SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - JANUARY 9: A South Korean sends a text massage on a mobile phone in the street on January 9, 2006 in Seoul, South Korea. Most S. Korean youths see mobile phones as an essential part of their social life, changing their conversation behaviour patterns. A survey conducted by the Korea Agency for Digital Opportunity and Promotion, an arm of the Ministry of Communication, reported of 1,100 students tested 4 in 10 send and receives text messages during class time and that the same amount send over 1,000 text messages a month. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)

Do you think people should get a ticket for distracted walking? Honolulu has passed a law to stop texting and walking across the street. The law states if you’re caught doing this you’ll be fined $35. Pedestrian deaths in traffic accidents has risen significantly in the last 3 years, so some states are working to pass a statewide law to enforce no texting and walking. California already has warning signs in some areas.