WASHINGTON — The Obama administration is ­opposed to a gasoline tax increase or mileage fee to generate revenue for the next multi-year transportation bill, but would support a number of public and private options ­including bond-related financing, Transportation Secretary Ray ­LaHood said Friday.

“There is a path forward ­without raising the gas tax” that currently supports federal grants to states for transportation projects, LaHood said at a public-private partnership conference hosted by American Road and Transportation Builders ­Association.

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