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Fuel Costs Decline: Keystone State Joins National Trend

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As June begins, the national average for a gallon of gasoline has decreased, driven by tepid demand and a lower oil price. As of June 2, the average cost per gallon in the United States is $3.54, marking a 13-cent drop from one month ago.

Pump prices across Pennsylvania have also edged lower in recent weeks. At an average of $3.73 statewide, each gallon is eight cents cheaper than last month.

Metropolitan areas throughout the central region of the state have seen fuel costs descend at a similar rate. Here’s a full breakdown:

Altoona: $3.80, down five cents since last month 

Bloomsburg-Berwick: $3.67, down nine cents since last month 

Chambersburg-Waynesboro: $3.72, down twelve cents since last month 

Gettysburg: $3.79, down seven cents since last month 

Harrisburg: $3.71, down nine cents since last month 

Johnstown: $3.81, down four cents since last month 

Lancaster: $3.71, down nine cents since last month 

Lebanon: $3.65, down thirteen cents since last month 

Reading: $3.71, down nine cents since last month 

State College: $3.69, down nine cents since last month 

Williamsport: $3.75, down six cents since last month 

York: $3.82, down five cents since last month

To find out more about gas prices nationally and locally, go here.