HOUSTON (AP) - Retail gasoline prices in Texas are down 7 cents this week in part because of the end of the summer driving season.
AAA Texas reported Thursday that the average price of regular unleaded was $3.58. The national average is $3.79.
Travel agency officials say that while pump prices are higher than a year ago, they are coming down because of the end of summer and the resolution of regional supply and distribution issues.
In Texas, Amarillo has the most expensive gas at $3.63, while Corpus Christi is the cheapest at $3.51.
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