By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Bad news got worse for drivers overnight — gasoline prices continue to rise in Pennsylvania.
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The average gas price in the state is $4,088 today according to AAA.
Gas prices last reached such a high in 2008, the year of the financial crisis.
Still, prices in southwestern Pennsylvania appear to be better compared to the eastern side of the state.
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Southwest Pa. counties
Allegheny County – $4,073
Beaver County – $4,059
Fayette County – $4,060
Westmoreland County – $4,060
Counties in Southeast Pa
Bucks County – $4,158
Montgomery County – $4,162
Philadelphia District – $4,131
In Pittsburgh, the price per gallon for regular fuel is $4,060.
The national average for today is a little below all of those prices at $3,922.
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Read more about petrol prices and trends here.
https://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2022/03/05/gas-prices-over-4-allegheny-county/ Average gas price above $4 in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County – CBS Pittsburgh