Pittsburgh-area Gasoline Prices Down For 4th Week

By Pittsburgh Business Times

Gasoline prices kept their march downward for the fourth week in a row, with prices at the pump dropping another 3 cents a gallon this week.

The average price of a gallon of regular, self-serve unleaded gasoline is $3.44 across western Pennsylvania, AAA East Central's Fuel Gauge said Tuesday.

That's still higher than Oct. 12, 2010, when the price was $2.83 a gallon.

The lowest price this week could be found in Brookville, $3.26 a gallon. The highest price was $3.53 a gallon in Altoona.

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