Traffic on the world’s busiest bridge was brought to a near standstill Wednesday morning as a group of 10 immigration rights activists blocked motorists from entering New York City during rush hour. Traffic on the upper level of the bridge, which carries the east coast’s main artery, I-95, as well as US Route 1, US Route 9 and US Route 46,

between Bergen County, N.J. and Manhattan ground to a halt as the protesters chained themselves to the structure. The group of seven men and three women stood across the inbound lanes holding banners reading #SomosVisible, or #WeAreVisible, and another reading “Resist, Organize, Rise Up”, the New York Post reported. CONTINUE