Further funding support from Hounslow council is crucial to improvements works at Gunnersbury station.
MP for Brentford and Isleworth Mary Macleod has urged the council to look at ways it can provide much needed help to transform the station used by thousands of commuters daily.
The Gunnersbury Station Action Team, formed by Ms Macleod last month, has identified changes that need to be made to enhance safety and tackle overcrowding, but needs the council to back its plans, and provide section 106 funding, for any further progress.
Ms Macleod said some section 106 funding has already been used for various improvements, but targeted funding is needed before work on the station can begin.
She added: “The Gunnersbury Station Action Team has made real progress in identifying what needs to change at the station, but we now need Hounslow council to support the plan too.
"I have pressed the council to seriously look at providing more funding for Gunnersbury station, so that we can begin improving it as soon as possible for the thousands of local people and commuters who use it every day.
"Once the council agree with us that Gunnersbury Station is no longer fit for purpose, I hope they will want to support our plans too”.
Councillor Amrit Mann, deputy leader for Hounslow Council, said: “The council is pro-actively exploring options for improving Gunnersbury Park station.
“The building is owned by Network Rail, leased to Transport for London and is within land in private ownership related to the Chiswick Tower.
“The council is working closely with all stakeholders and we’ve been successful in securing £600,000 from planning agreements with Chiswick Business Park for potential improvements.
“It’s likely that much more money is needed to turn Gunnersbury Park into a station fit for the 21st century commuter, which is vital given it is such an important gateway to the Golden Mile, home to many multi-national companies.
“This is why we’ve been asking the Mayor of London to provide more funds to improve public transport infrastructure along and around the Heathrow corridor.”
Last month, Network Rail pledged its support for improving Gunnersbury station at the Gunnersbury Station Action Team meeting.