Gas Price Update For June 27, 2016

Gas price trend for week of June 27, 2016

Fort Lauderdale, FL – The price of gas continued a downward trek during the past week, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Prices fell in nearly every region, except along the west coast. However, price declines were weak in most locations. Only the midwest and lower Atlantic states enjoyed any significant declines, at eight cents and three cents, respectively. That helped bring the national average price for a gallon of regular unleaded down to $2.33, according to the E.I.A. report.

Diesel prices held stead this week, according to the E.I.A., although declines were to be found in minuscule amounts in most regions. Price went up about a penny per gallon in the Rocky Mountain states. Meanwhile, the national average price for diesel remained at $2.43 per gallon.

Regional cost averages for both gasoline and diesel are listed below, ranked from highest to lowest price.

Regional Gasoline Averages:

$2.764: PADD 5 WEST COAST (INCL. CA)
$2.480: PADD 5 WEST COAST (W/O CA)
$2.340: PADD 1a NEW ENGLAND
$2.323: PADD 1b CENTRAL ATLANTIC
$2.319: PADD 4 ROCKY MOUNTAIN
$2.291: PADD 2 MIDWEST
$2.257: PADD 1 EAST COAST
$2.183: PADD 1c LOWER ATLANTIC
$2.097: PADD 3 GULF COAST

Regional Diesel Averages:

$2.713: PADD 5 WEST COAST
$2.535: PADD 1b CENTRAL ATLANTIC
$2.491: PADD 1a NEW ENGLAND
$2.442: PADD 1 EAST COAST
$2.429: PADD 4 ROCKY MOUNTAIN
$2.389: PADD 2 MIDWEST
$2.361: PADD 1c LOWER ATLANTIC
$2.285: PADD 3 GULF COAST

Note: PADD is an acronym for Petroleum Administration for Defense Districts.

Gas Price Update For June 20, 2016

Gas price trend for week of June 20, 2016

Fort Lauderdale, FL – The price of gas finally reversed course during the past week and declined nearly a nickel per gallon, nationwide, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Prices fell in nearly every region, including the volatile midwest, where price increases last week contributed in large part to the June 13 increase in the national gas price average.

Diesel prices all fell during the week, according to the E.I.A., although declines were around a penny per gallon in most places. Prices held steady across much of the east coast, with the lower Atlantic and gulf states enjoying the greatest reprieve in pricing this week.

Regional cost averages for both gasoline and diesel are listed below, ranked from highest to lowest price.

Regional Gasoline Averages:

$2.720: PADD 5 WEST COAST (INCL. CA)
$2.467: PADD 5 WEST COAST (W/O CA)
$2.370: PADD 2 MIDWEST
$2.341: PADD 1a NEW ENGLAND
$2.332: PADD 1b CENTRAL ATLANTIC
$2.330: PADD 4 ROCKY MOUNTAIN
$2.276: PADD 1 EAST COAST
$2.215: PADD 1c LOWER ATLANTIC
$2.096: PADD 3 GULF COAST

Regional Diesel Averages:

$2.706: PADD 5 WEST COAST
$2.542: PADD 1b CENTRAL ATLANTIC
$2.494: PADD 1a NEW ENGLAND
$2.443: PADD 1 EAST COAST
$2.413: PADD 4 ROCKY MOUNTAIN
$2.386: PADD 2 MIDWEST
$2.358: PADD 1c LOWER ATLANTIC
$2.296: PADD 3 GULF COAST

Note: PADD is an acronym for Petroleum Administration for Defense Districts.

Gas Price Update For June 13, 2016

Gas price trend for week of June 13, 2016

Fort Lauderdale, FL – Gas prices continued their unrelenting spate of increases during the past week, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Price increased another two cents during the past week, settling at $2.40 per gallon. Prices held steady across many regions, but heft gains in the midwest, coupled with modest price increases in heavily-populated California, dragged the national averages higher. Prices across the lower Atlantic region actually declined nearly two cents.

The price of diesel went up across all regions, according to the E.I.A. The national average diesel price settled at $2.43 per gallon, a gain of just over two cents on the week.

Regional cost averages for both gasoline and diesel are listed below, ranked from highest to lowest price.

