNAP works to encourage the safety and health benefits of walking, as well as decrease air pollution and traffic congestion around schools.
SNAP works in partnership with the national Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program, which also provides funding for projects that improve student walking and biking access around schools as well as encourage and educate students to perform this healthy activity safely.
For a copy of your school's SNAP Map, contact your school directly or click on the link at the bottom of this page. For more information on SNAP.
SNAP safety songs performed at the assembly can be accessed by clicking here.
View Heartland’s Safe Walking Map online at