May 28, 2009
Gasoline prices in Texas edged upward in the past week, AAA-Texas said in a report.
The report says Texas gas prices jumped more than six cents in the Lone Star state alone, and climbed nine cents nationwide.
Motorists in Texas are currently paying $2.33 per gallon, which is still below the national average of $2.45 per gallon, but 38 cents higher than what the average Texan was paying last month.
In Dallas, a gallon of gas is now selling for $2.33, up from $2.26 a week ago. In Fort Worth, a gallon of gas is now going for $2.32 per gallon, which is up from $2.24 per gallon.
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