While not exactly law related, I had to do some research on gas prices. I thought I would share some of the data I found.
The government offers some helpful information on FuelEconomy.gov. The EPA and Department of Energy maintain the site. It allows you to research gas prices, as well as, conduct a car comparison. Data includes “gas mileage (MPG), greenhouse gas emissions, air pollution ratings, and safety information for new and used cars and trucks.”
Mapquest offers a search feature to locate gas prices. Search by city or specific address. When searching by address, the site lists station prices and displays them on a map.
Other options include WisconsinGasPrices.com or the city specific equivalents such as MilwaukeeGasPrices.com and MadisonGasPrices.com. Alternatively, try, AAA’s Daily Fuel Gauge Report where you can select a specific market or obtain state averages.
For those in Milwaukee, Google offers Google Transit, where you can plan your trip via public transportation. Just enter your beginning location and destination, the trip planner outlines the times and routes to get you where you need to be. Google Transit currently has coverage in about 40 U.S. cities and locations in several other countries.