This is a question of theoretical interest, since the likelihood that I'd actually take this action is near 0.
So, there is one particular commonly traveled outdoor covered hallway on campus that is the main north/south pathway for everyone traveling. There is a campus policy prohibiting skateboards/bicycles/etc. from being used in this hallway for safety (and, in my opinion, noise!) but particularly safety reasons.
There is no-one currently enforcing this policy. There have been accidents due to unsafe people breaking this policy causing injury. The campus police don't want to get involved since it's not a matter of law but of campus policy.
So...as an individual, does one have the right/ability to sue to try to compel the university to enforce its own safety policy? It seems like there'd be standing (As I'm at risk by it not being enforced). If not, is there any other legal redress?
Again, mostly hypothetical....(Although the more those skateboards annoy me.....)