The assessment report outlines the investment figures required to improve the resilience of the city's potable water network.
The regulator is proposing a hike of 4.77% in rates.
A total of eight consortiums submitted offers for the construction of the stormwater drainage tunnel that will serve to protect the Mexico City airport site from flooding.
The projects will benefit some 35,000 households in the city and will raise sewerage collection rates to 93%.
Construction works on the long-awaited project were in limbo from mid-2015 until September of last year, with the announcement of the winner of a new tender that was launched for the project.
The country's prosecutor's office has launched an investigation following complaints by residents about foul-smelling water supplies, while the water utility alleges that that an unidentified party made an illegal discharge into an aqueduct.
The German agency for international cooperation (GIZ) will disburse 5mn euros (US$6.2mn) for the project.
Experts at the forum have called for more reuse of water.