3:17 - Florida State Sen. Jeff Brandes on reports Florida’s Department of Transportation is shortening yellow lights.
4:05 - Consumer Reports Auto Testing Director Jake Fisher on the alleged defects with Ford’s EcoBoost engine, and how consumers should handle it.
4:17 - Consumer Reports Deputy Auto Editor Jeff Bartlett on the best luxury sports cars on the market.
5:52 - The Wall Street Journal Auto Columnist Dan Neil on the outlook for Tesla.
1:51 - FBN’s Jeff Flock reports that the Big Three American automakers are doing well, according to a recent quality survey.
4:04 - State Sen. Bruce Starr, (R-Ore.), on Oregon’s alternative gas tax program.
4:46 - Eagle Auto Mall president Mark Calisi and The Car Coach Lauren Fix discuss the zero-emission vehicle mandate.
2:23 - FBN’s Jo Ling Kent weighs in on how the U.S. dollar and the yen are affecting Toyota.
2:58 - Pacific Crest Securities senior research analyst Ben Schuman on Tesla’s first-quarter results.
3:45 - Former NTSB Managing Director Peter Goelz on a report on the FAA’s oversight of airplane repairs.
3:27 - National Legal and Policy Center’s Paul Chesser on the tax subsidies Tesla is receiving from California.
5:23 - The Car Coach Lauren Fix on the warranties and add-ons that auto dealers try to sell consumers.
6:11 - NetJets CEO Jordan Hansell on where the company is seeing the biggest growth and how it prepared for sequestration.
3:50 - Travelocity founder Terry Jones on the growing number of fees charged by airlines.
4:33 - Travel Expert Mark Murphy on the program that lets passengers bypass the long travel lines at airports.
2:25 - Delta Air Lines Senior V.P. Gail Grimmett on the new terminal the airline is about to open at JFK Airport.
4:29 - FareCompare.com CEO Rick Seaney on how consumers can get great airfare deals.
3:45 - Edmunds.com senior analyst Michelle Krebs on some automakers cutting prices and offering incentives.
3:01 - FBN’s Ashley Webster on the online travel booking sites.
4:18 - Wolfe Research senior airline analyst Hunter Keay on the outlook for airline stocks.
3:23 - Longboard Asset Management CEO Cole Wilcox on the outlook for Tesla Motors.
5:05 - Spirit Airlines CEO Ben Baldanza on the company’s growth, new airlines and fees.
3:24 - Flying Food Group Executive V.P. Nicolas Rondeau and Flying Food Group Corporate Airline Chef Stephen Parkerson on the business of airline food service.
5:07 - TripAdvisor CEO Steve Kaufer on how the company’s new metaseach helps travelers find the best deals for their trips.
4:53 - Bombardier CEO Pierre Beaudoin on the company’s CSeries jets and expansion and hiring.
1:53 - FBN’s Jeff Flock speaks with Steve Knoop, CEO of Turtle Wax, on how he continues to innovate.
3:52 - U.S. Travel Association CEO Roger Dow on the economic impact of the FAA furlough.
4:45 - Old Dominion Freight Line CEO David Congdon on the company’s earnings and outlook.
4:52 - Ford Motor Company CFO Bob Shanks weighs in on Ford’s fifth straight quarter of earnings beats.
4:38 - Ryder System CEO Robert Sanchez on the company’s earnings, outlook and plans to increase the use of natural gas.
4:05 - Boyd Group International president Michael Boyd says that the FAA’s claims are merely a smoke screen, and there’s no reason for sequestration cuts.
2:24 - FBN’s Rich Edson reports that the FAA’s furloughs mean that many travelers will experience delays across the country’s airports.
4:23 - Former DOT Inspector General Mary Schiavo on FAA furloughs and flight delays.
2:26 - FBN's Jeff Flock on how furloughs could impact flights.
4:12 - With 787 deliveries expected to resume soon, Boeing prepares by installing more flight simulators so airlines can train pilots.
1:25 - FBN's Peter Barnes on the latest on Boston's transportation shut down.
2:35 - Kelley Blue Book senior analyst Alec Gutierrez on how car sales might have been helped by car sales in March.
3:15 - Attorney Michael Winkleman on the ongoing lawsuit against the cruise line after passengers were left stranded without power.
4:50 - Former American Airlines CEO Bob Crandall on the airline’s computer system outages yesterday and its merger with US Airways.
3:50 - Student Transportation Inc. CEO Denis Gallagher on the push for natural gas school buses.
3:17 - Airstream CEO Bob Wheeler hopes to attract a higher-end customer with a “land yacht” concept trailer that costs $130,000.
4:17 - Attorney Mark Lanier discusses whether the former workers at Fisker have a case against the electric-vehicle manufacturer.
5:14 - BestFares.com CEO Tom Parsons and SmarterTravel.com Executive Director Anne Banas on how travelers can get the best possible flight experience.
3:32 - Boyd Group International Chairman Mike Boyd on a report rating airline performance.
2:32 - FBN's Rich Edson breaks down the latest airline quality rating report.
5:06 - Samoa Air CEO Chris Langton on the airline’s new ‘pay by weight’ strategy.
3:45 - Consumer Reports Senior Projects Editor Tod Marks on how travelers can avoid fees.
4:04 - Detroit Electric CEO Albert Lam and Detroit Electric North America Operation’s Don Graunstadt on bringing back the automaker with a new all-electric sports car.
6:14 - Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk on the automaker’s new leasing option for the Model S.
5:17 - Ford Motor’s Senior Technical Leader K. Venkatesh Prasad on how automakers are using 3D printing technology.
1:51 - FBN’s Jeff Flock talks to Bill Kay Ford New Car Manager Dan Basic about the rise in auto sales.
3:28 - Edmunds.com senior analyst Jessica Caldwell weighs in on the rise of auto sales in the United States.
4:46 - Attorneys Tamara Holder and Anahita Sedaghatfar on the airline's decision to charge based on passenger weight.
4:48 - Junkscience.com’s Steve Milloy on the media backing of the electric-automobile movement.
5:34 - Blue Phoenix Chief Energy Strategist John Licata on the future of the electric automaker.
3:17 - JumpSeat CEO & founder Justin Sullivan discusses his efforts to make private aviation more attainable.
2:21 - 71 Lbs CEO Jose Li on how the company helps businesses and consumers get the refunds they are due on items they have shipped.
1:34 - New EPA gas standards will reduce sulfur in gasoline by two-thirds, reports FBN’s Peter Barnes.
3:09 - Attorney Randy Zelin on a judge objecting to AMR CEO Tom Horton’s severance package that is part of AMR’s merger plans with US Airways.
3:24 - Jeep President and CEO Mike Manley speaks with FBN’s Jeff Flock about the all new Jeep Cherokee.