Regional Gasoline Averages:

$2.721: PADD 5 WEST COAST (INCL. CA)
$2.474: PADD 5 WEST COAST (W/O CA)
$2.466: PADD 2 MIDWEST
$2.363: PADD 1a NEW ENGLAND
$2.350: PADD 1b CENTRAL ATLANTIC
$2.322: PADD 4 ROCKY MOUNTAIN
$2.308: PADD 1 EAST COAST
$2.260: PADD 1c LOWER ATLANTIC
$2.135: PADD 3 GULF COAST

Regional Diesel Averages:

$2.711: PADD 5 WEST COAST
$2.537: PADD 1b CENTRAL ATLANTIC
$2.492: PADD 1a NEW ENGLAND
$2.449: PADD 1 EAST COAST
$2.413: PADD 4 ROCKY MOUNTAIN
$2.372: PADD 1c LOWER ATLANTIC
$2.390: PADD 2 MIDWEST
$2.307: PADD 3 GULF COAST

Note: PADD is an acronym for Petroleum Administration for Defense Districts.

Gas Price Update For June 6, 2016

Gas price trend for week of June 6, 2016Fort Lauderdale, FL – The price of gas moved another four cents higher during the past week, following on last week’s four-cent increase in prices. The gains are detailed in the weekly pricing survey from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Gas prices  held steady across New England, the central Atlantic and Rocky Mountain states, according to the report. Hefty price gains across the gulf coast, the midwest and the lower Atlantic states dragged the U.S. gas price average up to $2.38 per gallon.

Meanwhile, the price of diesel went up across all regions, according to the E.I.A., as the national average went up about three cents to $2.41 per gallon.

Regional cost averages for both gasoline and diesel are listed below, ranked from highest to lowest price.

Regional Gasoline Averages:

$2.698: PADD 5 WEST COAST (INCL. CA)
$2.454: PADD 5 WEST COAST (W/O CA)
$2.409: PADD 2 MIDWEST
$2.356: PADD 1a NEW ENGLAND
$2.345: PADD 1b CENTRAL ATLANTIC
$2.314: PADD 4 ROCKY MOUNTAIN
$2.314: PADD 1 EAST COAST
$2.277: PADD 1c LOWER ATLANTIC
$2.142: PADD 3 GULF COAST

Regional Diesel Averages:

$2.681: PADD 5 WEST COAST
$2.522: PADD 1b CENTRAL ATLANTIC
$2.471: PADD 1a NEW ENGLAND
$2.436: PADD 1 EAST COAST
$2.390: PADD 4 ROCKY MOUNTAIN
$2.363: PADD 1c LOWER ATLANTIC
$2.361: PADD 2 MIDWEST
$2.278: PADD 3 GULF COAST

Note: PADD is an acronym for Petroleum Administration for Defense Districts.

Gas Price Update For May 31, 2016

Gas price trend for week of May 30, 2016

Fort Lauderdale, FL – The price of gas moved about four cents higher during the past week; that is latest information in the weekly pricing survey from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. This week’s price hike means that prices, overall, have gone up a ten cents in the past two weeks. Gas prices went up the most in the lower-Atlantic states and the midwest, which typically has volatile retail pricing.

Meanwhile, the price of diesel went up across all regions, according to the E.I.A., while the national average went up about three cents to $2.38 per gallon. According to the E.I.A. report, the biggest price increases happened across the mid-Atlantic region, which was hit by Tropical Depression Bonnie, and across California.

Regional cost averages for both gasoline and diesel are listed below, ranked from highest to lowest price.

Regional Gasoline Averages:

$2.673: PADD 5 WEST COAST (INCL. CA)
$2.433: PADD 5 WEST COAST (W/O CA)
$2.353: PADD 1a NEW ENGLAND
$2.348: PADD 1b CENTRAL ATLANTIC
$2.340: PADD 2 MIDWEST
$2.316: PADD 4 ROCKY MOUNTAIN
$2.288: PADD 1 EAST COAST
$2.224: PADD 1c LOWER ATLANTIC
$2.090: PADD 3 GULF COAST

Regional Diesel Averages:

$2.650: PADD 5 WEST COAST
$2.505: PADD 1b CENTRAL ATLANTIC
$2.442: PADD 1a NEW ENGLAND
$2.405: PADD 1 EAST COAST
$2.375: PADD 4 ROCKY MOUNTAIN
$2.342: PADD 2 MIDWEST
$2.322: PADD 1c LOWER ATLANTIC
$2.254: PADD 3 GULF COAST

Note: PADD is an acronym for Petroleum Administration for Defense Districts.

