Average gas price in Northeast Ohio hikes above $3 a gallon

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CLEVELAND (WJW) – The average gas price in Northeast Ohio went up 13 cents this week, bringing it to $3.124 per gallon, according to reports from AAA East Central.

That’s $1.49 more than the average price during the week of January 11, 2021.

Here is what gas prices look like in your neighborhood:

  • $3.107        Alliance
  • $3.137        Ashland
  • $3.091        Ashtabula
  • $3.178        Aurora
  • $3.156        Chesterland
  • $3.108        Cleveland
  • $3.112        Elyria
  • $3.119        Independence
  • $3.053        Lorain
  • $3.116        Lyndhurst
  • $3.116        Massillon
  • $3.139        Mentor
  • $3.135        New Philadelphia
  • $3.146        Niles
  • $3.138        Norwalk
  • $3.150        Oberlin
  • $3.115        Parma
  • $3.095        Ravenna
  • $3.170        Solon
  • $3.150        Willard
  • $3.083        Youngstown

National gas prices edged upward by two cents last week to hit $3.30 per gallon. It’s being driven primarily by the higher price of crude oil, which is getting close to $80 a barrel. 

The national average is three cents less than a month ago and $1.01 more than a year ago.

Current gas prices nationwide, statewide and countywide are available at GasPrices.AAA.com.

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