July 4's gas costs highest since '08

State road work adds travel knots

Posted: July 2, 2014 at 4:37 a.m.

Motorists stop Tuesday at a Pilot Travel Center off Interstate 30 in Bryant. People traveling on the long Fourth of July weekend will see some of the highest gasoline prices since 2008.

Drivers who hit the road to celebrate the Fourth of July are expected to face the highest gas prices in six years and almost 50 miles of lane closures on major Arkansas highways.

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