Around May last year, gas prices jumped as the summer blends hit the pumps.
Now this year’s bump is on the way.
Prepare to say goodbye to the low gas prices we’ve been enjoying for months.
Something this good couldn’t last forever.
The average price of gas in Pittsburgh has fallen to $2.42 a gallon, but could it fall below $2 a gallon?
You’ve probably noticed a lot less pain at the pump lately.
If you’ve been out on the roads today, you may have noticed more cars as people head home for the holidays.
After seeing gas prices in the mid-$3 range for month, the prices are finally starting to come down.
The price of a gallon of gasoline may soon start with a “2” across much the country.
With 41 million Americans expected to travel this year, highways and airports will be packed with travelers looking to take advantage of the 3-day weekend.
Many are off today, to get an early start on Memorial Day travel plans.
Before you pull into your neighborhood gas station anxious to see a dramatic drop in prices because the state is dumping summer blend RVP gasoline, there is something you should know.
Summer is just around the corner and soon folks will be gassing up and hitting the road for family vacations.
Pennsylvania’s new gas tax took effect Jan. 1.
On Monday morning, Gov. Tom Corbett signed the most expansive and expensive transportation funding bill in recent years promising major new investments.
After debating a major, multi-billion dollar transportation bill this afternoon, the Pennsylvania House has now passed it. Gov. Tom Corbett says he plans to sign it.