Highways Agency and Camping and Caravanning Club Sign Agreement. The Memorandum outlines specific actions to create stronger communications channels, and deliver improved services and safer roads via a number of initiatives and shared expertise. It follows the successes of previous agreements between the Agency and other national organisations, and includes a three-year forward plan, defining the aims and objectives of the MoU. The two organisations have previously worked closely on many key areas, and now intend to formalise their working relationship to the benefit of road users throughout England, including Club members. The Highways Agency holds a vast amount of historic and real-time traffic data which will greatly assist in journey planning. Through the examination of road traffic data, it will also be possible for the two bodies to work together to help reduce the number of accidents on key routes. The two organisations will also seek to encourage improvements to caravan and motor-home motorway service areas. Highways Agency Chief Executive, Graham Dalton, said: We are delighted to confirm our strong working relationship with The Camping and Caravanning Club. It reflects our desire to work more closely together with all road users to help them experience safer and more reliable journeys. Well be working with The Club to promote the safe towing message to all road users, and looking at ways to improve the way we operate, such as research into the reasons behind incidents involving towing vehicles. Matthew Eastlake, The Clubs Marketing < Communication Director, added: This alliance will help forge closer working relationships between ourselves and the Highways Agency. We represent a large proportion of motorists who either tow a caravan or trailer tent or drive a Motorhome and our primary aim is ensure road safety and safer highways and motorways.