Fuel costs are falling in western Pennsylvania because the nationwide common falls for the primary time since November – CBS Pittsburgh

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Gas prices in western Pennsylvania have fallen as the national average fell for the first time in months, according to the AAA.

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According to the AAA, the average gas price in western Pennsylvania is $ 3.010, compared to $ 3.036 last week. At that time last year it was $ 2.229.

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The national average is at $ 2.86, according to the AAA, falling from week to week for the first time since November.

The decline is due to growing gas inventories and cheaper crude oil prices. AAA expects pump prices to be kept in check.

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The AAA said the ship stranded in the Suez Canal affected the price of crude oil, but it is likely to have a limited impact in the US

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