Gas Prices Drop Slightly In Beaver County And Western Pennsylvania

(Matt Drzik/Beaver County Radio)

After a week of rising due to the cold spell that fell upon Western Pennsylvania, gas prices once again dipped slightly across the region. According to AAA East Central’s latest report, the average price for a gallon of unleaded gasoline has fallen to $3.39. That average is one cent below last week’s $3.40 a gallon, and down a full 48 cents from the average of $3.87 one year ago.

Beaver County once again follows the trends of the region, moving one cent down from $3.47/gallon last week to $3.46/gallon this week. Pittsburgh drops one cent as well from $3.45/gallon to $3.44/gallon, but Butler jumps two cents from $3.47/gallon last week to $3.49/gallon this week.

Conversely, the national average has risen three cents this week to $3.10/gallon according to AAA East Central, due to the overall rising cost of oil.

This week’s average prices: Western Pennsylvania Average                        $3.393
Average price during the week of January 22, 2024                                         $3.401
Average price during the week of January 30, 2023                                         $3.865

The average price of unleaded self-serve gasoline in various areas:      

$3.269      Altoona
$3.463      Beaver
$3.587      Bradford
$3.198      Brookville
$3.494      Butler
$3.340      Clarion
$3.214      DuBois
$3.239      Erie
$3.481      Greensburg
$3.483      Indiana
$3.484      Jeannette
$3.594      Kittanning
$3.490      Latrobe
$3.190      Meadville
$3.349      Mercer
$3.111      New Castle
$3.450      New Kensington
$3.399      Oil City
$3.440      Pittsburgh

$3.279      Sharon
$3.456      Uniontown
$3.599      Warren
$3.434      Washington

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