New speed camera implementation aims to save lives, but also causing road rage

In the past four years, the use of speed cameras has gone up by 30%. More communities are adopting speed cameras, helped in part by federal dollars. New York City has some 2,000 cameras in 750 school zones, previously turned on just part of the day, but as of August, now photographing drivers 24/7. The goal is to reduce deaths and injuries, but these cameras fuel a new kind of road rage some say is unfair.