TOWSON, Md. (WJZ) — As Marylanders stay close to home and vehicle usage has dropped amid the coronavirus pandemic, demand for gasoline and gas prices have also dropped.
The gas price average in Maryland is $2.05, which is down respectively 12 cents in the last week, 38 cents in the last month, and 60 cents from this date last year.
Gas prices in Salisbury are below $2, while prices in Annapolis, Frederick and Hagerstown are at $2.
Baltimore’s average sits at $2.01.
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Mirroring Maryland, today’s national gas price average is also $2.05, and is down respectively 12 cents in the last week, 41 cents in the last month and 62 cents from this time last year.