Crossing patrollers at primary and secondary schools could have their hours cut as Dundee City Council reviews operations.
It was revealed last year that a number of primary schools were set to lose their lollipop staff during lunch breaks.
Now a spokesman for the council has revealed the local authority is studying operations across both primary and secondary schools as part of the review.
The Parking and Pupil Safety Working Group, which includes cross-party councillors and parents, has backed the decision.
Since 2016, the council says it has used more “robust” methods of deciding where crossing points should be located in Dundee.
It adopted the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (Rospa) and Road Safety GB guidance for establishing school crossing patrol points.
Detailed site surveys have been carried out across city schools using the road safety criteria.
The spokesman said some of the surveys revealed “no pupils” used crossings at lunchtimes.
The spokesman said that there would be further consultation before any “decommissioning” of services started.
He added: “We are looking into the delivery of school crossing patrollers at lunchtime on a school-by-school basis at both primaries and secondaries.
“Some school crossings that have been surveyed have been used by no pupils at lunchtime, or by very low numbers of children who were accompanied by adults.
“When points do not meet Rospa/Road Safety GB criteria at lunchtime, we will carry out a consultation for the decommissioning of lunchtime-only points.
“These proposals will have no impact on the school crossing patroller operations in the morning or afternoon.”