They say waste is left in the open and has serious health implications. They have also raised concerns about the number of homeless people living there who have no access to ablution facilities.
Residents are also concerned petty criminals could hide in the bushes.
The litter and human waste was attracting flies, cockroaches and rats, residents said.
They said parents were reluctant to allow their children to use the station when they travelled to school because they could fall ill if they came into contact with human waste.
If a children fall into the mess they could have serious health problems. They refuse to let their children hang around in the area because it is so dirty and they are in unprotected environments that could potentially lead them to getting robbed.
“The available resources permit vegetation control and clearing of rail reserves twice per annum under favourable weather conditions.