Farmers depend on cheap and flexible labor to pick fragile crops like oranges, peaches, blueberries and more. Phillippe Diederich/Getty Images hide caption

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I-95 A 'Trap' For Migrant Fruit Pickers
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That's No Rest Stop, It's A 'Travel Plaza'
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State legislator John Martin advises people in northern Maine to drive down the middle of the road at night so they have a little more time to react to moose crossings. Carl D. Walsh For NPR hide caption

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Northernmost Maine? I-95 Won't Get You There
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Ray McNair rests under I-95 in Overtown, a historic black neighborhood in Miami that was nearly wiped out during the construction of the interstate. Tom Ervin For NPR hide caption

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Paying A Local Price For I-95's Global Promise
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Some call the Port of Savannah "The Quiet Giant."  About 80 percent of the freight unloaded at the Port will travel on I-95 for at least some part of the journey to retail stores across the country. Courtesy Port of Savannah hide caption

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It's The Heart That Keeps I-95's Economy Pumping
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A bridge overlooks where I-95 crosses the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Joel Rose/NPR hide caption

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At Last, I-95's Missing Link Hits The Road
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Starting A Journey On I-95, The Road Most Traveled
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