As my colleague Samaia Hernandez reports, Connecticut has the highest retail gas prices in the continental United States this week, as measured by AAA, using data from the Oil Price Information Service. Connecticut’s $3.82 a gallon for regular and $4.09 for premium top every state in the nation except Alaska and Hawaii. (For Diesel, New York edges Connecticut by 2 cents a gallon.)
The sortable chart below shows average gas prices for all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Click on the name of any state to see historical prices and click here for national figures. And for gas prices in metropolitan areas of Connecticut, click here – and learn, for example, that gas in Fairfield County averages 11 cents more a gallon than the rest of the state.