Honolulu will soon ban from walking across the while using mobile . The new law starts in October. It says no one can cross a street or road looking at mobile phones, and cameras. There is a $15-$35 fine. People who break the for a second time will get a $99 . Honolulu's mayor said the law was because there were many and when pedestrians use mobile devices.
People who text while walking are called "phone ". The ban is so people know about the of texting while walking. The said there were too many in Honolulu. He added that if people had more sense, he would not have to pass this law. Another said we have a lot of today but we forget about staying . The new law is like that bans texting while driving.