That there were so many cars was because presently there is no public transport like bus service. Taxis need to be pre-arranged unless they try their luck if they know the arrival times, especially on a Sunday. So because of the 2 km away from the main road which is not walkable (unless desperate) especially in the afternoon, passengers need to arrange with someone to pick them upon arrival. I can safely say that about a third of the number of passengers, like myself, could have walked, if only the train stopped at the old station.
KTMB management in BG should have an employee in charge of ensuring road traffic signs are observed and parking spaces are made use of. At the moment, because the station is normally quiet except during departure and arrival, and especially during weekdays, motorists park in front of the station for convenience. But to avoid congestion during a peak Sunday, the road in front should be changed to 'Jalan Sehala' or 'One way street' and if necessary, have some parking lots created. This would prevent confusion as well as creating some convenient parking for those too lazy to walk!