Vision Zero South West

L2L are very proud to be a member organisation of Vision Zero South West, a collaborative project between a number of organisations across Devon and Cornwall who have the joint goal of cutting road deaths and serious injury to zero by 2040.

We have been able to successfully bid for funding from Vision Zero South West to help us to further L2L's offer for young people in Devon.

There's loads more info on the Vision Zero South West website if you would like to find out more:




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We are very proud to have worked with our schools and colleges in Devon between 2019 and 2021 to assist the latest research conducted by Elizabeth Box at the RAC Foundation and Cranfield University. The research looked at the most effective ways to change the behaviour of young people on the roads to keep them safer. The results are now published and the recommendations within it are what L2L will aspire to design our interventions around. 

A cluster randomised controlled trial (cRCT) evaluation of a pre-driver education intervention using the Theory of Planned Behaviour - ScienceDirect 

As part of the research an educational film called DriveFit was created. This follows all best practice and evidence based educational theory and can be watched on the DriveFit website: DriveFit -

L2L uses some of the clips from this film in their own intervention.

Project EDWARD

Project EDWARD (Every Day Without A Road Death) is the biggest platform for showcasing good practice in road safety in the UK. Managed by Projects Zero, it is backed by government, the emergency services, highways agencies, road safety organisations and British businesses. It promotes an evidence-led, ‘safe system’ approach – the long-term objective of which is a road traffic system free from death and serious injury.

Each year L2L along with 999 services, local and national businesses and Local Authorities, joing forces to host awareness raising events to further the ambition of Project EDWARD.

Learn more about Project EDWARD

For Parents

For Parents: L2L can help parents of young people, age 16-19, to support them in the years when their young adult childr...
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For Young People

For young people: L2L is primarily aimed at young people aged 16-19 as this age group are our most at-risk group on the...
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For Teachers

For Teachers: we can help support teachers and educators to keep their young people safe on the roads
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