The Brazilian group and two of its partners must also pay compensation of US$250mn for acts of corruption.
If approved by JICA, the tender could be launched before the end of this year.
Brazil's president-elect could also scrap federal airport authority Infraero.
The concessionaire of line No. 2 of the Lima metro committed to greater spending and employee hiring next year, as the government strives to accelerate key infrastructure projects.
The decision was announced despite an alleged conflict of interest on the part of President Duque.
In a new intelligence series report, BNamericas identifies rich opportunities in most countries of the region.