Average Price of Gas Still Over $4 a Gallon


| 7/8/2008 4:26:52 PM


Tags: gas prices,

According to the Energy Information Administration of the U.S. Department of Energy, the national average price of gasoline is still higher than $4 a gallon, $4.165 specifically. That's for all grades. The average price of regular octane is $4.114.

In late June, the averages were $4.146 and $4.095, respetively.

Here are a few other averages of note:

National average for regular gas, May 19, 2008: $3.791. That's 32 cents less than today's average.

National averages for regular gas, by region:



New England: $4.143
East Coast: $4.079
Midwest: $4.059
Gulf Coast: $3.958
California: $4.550
West Coast: $4.440

Hannah Lobel
7/11/2008 10:19:26 AM

Here in the Twin Cities we've still got under $4 options, and a handy website that helps folks find the cheapest gas near them: http://www.twincitiesgasprices.com/. I myself have been hopping on the bus more than ever lately, and I'm not alone. Across the country, more and more people are opting for the bus/train/rail and even their bikes over their gas guzzlers.




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