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2 February 2012, 09:20 | Updated: 2 February 2012, 09:31
You can take part in the Council's consultation about making it easier to get to the station.
The new road would link the station forecourt to the A329 Reading Road.
It's hope it would reduce traffic around Wellington Road, Oxford Road, Shute End and Reading Road and should help reduce delays at Barkham Road level crossing.
It's all part of the Council's plan to improve the station, working with Network Rail and South West Trains.
Cllr Keith Baker, executive member for transport, said:
"The station link road is a critical part of the road network needed to regenerate the town.
"The link road is an opportunity to improve the road junctions in the immediate vicinity of the station but also improve facilities for those arriving at the station on foot, by bicycle and by bus.
"It is important that the road network is still able to function efficiently and the link road would make significant improvements to combat congestion in Wokingham, especially at the level crossing."
The consultation will run to April 6 have your say here.