Gas prices have risen by nine cents over the past three weeks, according to the Lundberg Survey
It's official, Chicago has the highest gas prices in the country.
The price of regular gas in the city is $3.35 per gallon, which is nine cents above the average recorded about three weeks ago, according to the Lundberg Survey released last Friday.
As of 8:30 this morning, the cheapest gas in Chicago is registered at the BP station located on 3611 N Harlem Ave & Addison St, according to the website Illinois gas prices. While the most expensive in Chicago can be found at the BP gas station on 1600 N Elston Avenue & North Avenue.
The average price for regular gasoline across the country is $3.08 a gallon, compared to $2.74 a gallon a year ago.
Salt Lake City has the lowest gas price with $2.73 per gallon.