Bill that denies pedestrians access to check their phones revived
Honolulu's City Council committee revived a bill on Tuesday that would no longer allow O'ahu residents to check their phones while crossing a street or highway.
HONOLULU - A City Council committee on Tuesday revived a bill that would make it illegal for O'ahu residents to look at their phones while crossing a street or highway.
That means pedestrians would not be allowed to text, check email, or do anything that would cause them to look at their phones.
Bill 6 goes to the full council for a third and final reading.