If you have a late summer road trip planned, there’s good news—the average gas price in the Chicago area has dropped 15 cents since Thursday, and prices are expected to keep going down.
More people will be traveling this Memorial Day weekend compared to last year, and throughout the summer as well.
CBS 2’s Derrick Blakely reports holiday passengers expecting turkey day travel troubles received a pleasant surprise as few O’Hare flights delayed or cancelled due to the northeast storm.
If you’re planning to drive somewhere for the Fourth of July holiday, the trip will cost you less.
Chicago area gasoline prices have been on a roller coaster the past few weeks. Right now, they’re on the upswing, but analysts don’t expect the increase to last long.
AAA Chicago is using the word “volatile” to describe gas prices over the past month, but mainly, the trend is decidedly upward.