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Forget $4/Gallon Gas, More like $3.80

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Retracting from earlier predictions that the California average price of gas would hit $4 this Spring, analysts now say it looks like $3.80 will be where it plateaus.

As of Wednesday, the statewide average was $3.65 for self-serve regular, a record according to the Sacramento Bee. Another record as also set yesterday when the national average hit $3.29.

Meanwhile, Metro wants you to imagine the future where trains comes so often, you don't need a timetable. Dream below with Metro on YouTube.

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