Peru is close to meeting its revised investment goal for PPP concessions after awarding a copper mine and a northern coastal port.
The troubled Brazilian conglomerate has been trying to renegotiate its debts for a year and a half but so far with no success.
The CNT regards the participation of private sector players as key to fuel investments in railways.
Among the 2019 plans of Atlántico department are the expansion of a potable water plant, a new wastewater treatment plant and several road interventions.
The process to select a replacement has already begun, according to the company.
The trains will be manufactured at the plant the Canadian firms owns in Ciudad Sahagún in Mexico's Hidalgo state.