The problem may be inherent in the early state of recognizing individuals at these speeds. The Oak Ridge National Laboratory has achieved more than 80 percent accuracy in a study that showed the face through the windshield, but it was at low speed. Maybe he will not be ready for someone to drive on the bridge.
It's not something that privacy advocates have in mind. Facial recognition is already a controversial issue, not to mention when it is used to look in the car. Regardless of whether you see it as Orwell's invasion, which may lead to abuse of power, in the best case, there are problems with accuracy. Sometimes it's not easy for them to recognize non-white people and women, and this suggests that the perpetrator will not wear a mask or other masking. Although no terrorism detection system is reliable, there are real concerns that existing approaches can lead to false positives or allow suspects to crack cracks.