Gas prices across Texas have slipped 5 cents this week, as some travelers prepare for spring vacations. AAA Texas reported the average price at the pump is $3.58 per gallon.
Retail gas prices across Texas have jumped 21 cents in the past week — to $3.64 per gallon — as U.S. refineries prepare to switch to more expensive summer-blend gas.
Gasoline prices around North Texas on Wednesday were hovering around $3.71 a gallon for regular unleaded. But, some commuters are already paying more.
Officials with Dallas Area Rapid transit (DART) are optimistic they’ll see a bump in ridership because of spiking gasoline prices. Gas prices have been on the rise for more than a month and public transportation systems across North Texas have seen an increase in passengers.
Analysts are sounding a warning — it is possible that drivers could be paying $4.00 for a gallon of gasoline later this year. But there are things you can do to still save money.
AAA Texas reported on Thursday that the average price per gallon at the pump reached $3.38. Nationwide gasoline prices also rose, increasing 13 cents to hit $3.55 per gallon.
Commuters are adapting to increasing traffic congestion by building delays into their schedules, but at a cost of $121 billion in wasted time and fuel, according to one study.
AAA Texas reported that the price of a gallon of regular unleaded gas is $3.24. That’s up from last week’s average of $3.16, but still 18 cents below the national average.
AAA Texas reported Thursday that the average price for unleaded regular fuel statewide is $3.16 a gallon. That is 16 cents per gallon cheaper than the national average.
Gas prices in Texas slipped a nickel this week. AAA Texas reported that the average price at the pump was $3.09 per gallon. National prices declined to $3.30 per gallon.
Retail gasoline prices across Texas have slipped 2 cents this week to settle at $3.14 per gallon.
AAA Texas said that gas prices have held steady and remain at an average $3.16 per gallon. A survey also found nationwide prices at the pump were also unchanged at $3.41 per gallon.