CT gas prices down $.6 cents

Gas prices continue their weekly decline in Connecticut and on the national level.

Compared to last week, Connecticut average gas prices are down $.6 cents, AAA Northeast reports in its weekly gas survey. Today’s average gas price is $2.05. Compared to last month and last year, prices have dropped $.14 cents and $.32 cents, respectively.

On the National level, today’s average price is $1.89, down $.8 cents compared to last week; 11 cents since last month; and $.18 cents since last year.

AAA’s weekly survey of prices in the Nutmeg State’s four regional areas as follows:

  • Greater Bridgeport/Stamford $2.16

  • New Haven/Meriden $2.03

  • Greater Hartford $2.02

  • New London/Norwich $2.02

  • Statewide Average: $2.05

Connecticut continues to hold steady at 11 th place as the state with the highest gas prices. California and Hawaii have the highest gas prices at $2.77 and $2.64, respectively. Oklahoma and Missouri continue to register the lowest prices in the nation at $1.60 and $1.63, respectively. As of today, only 13 states are charging more than $2 a gallon for gas.

AAA Northeast is a not-for-profit auto club with 61 offices in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Jersey providing more than 5.1 million local AAA members with travel, insurance, finance, and auto-related services.