The average price for a gallon of unleaded gasoline in Texas is $3.50 this week, 4 cents less than a week ago. Drivers in Dallas and Fort Worth are paying the most at $3.54.
AAA Texas on Thursday reported that the average cost at the pump has reached $3.54 per gallon. That compares to the U.S. gas average of $3.65 per gallon.
Gas prices across Texas jumped 15 cents this week, and drivers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area are paying the most statewide.
AAA Texas on Thursday reported the average price at the pump settled at $3.34 per gallon. The nationwide price of gasoline rose 1 cent this week to reach $3.52 per gallon.
AAA Texas on Thursday reported that the average price per gallon settled at $3.51. That compares to the national average of $3.64 per gallon, which held steady this week.
Gas prices across Texas dropped 4 cents this week. AAA Texas reported that the average price at the pump fell to $3.53. The national average also has fallen, down to $3.64.
AAA Texas on Thursday reported the average price at the pump reached $3.57 per gallon. The national average is down a penny to settle at $3.69 per gallon.
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.