The Price of Gas in Massachusetts Up 2 Cents Per Gallon

BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts gas prices continue to inch up, but still remain much lower than the national average.

AAA Northeast says its latest weekly survey released Monday found self-serve, regular selling for an average of $2.19 per gallon, 2 cents higher than last week.

The Massachusetts per-gallon price is 14 cents lower than the national average for the same grade, but 21 cents higher than the Bay State’s average price a year ago.

According to, the price on Cape Cod ranges from a low of $2.07 per gallon to a high of $2.41.

AAA says rising spring prices are not unusual and prices are expected to continue to go up.

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