Thousands of students across the state chose to renounce car trips to and from school during September.
As part of UDOT’s Walk More in Four campaign, walking and biking became the primary transportation method for Utah students. Each participant was asked to ride their bike or walk to school at least three days a week for four weeks and track their progress on an online progress chart.
Students who successfully completed the program were eligible for a prize drawing, which included new bikes, scooters, helmets, and Utah Jazz tickets.
These students from Oakridge Elementary and Gearld Wright Elementary are among this year’s winners.