Wellington Railway Station access 'needs improving'
Passenger access at a Shropshire railway station needs improving, a report commissioned by Telford and Wrekin Council has found.
Wheelchair access to the ticket office and platforms at Wellington Station were a particular problem, it said.
The report also highlighted the need for a bridge to link up the station with the bus terminal.
It recommended a number of improvements, which if installed would cost an estimated £1.5m.
The council said smaller scale improvements could be funded from local budgets, but the main projects would need government backing.
Councillor Hilda Rhodes said the Labour-led authority would work with rail operator London Midland and Network Rail to lobby for government funding.
In December, the Department for Transport approved bids of more than £37.5m to improve accessibility at railway stations across the country.