The price of a gallon of gasoline may soon start with a “2” across much the country.
Retail gasoline prices across Texas have dropped 3 cents this week to settle at $3.23 per gallon.
Retail gasoline prices across the state continue to drop as millions of Texans prepare to hit the road for the long Labor Day weekend.
An intersection in Denton County at I-35E and Swisher Road has four gasoline stations selling gas for $3.29.
Retail gasoline prices across Texas have declined 2 cents this week to reach $3.48 per gallon.
AAA Texas on Thursday reported the average price at the pump reached $3.52 per gallon. Nationwide retail gas prices rose a penny, to hit $3.68 this week.
Lawmakers both in Washington and Austin are considering possible gas tax increases to pay for much needed road improvements. Last week federal lawmakers unveiled a bipartisan plan to raise the federal gasoline tax by 12-cents.
For every gallon of gas you pump, 18.4 cents of what you pay goes toward the federal tax. The tax has remained unchanged since 1993.
Retail gasoline prices across Texas increased by a penny this week, but many commuters across the metroplex have seen much larger increases.
It is estimated that nearly 33% of North Texas residents will be hitting the road for a ‘gas tank’ holiday getaway this Memorial Day weekend.
Retail gasoline prices across Texas held steady this week at $3.49 per gallon.
Police in Fort Worth arrested Marshall Pittsinger, 31, for engaging in organized crime after he tried to steal gas.