Gas prices are on the rise nationally, and Austin is no exception.
The price of gas in Texas has gone up another six cents this week, to $3.82 a gallon, according to AAA’s Fuel Gauge Report. That's up 25 cents over the last 4 weeks.
The price spike mirrors one hitting the entire country. But gas here is still a dime cheaper than the national average. Austin customers pay $3.75 at the pump, up from $3.58 a month ago.
Of the state's major metro areas, people in Dallas-Fort Worth pays the most at $3.90. Amarillo residents pay the least, at $3.64.