The contractor in charge of the improvements on the road between Palermo and Guáimaro said that the country's highway authority made mistakes when designing the project.
The regulation would limit the consultation period to a maximum of nine months. It would also make it illegal to promote migration in order to manipulate population data.
The federal government ordered the issue of US$4.5bn for renewable energy initiatives and US$73mn to finance transport infrastructure projects.
In the wake of the sinkhole that formed on Mexico's Paso Exprés highway, transport ministry SCT promised to conduct a comprehensive review on the condition of all federal highways in the country.
The RIOGaleão consortium requested a shift in the payment schedule because of a slowdown in air travel during the recent economic troubles in Brazil.
The pension fund restricts its portfolio of investments in Brazil to the real state sector.
The Carlos Cisternas hospital was originally scheduled to open in July, but a series of construction flaws forced the date to be pushed back to November. The project requires nearly US$200mn in spending and is expected to benefit over 170,000 inhabitants of Calama.
The documents include 178 freedom of information requests, 14 review/appeal procedures, and four contracts.
During a senate hearing to address the sinkhole incident that occurred last month, transport minister Gerardo Ruiz Esparza said that he is focused on finding those responsible for the situation.
Dilma Rousseff's former transport minister, who now represents concessionaires, tells BNamericas the government's current concession model is slow, timid and unfocused, while calling out BNDES for being too conservative in approving loans.