HONOLULU - The days of looking at your cell phone while crossing the street could soon be gone in Honolulu.

The City Council passed a bill that bans pedestrians from looking at mobile devices in crosswalks.

It does not apply to talking on the phone.

The fine ranges from $15 to $99.

A spokesperson for Mayor Kirk Caldwell says - while the mayor generally favors bills that increase safety, he's still weighing the pros and cons.

If he approves, it would become law 90 days later.