Gas Price Update For May 23, 2016

Gas price trend for week of May 23, 2016
Fort Lauderdale, FL – The price of gas jumped up nearly six cents nationwide during the past week, according to this week’s pricing survey from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. That price increase was led by steep increases in prices across the midwest and gulf coast regions, where prices jumped about 10¢ and 7¢, respectively. Prices went up in all regions, with the west coast suffering only penny gains in prices.

The price of diesel took a leap up across all regions, according to the E.I.A. The national average price for a gallon of diesel went up exactly six cents per gallon to start the week at $2.36 per gallon, according to the weekly survey.

Prices are rising in advance of the busy summer travel season and on rising crude oil prices, which have continued to creep upward since the latter part of winter.

Regional cost averages for both gasoline and diesel are listed below, ranked from highest to lowest price.

Regional Gasoline Averages:

$2.658: PADD 5 WEST COAST (INCL. CA)
$2.406: PADD 5 WEST COAST (W/O CA)
$2.316: PADD 1b CENTRAL ATLANTIC
$2.315: PADD 1a NEW ENGLAND
$2.300: PADD 4 ROCKY MOUNTAIN
$2.280: PADD 2 MIDWEST
$2.248: PADD 1 EAST COAST
$2.178: PADD 1c LOWER ATLANTIC
$2.064: PADD 3 GULF COAST

Regional Diesel Averages:

$2.597: PADD 5 WEST COAST
$2.464: PADD 1b CENTRAL ATLANTIC
$2.411: PADD 1a NEW ENGLAND
$2.379: PADD 1 EAST COAST
$2.358: PADD 4 ROCKY MOUNTAIN
$2.325: PADD 2 MIDWEST
$2.308: PADD 1c LOWER ATLANTIC
$2.233: PADD 3 GULF COAST

Note: PADD is an acronym for Petroleum Administration for Defense Districts.

Gas Price Update For May 16, 2016

Gas price trend for week of May 16, 2016Fort Lauderdale, FL – The price of gas went up just over two cents nationwide during the past week, according to this week’s pricing survey from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. That gain was just a bit more than last week’s decline, meaning prices are, overall, continuing to climb, even if at an unsteady rate. The E.I.A. report shows shows the price of gas is back to $2.24 per gallon, which is where it was on May 2.

The price of diesel went up across all regions, according to the E.I.A. The national average price for a gallon of diesel went up nearly three cents per gallon to settle at $2.30 per gallon, according to the weekly survey.

Prices are rising in advance of the busy summer travel season and on rising crude oil prices, which have continued to creep upward since the latter part of winter.

Regional cost averages for both gasoline and diesel are listed below, ranked from highest to lowest price.

Regional Gasoline Averages:

$2.644: PADD 5 WEST COAST (INCL. CA)
$2.393: PADD 5 WEST COAST (W/O CA)
$2.282: PADD 1b CENTRAL ATLANTIC
$2.263: PADD 1a NEW ENGLAND
$2.243: PADD 4 ROCKY MOUNTAIN
$2.216: PADD 1 EAST COAST
$2.178: PADD 2 MIDWEST
$2.153: PADD 1c LOWER ATLANTIC
$1.987: PADD 3 GULF COAST

Regional Diesel Averages:

$2.530: PADD 5 WEST COAST
$2.410: PADD 1b CENTRAL ATLANTIC
$2.348: PADD 1a NEW ENGLAND
$2.324: PADD 4 ROCKY MOUNTAIN
$2.321: PADD 1 EAST COAST
$2.271: PADD 2 MIDWEST
$2.248: PADD 1c LOWER ATLANTIC
$2.157: PADD 3 GULF COAST

Note: PADD is an acronym for Petroleum Administration for Defense Districts.

Florida’s Turnpike Opens New Ramps to Greeneway

New ramps connecting SR 417 to Florida’s Turnpike just south of Orlando will open the morning of May 16, 2016.

Construction has completed on three new ramps connecting Florida’s Turnpike with State Road 417, also called the Central Florida GreeneWay, and those ramps are set to open to rush-hour traffic Monday, May 16, 2016, according to Florida’s Department of Transportation. F.D.O.T. made the announcement Thursday afternoon.

