BOSTON (AP) — The average price for gasoline in Massachusetts has dropped again and has now matched the lowest price for 2015.

AAA Northeast said Monday that its latest survey found self-serve regular unleaded selling for an average of $2.06 per gallon in the Bay State, down a penny from last week.

The average price has fallen 8 cents in the past month and is 13 cents below the national average of $2.19 per gallon.

The director of public and legislative affairs for AAA Northeast, Mary Maguire, says gasoline costs have fallen in Massachusetts 16 of the last 17 weeks. The average previously fell to $2.06 on Feb. 2 of this year.