WASHINGTON - The problems facing transportation infrastructure financing are so expansive that all options must be considered, including public-private partnerships and a possible alternative to the federal gas tax to fund the highway trust fund, JPMorgan's Jane Garvey said Sunday at a conference here.

In other remarks at the conference, which was sponsored by the International Bridge, Tunnel, and Turnpike Association, Marshall Crawford, a managing director at JPMorgan, said the credit crunch should make P3s much more attractive to state and local governments.

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