Hundreds of passengers at Burton Railway Station risk being struck by taxis due to poor safety arrangements on the car park, it is claimed.
Burton cabbie Nabil Razzak has called for a one-way system on the site amid fears that taxis are endangering the lives of rail users because of how the station's road system works.
Drivers using the car park currently access the site via two entrances which also serve as exits - which has led to some collisions and a string of near-misses, said the cabbie.
The driver, who works for 57 Taxis at the station, feels the taxi rank was also badly positioned - with drivers needing "eyes in the back of their head" to be able to see clearly around them.
Mr Razzak said: "My main issue is the safety of the public. The way the taxi rank is at the station, it's in a dangerous position. On many occasions the vehicles have collided but it is an ongoing battle with East Midlands Trains. I have been in talks with them for four or five months now but they keep saying to just drive more safely.
"We are licenced drivers so we are always careful but the way the station operates you need to have eyes in the back of your head to move out. I think we need to raise public awareness of this.
"They need to introduce a one-way system as this is a dangerous situation. If people are coming in to the car park and a driver is just setting off, because of the way it is laid out there could easily be an accident.
"It is only a matter of time before someone gets seriously hurt.
"You have people coming out of the station and it is hard to walk across the car park safely. Safety really needs to be reviewed.
"We have asked for someone to come down and assess the situation. What does it take before something is done? Does someone need to die before they stop and do something about it?"
A spokesman for East Midlands Trains said they would look into the issues raised by Mr Razzak.