Councillors are being asked to review the controversial ferry ticket machines at Windermere.
The machines, installed in June 2016, were described as going to "improve efficiency" and "benefit all ferry users", but locals and visitors have complained, saying the system is a struggle to use.
Windermere Councillor, Ben Berry will submit a motion to Cumbria County Council to review the ticket machines.
Ferry users currently have to buy tickets and have them checked prior to boarding, which they say makes the ferry's varying departure times unreliable.
The full motion:
A full council meeting will be taking place today, Thursday 29 June at 11.30am, where the motion will be presented and discussed.