The new interchange has been under construction, in stages, since late 2013. The first ramps opened in the fall of 2015. Monday’s ramp openings will mark completion of the second stage of the new interchange construction. A final stage, which will complete the last three ramps in the interchange, is set to begin construction later this year, according to the F.D.O.T.’s news release.

The new interchange also marks continued expansion of Florida’s Toll-by-Plate program, which is eliminating cash-toll facilities at many interchanges. The entirety of Florida’s toll road system is slated to be completely cashless within a few years, following a national trend toward cashless and electronic toll collection, even at bridges and tunnels.

F.D.O.T. will open the new ramps to traffic at 6 a.m. on May 16.

Gas Price Update For May 9, 2016

Gas price trend for week of May 9, 2016

Fort Lauderdale, FL – The price of gas finally relaxed on the week, but prices only declined by two cents according to the national survey released today by the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The E.I.A. report shows shows the price of gas actually held steady or increased for most American drivers, but steep declines across the midwest, known for heavy pricing volatility, helped reign in the national gas price averages for the first time in weeks.

The price of diesel went up across all regions, except for the gulf coast, where prices dipped slightly, according to the E.I.A. The national average price for a gallon of diesel, however, edged only a half cent higher to remain at $2.27 per gallon.

Prices are rising in advance of the busy summer travel season and on rising crude oil prices, which have continued to creep upward since the latter part of winter.

Regional cost averages for both gasoline and diesel are listed below, ranked from highest to lowest price.

Regional Gasoline Averages:

$2.634: PADD 5 WEST COAST (INCL. CA)
$2.373: PADD 5 WEST COAST (W/O CA)
$2.280: PADD 1b CENTRAL ATLANTIC
$2.270: PADD 1a NEW ENGLAND
$2.217: PADD 1 EAST COAST
$2.214: PADD 4 ROCKY MOUNTAIN
$2.155: PADD 1c LOWER ATLANTIC
$2.116: PADD 2 MIDWEST
$1.987: PADD 3 GULF COAST

Regional Diesel Averages:

$2.493: PADD 5 WEST COAST
$2.402: PADD 1b CENTRAL ATLANTIC
$2.339: PADD 1a NEW ENGLAND
$2.309: PADD 1 EAST COAST
$2.277: PADD 4 ROCKY MOUNTAIN
$2.241: PADD 2 MIDWEST
$2.232: PADD 1c LOWER ATLANTIC
$2.131: PADD 3 GULF COAST

Note: PADD is an acronym for Petroleum Administration for Defense Districts.

Gas Price Update For May 2, 2016

Gas price trend for week of May 2, 2016

Fort Lauderdale, FL – The price of gas surged upward during the past week, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The E.I.A.’s weekly petroleum survey shows the average U.S. gas price went up almost eight cents to hit a national average of about $2.24 per gallon. Most of the major increases happened along the east coast and through the midwest, but it was the lower Atlantic states, including Georgia and Florida, where prices went up the most, an average of 11¢ across the region, by the numbers of the E.I.A. survey.

The price of diesel also went up across all regions, going up an average of 7¢ nationwide, according to the E.I.A. The biggest increases were seen across the lower Atlantic, the midwest and along the west coast region. The U.S. average diesel price is now $2.27 per gallon.

Prices are rising in advance of the busy summer travel season and on rising crude oil prices, which have continued to creep upward since the latter part of winter.

Regional cost averages for both gasoline and diesel are listed below, ranked from highest to lowest price.

Regional Gasoline Averages:

$2.635: PADD 5 WEST COAST (INCL. CA)
$2.334: PADD 5 WEST COAST (W/O CA)
$2.269: PADD 1b CENTRAL ATLANTIC
$2.250: PADD 1a NEW ENGLAND
$2.215: PADD 1 EAST COAST
$2.183: PADD 2 MIDWEST
$2.167: PADD 4 ROCKY MOUNTAIN
$2.163: PADD 1c LOWER ATLANTIC
$1.995: PADD 3 GULF COAST

Regional Diesel Averages:

$2.481: PADD 5 WEST COAST
$2.396: PADD 1b CENTRAL ATLANTIC
$2.334: PADD 1a NEW ENGLAND
$2.306: PADD 1 EAST COAST
$2.255: PADD 4 ROCKY MOUNTAIN
$2.232: PADD 1c LOWER ATLANTIC
$2.232: PADD 2 MIDWEST
$2.137: PADD 3 GULF COAST

Note: PADD is an acronym for Petroleum Administration for Defense Districts.