Today, (Oct 23) statewide and national average gas prices are a penny cheaper than this time last week. Compared to last month, they’re down $.11 cents and $.12 cents, respectively. However, compared to last year, Connecticut prices are $.38 cents higher while nationally, the average is $.24 cents higher.
The national average price at the pump has fallen for 15 of the last 20 days, for a total savings of seven cents per gallon.
AAA’s weekly survey of prices in Connecticut’s four regional areas as follows:
- Greater Bridgeport/Stamford $2.79
- New Haven/Meriden $2.68
- Greater Hartford $2.68
- New London/Norwich $2.66
- Statewide average: $2.71
Today, Arkansas and Missouri are the two states registering the lowest averages in the nation, both at $2.20. Hawaii and California at $3.11 and $3.03, respectively, continue to rank as the states with the highest average at $3.12. Connecticut continues to hold steady at seventh place on the list of states with the highest gas price averages.
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