Gas Prices Begin Upward Trend

Chaotic crude oil production pushes gas rates up.

The price of crude oil remained low, but that stop prices from inching up.

According to the Automobile Club of Southern California, gas prices in Southern California ended their two-week decline this week.

The average price of self-serve gasoline in the Los Angeles-Long Beach area was $3.731 per gallon, a 2.6-cent increase from the week before, but 9 cents lower than last month. Los Angeles-Long Beach gas rates are still 64 cents higher than last year.

The Inland Empire also saw higher prices, with the average price per gallon up 1.7 cents at $3.708 -- eight cents lower than last week, and 62 cents higher than the year before.

Orange County gas prices went up 2.8 cents this week, with the average at $3.719.

San Diego prices are also two cents higher from last week at $3.739, eight cents lower than last month, but 63 cent higher than last year.

“Although we’re seeing prices still lower than a month ago, refinery outages in Washington State and in Southern California and a reduction in inventories over the past week have contributed to increasing wholesale prices,” said Auto Club spokesperson Jeffrey Spring. “This result has nudged up retail prices.”

The stations currently selling the cheapest gas in Glendora are listed below. Local prices are according to GasBuddy.com and reflect prices reported within the last 24 hours.


1301 S Lone Hill Ave

934 S Grand Ave

465 W Foothill Blvd

857 E Arrow Hwy

954 S Grand Ave


934 S Grand Ave

465 W Foothill Blvd

954 S Grand Ave

1861 E Route 66

106 E Route 66


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