By Timothy Schumann
The Center Square 

Gas prices decline in state

Cost still secondhighest in country


Last updated 9/14/2023 at 3:52pm

OLYMPIA – Washington state fuel prices fell for the first time in months, but still remain above $5 a gallon. Despite the decrease, the Evergreen State still has the second-highest gas prices in the nation, behind only California.

At the beginning of the year, the average price at the pump in Washington state was $3.84 per gallon. As of Monday, the average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gas in Washington is $5.06, down from $5.09 the week prior, according to AAA data.

Per AAA, the average price of gas in California this week is $5.43 per gallon, up from $5.32 the week prior.


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