After weeks of will increase, gasoline costs are stabilizing in western Pennsylvania – CBS Pittsburgh

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – According to the AAA, gas prices are stabilizing after weeks of increases.

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While the average gas price in western Pennsylvania is still above the $ 3 mark, it has fallen 3 cents to $ 3.036 a gallon. At that time last year, according to AAA, the average gas price was $ 2.358.

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According to the AAA, the national gas price average is showing signs of stabilizing and has been constant at $ 2.88 for the past five days. AAA attributes this to a decline in demand and a simultaneous increase in supply and refinery use.

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According to the AAA, drivers can expect fluctuations in the pump, but with falling crude oil prices no major increases in gas prices are to be expected.

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