Connecticut’s average gas price today is $2.48, three cents higher than this time last week. Compared to this time last year, average prices are $.24 cents higher.
Since early January, there have been at least a half dozen or more near-hits or actual collisions with emergency vehicles on Connecticut’s interstates.
As of Monday, Feb. 13, the statewide gas price average of $2.42 remains the same as it was last week.
Connecticut has moved down one place — to 10th place — in terms of having the highest average state gas prices in the nation.