Gas prices skyrocket as Russia-Ukraine crisis continues

Gasoline prices are surging in New York City as the conflict between Russia and Ukraine escalates.

News 12 Staff

Mar 4, 2022, 5:43 PM

Updated 835 days ago

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Gasoline prices are surging in New York City as the conflict between Russia and Ukraine escalates.
New Yorkers are feeling the pain at the pump as prices have skyrocketed over the last couple of weeks. Commuters can see prices as high as $3.93 over at the Mobil gas station on Neptune Avenue in Brooklyn. According to GasBuddy.com, the citywide average gas price one year ago was just $2.87.
The New York City average for 1 gallon of regular gas today reached a whopping $4.05, according to GasBuddy.com. The average price in both Brooklyn and the Bronx is $4.03.
There are currently three stations in Brooklyn where drivers can gas up for $3.69 a gallon: the Gulf station in Greenpoint, at Mobil in Coney Island and at the BP in Williamsburg.
Over in the Bronx, GasBuddy is reporting commuters can fuel up for $3.45 at the Shell station in the Belmont section of the borough.


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