TUBE bosses plan to increase rush hour trains at Turnham Green in a bid to tackle overcrowding at the station.
Transport for London (TfL) intend to add an extra Ealing Broadway-bound train during evening rush hour.
The decision follows a number of meetings with Brentford & Isleworth MP Mary Macleod, where she raised the issue of 'dangerous' overcrowding at the station.
The extra train, made available by TfL's decision to cancel the weekday Earl's Court to Olympia shuttle service, is expected to begin running from December.
Ms Macleod said: "Whilst I very much welcome the addition of this extra District line train during the evening rush hour, I would like TfL to look into what can be done to tackle overcrowding at Turnham Green tube station during the morning rush hour too.
"The eastbound platform is often seemingly dangerously overcrowded, and commuters often have to wait for a number of trains to pass before they can even squeeze on to a train.
"As a result, I have written to TfL to highlight the issue of platform and train overcrowding at Turnham Green. A solution to this, of course, would be to get the Piccadilly line to stop routinely at Turnham Green."
The Piccadilly line currently only stops at Turnham Green during the early morning and late in the evening.