PA Gas Prices Continue To Drop, National Demand Hits 52-Year Low

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By NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

PITTSBURGH (Newsradio 1020 KDKA) – According to AAA, the average price of gasoline in Western Pennsylvania is four cents cheaper this week coming in at $2.147 per gallon.

Here is a look at the gasoline prices across western PA: $2.090      Altoona$2.233      Beaver$2.198      Bradford$2.099      Brookville$2.145      Butler$2.103      Clarion$2.108      Du Bois$2.105      Erie$2.139      Greensburg$2.199      Indiana$2.248      Jeannette$2.163      Kittanning$2.199      Latrobe$1.957      Meadville$2.268      Mercer$1.805      New Castle$2.229      New Kensington$2.199      Oil City$2.241      Pittsburgh$1.949      Sharon$2.267      Uniontown$2.202      Warren$2.225      WashingtonAcross the country, gas prices have steadily declined for seven weeks, with the average cheaper by 61-cents to $1.86.

With less people on the road, the national demand for gasoline is hitting a 52-year low. “Every U.S. region is seeing builds in gasoline inventories and crude storage,” the AAA report states.

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