For the second consecutive week, there has been no movement in Connecticut gas prices, says AAA Northeast.
Today, Connecticut’s average gas price of $3.49 for a gallon of self-serve, regular is the same as last week. On the national level, however, the average of $3.31 is a penny higher than last week.
Compared to last month, prices in The Nutmeg State are 3 cents lower while nationally, prices remain the same.
Here is AAA’s weekly price survey of Connecticut’s six metro regions:
Greater Bridgeport $3.57 Lower Fairfield County $3.55
New Haven/Meriden $3.48 Greater Hartford $3.45
New London/Norwich $3.46 Windham/Middlesex $3.49
Statewide Average: $3.49
Today, Texas registers the lowest prices in the nation at $2.93, followed by Arkansas and Oklahoma, both at $2.94. California and Hawaii hold the highest prices in the nation at $4.65 and $4.33, respectively. Connecticut moved to the 11th on the list of highest gas prices in the nation. Average gas prices may be obtained daily through www.gasprices.aaa.com.