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Regional Gas Prices: June 25

Where drivers can find the cheapest gas across the region.

Gas prices haven't dropped significantly since last week, though more towns in the Greater Danbury/Waterbury area are seeing prices go below $4.

When driving around from town to town, it is still a wise move to stop in New Milford for your gas as its still the cheapest at $3.75 per gallon. Also the same from last week, Newtown has the most expensive gas at $4.19 per gallon, followed by Bethel, Danbury and Southbury.

Below is a list of the cheapest and most expensive fuel prices across the Greater Danbury/Waterbury that were compiled through reports at gasbuddy.com and motortrend.com. The cheapest/most expensive prices are indicated in bold. 

Town Cheapest Most Expensive Bethel $3.98 Citgo, 77 Greenwood Ave $4.13 Mobil, 33 Grassy Plain St Brookfield $3.95 Sunoco, 30 Federal Rd $4.08 Shell, 138 Federal Rd Danbury

$3.93 Sunoco, 64 Newtown Rd

$4.12 Sunoco, 77 Lake Ave Middlebury $3.95 Shell, 520 Middlebury Rd $4.09 Mobil, 750 Straits Tpke Monroe $3.99 Gulf, 505 Monroe Tpke/Cross Hill Rd $4.12 Sunoco, 396 Monroe Tpke Naugatuck $3.88 BP, N. Main St $4.03 Citgo, 800 New Haven Rd Newtown $3.99 Citgo, 151 S. Main St $4.19 Sunoco, 75 S. Main St  New Milford $3.75 Citgo, 71 Danbury Rd $3.86 Citgo, 520 Danbury Rd  Oxford $4.05 Mobil, 1 Oxford Rd N/A Southbury $4.09 Mobil, 997 Main St $4.12 Shell, 121 Main St Woodbury $3.96 Gulf, 1633 Main St $4.00 Shell, 24 Main St
Jeanne Porter June 26, 2011 at 02:57 PM
The Irving station on 63 in Naugatuck on 6/24 was $3.81 a gallon for regular.
westhri June 26, 2011 at 05:23 PM
Irvings is down to 3.78 per gallon. As far as getting a more accurate listing, why don't you just call out to us readers. We seem to be the most accurate. One last note, maybe you should have a followup article on this, speaking to the gas station owners as to why prices fluxuate between each town. That's where the real story is.
Nancy Zorena June 26, 2011 at 09:10 PM
We paid $3.83 today, June 26th on Route 7 in New Milford just south of Elephant's Trunk Flea Market!
Will Wilkin June 27, 2011 at 02:44 AM
My next car will be electric, will build a solar charging station.
J. Rick June 27, 2011 at 10:46 AM
Gas prices of course are a mojor concern since about 30% of the locals travel 20+ miles a day to get to work. What everyone is missing is the cost of diesel. It used to be the poor man's fuel always priced below regular up to four or fie years ago. It has since risen well above that comparison. The problem is that diesel fuels our cargo trucks which bring goods and food to our local stores hensce raising food prices more than most folks realize. Now our governor has imposed a new diesel only tax increase making the fuel even more expensive than before. This plan will backfire on the state actually ruducing any revenue from diesel fuel sales. Truckers will no longer be purchasing their desil in CT. What makes this tax worse is that the smaller new diesel passenger cars on the road are getting MPG averages close to if nor oer 50 MPG. In addition they leave less pollution than a gasoline engine. Additional taxes on an already very expensive car will make these cars less desirable in CT.

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