CAMPAIGNERS want better car parking at a village railway station.
They are urging that a park-and-ride site is set up at Honley - the call is being made after fears that parking spaces would be lost due to a new housing development near the station.
The housing scheme has now been withdrawn, but rail users say it is time for parking to be sorted out.
Peter Marshall, from the Huddersfield, Penistone and Sheffield Rail Users' Association, said: "Roads in the Holme Valley are getting busier and busier.
"So a park-and-ride interchange at Honley and other Penistone Line stations would certainly help to relieve traffic congestion."
Highways officers had urged that yellow lines be painted on Station Road in Honley to ensure a safe approach to new homes.
It's a spot where many rail passengers leave their cars when they catch the train.
Kirklees Council public transport development officer Victoria Podgorski said the outline housing scheme had now been withdrawn.
"For the moment as far as parking on Station Road goes, there is no change," she said, but added the council was looking for a suitable site for passengers to park.